We’re now entering the period each year when marketers with ads appearing in the Super Bowl use the opportunity to create publicity and social media buzz about their ads. Millions have been spent producing these marketing gems and millions more …
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Today’s the winter solstice. A check to see what companies are taking advantage of the shortest day of the year to create media buzz finds this confusing story that WFLA covered in Canton, Massachusetts. Dunkin Donuts has teamed up with …
According to Dictionary.com buzz is from Middle English dating back to 1350-1400. As expected, it likely came from the sound bees make. Then in the early 1600 it became a term for rumors and gossip and moved a step closer …