Burger King wins the day with this new ad guaranteeing social distancing with extra onions.
Land O’Lakes removed the Native American from their logo and kept the land. About right.
A Baskin-Robbins ice cream shop in Kansas has seen sales double since adding this to their outdoor sign. The runway for references to “Tiger King” is starting to run out, but good to see them get some marketing mileage from it.
Other Tiger King posts
What I’m making tonight… DIY Burger King dinner prep.
Although I have not been to Vietnam to try their puppy bacon.
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South Dakota’s new anti-drug campaign has the internet losing their collective minds. The ads feature the slogan “Meth. We’re On It!” It has been reported that the project ran about $449,000 to create. The double meaning has people arguing if it is horrible or brilliant. Whatever your opinion, it has people talking. The PR value of that alone has easily paid for the project. And who knows, maybe your family will meet Tuco Salamanca at Mount Rushmore when you visit next summer. #BreakingBadlands
Don’t worry, it’s probably legit.
For Cyber Monday, Target.com offered 15%t off of any items online to all shoppers. Too bad Target’s site couldn’t quite handle the traffic.
Bottom line is that Target wasn’t prepared and hasn’t done a good job of creating a good online shopping experience. Here are 3 ways they failed.
Fail #1 – Many had to wait all day just to add items to their online shopping cart. Instead they got a message like the one pictured above. This drove countless people to Amazon.com (including myself).
Fail #2 – Additionally, some users found that items they wanted on the site were not eligible for shipping! Umm, why show items for sale on an e-commerce site if you don’t ship those items?
Fail #3 – 15% may not have been a deal anyway.
The first picture is a screen capture of Target’s Web site yesterday during their 15% off store-wide special for Cyber Monday. (Price of the item I was looking at is $439.99)
The second one is a screen capture from their Web site today (AFTER, the day after their store-wide “special”. (Price of the item I was looking at is back to the normal price of $399.99). SCAM!
Yes, I know that the 15% off would have resulted in price slightly lower than the standard price anyway, but it’s misleading to arbitrarily raise the price on specific items during the sale day.