Are women more likely to act on their environmental inclinations than men? Last week, OgilvyEarth issued a report titled Mainstream Green: Moving sustainability from niche to normal in which the authors explore some of the reasons why the so-called “green gap” persists between what consumers say and what they actually do around sustainable living. [...]
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Recently, Ogilvy PR launched a national campaign called Girlfriends for Folate (GFF), which is designed to educate women of reproductive age about the importance of folate and folic acid (synthetic folate). Folate helps regenerate cells, and importantly, it also helps reduce the risk of neural tube defects (birth defects of the brain or spine).
While the [...]
I can still remember my first book club experience like it was yesterday. The anticipation. The careful notes I took on character development, plot, and style. The fear I had that I might have missed some significant symbolism and would be ostracized by this serious group of readers.
So, you can imagine my surprise—and dare I [...]
We’ve all heard that ‘sex sells,’ but we rarely think twice about it. In fact, it’s one tired cliché we’ve actually grown up believing. Unfortunately, for marketers and consumers worldwide…
We’ve been lied to.
And while there’s no denying that Britney Spears sold records in great part due to eroticized expressions of virginity, research has [...]