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Coca-Cola 12 Days of GIFs

Coca-Cola Celebrates the Holiday Season with GIFs

To celebrate the holiday season, 360i client Coca-Cola is launching a festive content series — called “The 12 Days of GIFs” — for its popular Happiness Is Tumblr community, which highlights simple, fun instances of everyday happiness. Digiday recently named Coca-Cola one of the Top 5 Brands on Tumblr. In vein with the popular “12 Days […]


Nielsen Twitter TV Rating: Making Sense of the Noise

Nielsen has revealed a new television rating metric in line with shifting consumer behavior when it comes to TV viewership. The update takes into account real-time conversation and the growing impact of social buzz, specifically within the Twitter platform. When Nielsen and NM Incite acquired SocialGuide last month, marketers wondered how the real-time measurement and […]


Twitter Bolsters Ad Product with a Nod to SEM

Last week, Twitter announced expanded search options for advertisers – and for marketers who are well-versed in standard search engine marketing practices, they will seem quite familiar. When utilizing Promoted Tweets in search, brands can now select from three different match type options: broad match, phrase match and basic keyword match. There’s also a new […]


#TwinterWonderland: One Tweet = $5 to Sandy Relief

To celebrate the arrival of the holiday season and provide assistance to those affected by Hurricane Sandy, we wanted to do something big. The holidays are known for spreading joy and magic to even in the most unlikely of places. So, we thought, what if we could use digital to bring some magic to one […]


360i Creates “The Longest Dance Move”

At our annual holiday event this year, we wanted to put a new spin on standard party photography – and so, “The Longest Dance Move” was born. We invited everyone at the party to bust a move on a small photography set in the venue space. We spent the first hour of the party rapidly […]