It must be tough for Facebook, a social network built around the "liking" of things, to sum up a year like 2015, when there was so much in the world to dislike. But it gives it a shot in the video below, from agency/production company Whirled, which rolled out Wednesday morning.
Lots of marketers are surely hard at work on celebratory responses to today's Supreme Court decision guaranteeing a nationwide right to same-sex marriage. But YouTube, long a supporter of gay rights, moved the quickest this morning with a new #ProudToLove spot that's perfect for this historic day.
Google traditionally does a special Google Doodle for Mother's Day. This year, it's adding another gift—the commercial below from creative agency Whirled, saluting moms for everything they do. As Procter & Gamble has learned in recent years, you really can't go wrong in giving mothers some love. And in fact, it's becoming a specialty for Whirled, too. After the jump, check out a second Mother's Day spot the agency did this year—for the ASUS VivoBook touchscreen notebooks.
This week, Lacoste unveiled the swipe-able polo shirt of the future, kids bemoaned Hurricane Sandy's effects on seaside amusement parks, and ESPN celebrated one of the world's great sports rivalries—in supremely colorful language.