American Apparel

American Apparel is a Los Angeles, California based clothing manufacturer, distributor, and retailer in the United States. It is a vertically integrated clothing manufacturer, wholesaler, and retailer that also performs its own design, advertising, and marketing. It is best known for making basic, solid-color cotton knitwear such as T-shirts and underwear, but in recent years it has expanded—to include leggings, leotards, tank tops, vintage clothing, dresses, pants, denim, nail polish, bedding and accessories for men, women, children, babies, and dogs in various prints and colors.
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  • Headphones maker JBL wins with user-generated #cordfail Vines

    … good, with Paul’s first Vine getting nearly 5 million loops, 79,000 likes, 32,000 re-vines and 1,203 comments in only a day. According to Topsy, the hashtag #cordfail is also gathering steam on Twitter, having been mentioned 508 times since Wednesday. Brands have been tapping Vine influencers for just as long as Vine has had influencers. American…

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  • Did You Get This Cool, Free Affiliate Summit Shirt, Yet?

    … inspiration was the Ramones logo, which was inspired by the Presidential seal. The original has an American eagle holding an olive branch and thirteen arrows in his talons. The Ramones replaced the arrows with a baseball bat (and a bunch of other modifications), and we replaced the baseball bat with an iPhone. Get your cool Affiliate Summit eagle iPhone t-shirt. The post, Did You Get This Cool, Free Affiliate Summit Shirt, Yet? by Shawn Collins, was originally published on the Affiliate Marketing Blog. …

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  • 5 Ways Social Media Could Hurt Your Business

    …, you don’t want to lose your integrity and customers down the road. Both American Apparel and VietJet have recently dealt with the repercussions of sharing lewd photos on their social media accounts. Hash Tag Hijack Who doesn’t love a good hashtag hijack gone awry? If you’re unfamiliar with the practice, it is when companies latch onto trending…

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  • NYFW: 5 charts on how fashion brands stack up in digital and mobile

    … seeming like a natural canvas for bigger images and clearer graphics. Three brands — Vera Bradley, Wrangler and Rolex — have iPad apps but no iPhone apps. These were launched for specific campaigns, as opposed to general commerce offering, said Lazlo. The IAB designed its research with the thinking that the mobile Web, not apps, are the real…

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