Monthly Archives: March 2010

What Type Of Cell Phone User Are You?

Cell phone users come in different flavors, like the phones they use, suggests market research firm Experian Simmons in its new Mobile Consumer Segmentation study. The study, which says 87% of Americans have mobile phones, delineates five different classes of mobile … Continue Reading

An Original Classic Gets A New Twist

Keds recently launched a new interactive website, to celebrate their 94-year history and get today’s consumer to engage with their brand. Not only does the site provide daily facts from previous decades marking iconic moments that happened on the … Continue Reading


Old Spice Offers the Internship of a Lifetime!

Ever dream of surfing the crystal blue waters of Fiji while simultaneously building your resume?! Old Spice has you covered! Old Sprice is searching for 2 adventure seeking guys for the ultimate internship experience, in which the chosen candidates will … Continue Reading


Earth Hour

On Saturday, March 27, 2010 at 8:30 p.m. local time, Earth Hour will once again cascade around the globe, from New Zealand to Hawaii. Hundreds of millions of people, organizations, corporations and governments around the world will come together to … Continue Reading


U.S. Man Sets Record For Fastest Text Message

A Seattle man has set a Guinness World Record for fastest text message using the finger-sliding Swype technology available on Samsung Mobile phones. Franklin Page, a recent employee of Swype, typed Guinness’s official phrase for text records — “The razor-toothed … Continue Reading

MoMa adds @ symbol to its collection

While it may be hard to believe, the origins of the “@” symbol go far beyond the use in online communication it’s become famous for in the past 10 years. And now, the Museum of Modern Art has declared it … Continue Reading


Lady Gaga Goes Commercial

Anyone else notice Lady Gaga’s most recent video, Telephone featuring Beyonce, was littered with product placements?  Debuting last Thursday, the video has already garnered millions of views among fans and is making waves around online communities not for the nudity … Continue Reading


How Clean Is Your Favorite Restaurant?

New York City’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has voted to require all of the city’s restaurants to post letter grades reflecting each establishment’s cleanliness. Letter grades have been used in Los Angeles County restaurants for the past 11 … Continue Reading

Source Marketing has HUMONGO news!

We’re proud to announce some exciting news so big that ginormous doesn’t even begin to describe it—so honkin’ large that it’s… well… HUMONGO!  Yesterday, we officially acquired the insanely talented (or talentedly insane?) digital creative agency formerly known as Plaid.  Powered by Source … Continue Reading

Sweet new app!

The app is called Everyday looper and not going to lie, it is pretty cool. The kid in the video is speaking/singing in French but you will get the overall idea of how to use it… Everyday Looper Source: