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Taylor Swift is the new face of Keds shoes. The campaign is targeted to "brave" girls between the ages of 13 and 24. The campaign, which is budgeted at about $20 million, uses phrases like, "Try things. Say hi already. Laugh a lot. Mess up. Apologize. Mess up again. Hug people. Take chances. Trust yourself."
According to Google's Q4, ad revenue rose 19 percent and ad prices dropped six percent.
Chanel is doing an agency review of its $100 million-plus media account. MEC worked with Chanel for more than a decade. Could it have been the Brad Pitt ad?
A study by Aggregated Knowledge of 25 different campaigns found that Facebook leads to a 24 percent sales boost.
Yodle is the top Google AdWords premier SMB partner in North America for mobile online advertising.
David Fisher joined Arnold WW as director of integrated production from TBWA/Chiat/Day.
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