Some of Lesson Why You Fall in Love for Content Marketers

Content marketing can be simply put as a promotion technique. Marketers will create and distribute valuable, relevant content to attract and engage a defined and outlined target audience. The primary objective of this technique is to drive profitable client action. How important is content marketing to businesses? Content marketing uses social media, blogs, videos and podcast ...Read the full article

Dove Real Beauty Sketches

Join the conversation at: #WeAreBeautiful Watch the whole experience at: Women are their own worst beauty critics. Only 4% of women around the world consider themselves beautiful. At Dove, we are committed to creating a world where beauty is a source of confidence, not anxiety. So, we decided to conduct a compelling social experiment that explores how women view their own beauty in contrast to what others see. And don't forget: YOU are more beautiful than you think!

Extra - Origami

Sometimes the little things last the longest. Give Extra, get extra.

P&G Thank You, Mom - Strong | Rio 2016 Olympic Games

It takes someone strong to make someone strong. This summer, as we celebrate the world’s athletes at the 2016 Olympic Games, let’s not forget the person whose strength inspired them along the way: Mom. Thank you, Mom.

Someone Waits For You At Home, DON'T DRINK & DRIVE | Budweiser Ads

60-second Budweiser's latest ad which promotes responsible drinking, but the message remains simple and strong: Don't drink and drive and also never leave your pet's side again. This video ad will not only convince you to never drink and drive, but will also leave you clutching your pet as you weep. Titled "Friends are Waiting," the ad stars a man, Luke, and his adorable yellow labra. We see their strong bonds of friendship over the years, and then watch as labra dog is left home alone while Luke heads out with his friends. Watch the Budweiser ad, it's lot more than words. More on

Toys"R"Us Commercial | Christmas Tree | Holiday 2015

A little girl gives her neighbor a simple gift. MUSIC: "Making All Things New" by Aaron Espe (