Posts Tagged: Facebook

Publicis Kaplan Thaler Nabs 2 Mashies Awards for Citi Bike App

NEW YORK CITY, NY (October 11, 2013) – Advertising executives, brand marketers and press recently gathered at New York’s Altman building to celebrate the winners of Mashable’s inaugural Mashies awards, honoring the best and most creative work in digital marketing. Publicis Kaplan Thaler received two Mashies, Best Branded App and Best New Brand for their work with Citi Bike, New York City’s bike share program.

Mashies4Todd Wasserman, Mashable’s business editor noted in a recent post, “The rising prominence of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and others has led to a more complex array of media choices, but has also rebooted our traditional view of marketing. This is no longer a one-way conversation with consumers. Read More ››

Publicis Kaplan Thaler Wins 2 National Silver ADDYs

NEW YORK CITY, NY (June 8, 2013) – Publicis Kaplan Thaler received two Silver National ADDYs at the 2013 American Advertising Federation National ADDY Awards — For Street Soccer USA in the Public Service – Integrated Campaign category and for Bounty in the Television – Regional/National – Single Spot category. The ADDY Awards represent the true spirit of creative excellence by recognizing all forms of advertising from media of all types, creative by all sizes and entrants of all levels from anywhere in the world.

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Birds Campaign from Publicis Dallas Takes Flight to Battle Histoplasmosis

First-Ever Advertising Campaign to Increase Awareness of One of America’s Least Known and Most Misdiagnosed Diseases

DALLAS, TX (May 29, 2013) – Publicis Dallas today launches ‘Birds’ the first-ever advertising campaign to increase awareness of Histoplasmosis, a disease where bird droppings lead to a fungal infection that gets into the lungs, bloodstream and eyes. The obscure disease is one of America’s least known and most misdiagnosed. At the centerpiece of the awareness campaign is an arresting series of print ads, coupled with the first-ever website (www.histodisease.org), completely devoted to Histoplasmosis detection, treatment and support. Read More ››

Aflac Duck & Publicis Kaplan Thaler Honored for Work by Forbes Fortune 500 Social Media Stars

forbes logoCOLUMBUS, GA (May 13, 2013) –  Sometimes being the loudest voice in the room, means being the most memorable voice in the room. No, we are not referring to the “Aflaaaac!” shriek of the Aflac Duck. We are referring to the enormously successful use of social media, making Aflac one of the most recognizable names in insurance and landing it on Forbes’ FORTUNE 500 Social Media List ranking #118. As early adopters of the new technology, Aflac and their agency Publicis Kaplan Thaler began building a massive amount of content behind the flagship TV duck. Read More ››

Publicis Kaplan Thaler & Charmin’s Long-Time Relationship Honored

NEW YORK CITY, NY (April 29, 2013) – Publicis Kaplan Thaler and Procter & Gamble’s Charmin brand garner second place in Ad Age’s Best Agency-Client Marriage Contest, surpassed only by BBDO and Hormel’s relationship.

CharminPublicisThere is a lot to be said for an agency-client relationship that lasts much longer than 50% of the marriages in this country. In a tumultuous time when many agencies are dropped by companies in less than five years, this is quite an honor and achievement; especially in the ultra-competitive market of home goods. Read More ››

Publicis Kaplan Thaler Wins Big at New York/District 2 ADDYs

NEW YORK CITY, NY (April 12, 2013) – Publicis Kaplan Thaler garnered a total of eleven New York ADDYs and six District 2 ADDYs for their work for multiple clients at this year’s ADDY Awards Competition. With over 50,000 submissions per year and three separate shows on the local, regional and national levels, the ADDYs are one of the major award competitions in advertising. This year, PKT’s submissions of their major work over this past year were met with great results. Read More ››

Scope Bacon Fools America — Captures Attention of One Show

Bacon Flavored Mouthwash A Delicious & Highly Successful Hoax

NEW YORK CITY, NY (April 2, 2013) – Publicis Kaplan Thaler and Scope mouthwash teamed up to pull off the best April’s fools prank in recent memory. The hoax was so successful, it landed on The One Club’s Newsfeeder.com, a website that showcases the most creative Facebook page posts made by brands. Newsfeeder enables creatives to search through a repository of curated Facebook page posts by a number of categories, including agency, brand, most recent, most comments, most likes and most shares. Read More ››

SXSW — A Look Back

Screen-Shot-2013-03-10-at-2.37.31-PMPublicis Kaplan Thaler attended SXSW Interactive for 5 days of immersion into the latest thinking and technology across the digital and interactive space, with impressive keynote speakers such as Nate Silver, Rachel Maddow, Al Gore and Elon Musk. The conference left us inspired – although the work we’re doing today is smart and innovative, the landscape is changing rapidly and it’s an exciting challenge to stay ahead of the curve. Although we could talk ad nauseam about the thought-provoking sessions, at the end of the day, we came home with 6 noteworthy themes. Read More ››

Rob Feakins Named to Facebook Creative Council

NEW YORK, NY (September 28, 2012) – Facebook has announced the creation of the Creative Council — 14 agency executives enlisted to provide advice as a “sounding board for identifying top priorities for agency creatives in areas like product, measurement and programs.” The announcement from Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity underscored how vital the agency community is to the possibilities on Facebook. This new council will compliment the existing Client Council of execs from top advertisers. Among the 14 agency elite is Publicis Kaplan Thaler’s Chief Creative Officer and President, Rob Feakins.

“Every day social media becomes a more creative medium. This is a real chance for Facebook to partner with creative leaders with the objective of liberating creativity on Facebook,” Feakins added. Read More ››