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The Creativity Report: The Series

The Creativity Report: The Series

A quarterly series of creative briefs that explores the most notable and break-through ideas and campaigns. Subscribe here to recieve all four in 2011.

October 2nd, 2011 |

4 issues


By the editors of Creativity

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Subscribe to this series of creative briefs that explores the most notable and break-through ideas and campaigns.Purchase of these trend reports includes access to Creativity-Online.com.
This first quarter Creativity Report examines how agencies are incorporating tech talent into the creative process and building tech expertise inside and outside client relationships in order to produce integrated campaigns that effectively use social media, apps, mobile and viral video.
The second of The Creativity Report series presents the eight habits of highly creative (and effective) marketers. Learn how to get great creative work from your agency, and how successful marketers developed their campaigns.
The third in the series is Creativity's 2011 Awards Report, which tallies up all the award shows and lets you track who won and why, as well as letting you view all the campaigns through links to Creativity-Online. Volume four examines what makes a successful Facebook campaign and features a round table discussion with the six most succesful creative directors behind Facebook campaigns that worked.
You can purchase this individual report, or subscribe to the quarterly series, both include a subscription to Creativity-Online.com. Individual reports are $199 for subscribers, $249 for non-subscribers; the Creativity Report series sells for $495 for subscribers, $595 for non-subscribers.


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