Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org in CONTENT on March 18, 2015
There can be nothing more distracting than complete and utter silence, you know the kind broken only by gurgling pipes and falling pencils. Most will probably turn on some music or get some sort of background noise going. But at what level does ambient noise become no longer ambient? Well according to a study published in the […]
Posted by email@example.com in Other on March 16, 2015
Finding the time to flex those creative muscles can be a challenge. You’re so busy you barely have time to make a coffee and respond to that steadily growing stack of unopened emails in your inbox, let alone find the time to do that 3 month night course or to go to that weekly networking […]
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org in Other on March 12, 2015
So it was 5pm, on a rainy Wednesday evening, just finishing up in the Rogue office and my inbox EXPLODES with *spam* notifications. Christ, I’ve been added to a database and some gobshite has made the mistake of clicking CC instead of BCC on an email to over 400 people and this is what […]
Posted by email@example.com in Other on March 10, 2015
Newsjacking is excellent for creating killer content. It can give brands that much needed boost in traffic and engagement, however it can also be a dangerous game.
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org in Other on March 6, 2015
Lidl UK have launched their new Easter TV campaign created by TBWALondon, titled “The Little Pub.”
Posted by email@example.com in Other on March 5, 2015
Love this campaign for the 2015 Cricket World Cup! Hosted by Australia and New Zealand, Sportsbet, Melbourne decided to ruffle English feathers in the build-up, using a cheeky outdoor campaign that rips the piss out of an already vulnerable and out of form English side! With a track record for creating mischief, similar to that of Paddy Power […]
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org in Other on March 2, 2015
We’ve all heard the jokes; How do you double the price of a Skoda? Fill up the tank and, Why do Skoda’s have heated rear windscreens? To keep your hands warm while your pushing it. Or my personal favourite: What do you call a Skoda at the the top of a hill ? A miracle.