It’s been another busy month in Libertyland. Here’s what we’ve been up to, and what made us happy this autumn.
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If you work in PPC, the chances are you are slightly different to other humans. Some of these differences are likely down to nature, but others can be attributed to being nurtured in the world of PPC.
On November 9th, the world woke up to the news that Donald J Trump will be the next President of the United States of America.
We think it’s fair to say that life is a whole lot easier now that Google Maps has entered the world. But for some reason that’s not the case in Hollywood.
Visual content has grown to become the easiest and most desirable to consume. Just about every dominant social networking platform allows marketers to showcase visual content to some capacity, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that they all represent the best medium for visual promotion.
And the Collin’s Dictionary Word of the Year is… (drum roll please) BREXIT. Yep, the word that was on everyone’s lips this summer has officially made it into the English dictionary.
So it’s the run up to Christmas and we’re as busy as ever. Between speaking at events, getting award nominations and escaping from tombs, it’s all pretty exhausting stuff. Thankfully, we’ve super-human stamina.
Something has happened to the men of Liberty. They walked in this morning with a stronger gait, their chests puffed out more than usual and the same look of striking determination written across their faces. It is, of course, because they’ve braved the shave and are growing their ‘mo’ for Movember.
Writer’s block – it happens to the best of us. That dreaded moment where you have to put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard in most cases) and your mind goes completely blank.
With Halloween just around the corner, creepy clowns are rampaging around the UK. It’s pretty scary. But it’s not creepy circus characters keeping us up at night, these haunting marketing hiccups are: