BlackBerry continues to push forward with new ways of advertising in the UK. BlackBerry has teamed up with Amscreen Europe’s largest digital media network to run a seven week advertising campaign in the UK. BlackBerry has enlisted Amscreen and their 1,900 screens set up nationwide to run time-specific ads. The 1,900 screens are located in [...]
BlackBerry has been taking their advertising to new levels for BlackBerry 10, from the Super Bowl commercial to printed ads. Well BlackBerry’s advertising campaign in the UK is just going full force. It is great to see them post advertising on billboards to floors, it appears BlackBerry does not plan on letting up anytime soon. [...]
Verizon Wireless has started opt-in free advertising. You will get sent an email or text and you can choose whether or not to receive the advertising. Beginning this week, Verizon Wireless plans to reach out to some of its consumer customers asking them to opt-in to participate in a new initiative called Verizon Selects, which [...]
In their new advertising campaign, RIM India is using the slogan “action starts here.” They are trying to get more Blackberry subscribers in India, starting with putting the ad in the Times of India newspaper.
YouTube Mobile Link We all know Blackberry is a fan favorite over in Thailand. Here’s the latest Blackberry commercial by RIM. It features Blackberry 7 but doesn’t have English subtitles.
A lot of things have changed with RIM as of late. The addition of a fresh CEO to a company tends to do that, but in this example I think it is going to be good for the company.
RIM has realized the error of their ways in the past with little to advertising. Lately they have kicked their advertising up quite a few notches. RIM is sponsoring “Be Bold” a Canadian cross-campus competition.
Paul over at the QNX blog has posted some very interesting QNX billboards photo’s of an ad campain in San Jose, CA. As Paul stated “You probably assume that the corporate culture at QNX is a bit geeky. And if so, I don’t blame you. We are an OS company, after all. But you know, [...]