Love this video from Blue Flame, a Bad Boy’s marketing division, when they created the “Ciroc Smooth Talk with Harlem man Diddy” videos, titled “Celebrate Responsibly,” “Not Smooth” and “Smile/Toes.” Continue reading
It is the Madison Avenue Project’s explicit goal to support and promote the value proposition of business and employment growth in advertising, marketing and media companies for people of color. Inclusionary efforts of corporations and government divisions are being aggressively encouraged to create more opportunities for sustainable strategic partnerships.
Sales Position – Opportunity to make money – Uncapped commissions to start, Harlem, NY
Harlem World (HW) is a Harlem-based leading media company dedicated to marketing and distributing Harlem content providing businesses with a simple and affordable way to grow their business. Continue reading
Nike is getting edgy with their new ad for nikewomen.com. What do you think of the ad? How’s your butt feeling?
July 2010 Marketing Specials
Starts from July 5th to July 31st, 5 pm 2010
These special offers are designed to assist those with online marketing efforts that value the electronic media and social networks and currently use them and desire additional eyes and exposure for products, goods and services, and for others who know online is a great space to market and promote, but are not quite set up to use the tools effectively or have not yet built an online following. Continue reading
As Interns of Harlem World, we are given an opportunity to meet with some fabulous people and organizations, who are helping to bring positive change and hope to many people who live in our Harlem Community with HIV/AIDS. Today, we met John A. Nelson, CPNP, PhD, Project STAY Nurse Practitioner, who is responsible for providing clinical care to HIV+ and HIV at-risk adolescents and young adults, community-based outreach, research, and program growth and development. For those who may not know about S.T.A.Y, it stands for Services To Assist Youth and they have two locations, Continue reading
We’re back! Yes, we made a similar offer in 2009, and now we’re making an offer in 2010!
Let’s keep this simple…starting now.
Make HW a marketing deal in 2010 that you can afford, and we can’t pass up – as it pertains to your marketing and promotional needs. We call it the HW marketing stimulus package for 2010.
Simply email us your package offer (email blasts, banner ads, advertorials, sponsorships) and we shall respond. All reasonable offers will be considered and granted with a reply. We reserve the right to be selective with what we promote and accept during this offer.
We’re doing what we can to help folks within reason!
Offer starts now and can be used starting now. Ends when we say so. Cheers!
We are the Harlem virtual vibe connecting the affluent diversity demographic with individuals and companies who provide the products and services that meet their exacting standards of quality.
Here’s a sample offer:
3 E-Mail Blasts ($299 value)
Get one free ($99 value)
The HW Total Package: $299
Added value: viral links and design
Blame it on HW’s commitment to community!
We recieved this e-mail from a Giselle and thought you might be interested in some tactics of coal “cool” media:
The coal industry just launched a new campaign to make coal “cool.” And it looks remarkably like a spin tactic used by the tobacco industry years ago. Check out our new feature that highlights their new approach — and learn the reality behind their spin right here: This is reality!
What do you think?
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We use Outdoor to help every client have success in penetrating specific markets, particular neighborhoods or across broad sweeps of population. Outdoor ads are an exceptional way to target Audiences of mobile and active people, and the areas where a high demographic concentration may be found.
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Ask Sean John. Early last year, marketing executives at Totes Isotoner, a Cincinnati company that had spent the previous 30 years churning out a reliable lineup of humble umbrellas, crowded around a computer and listened to a teenage singer from Barbados named Rihanna breeze through a tune titled, appropriately, “Umbrella.”