Tuesday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 

-Cheil Worldwide Hong Kong launched “Nappy Notes” for Hello Angel, a campaign aimed at combating “the baby blues.”

-Why aren’t we making more “likable” ads? Ask a creative!

Mad Men is selling its props. Sadly, the liquor wasn’t real.

-The Hong Kong Tourism Board appointed M&C Saatchi SHARE, part of M&C Saatchi LA, as its U.S. social agency of record

-Adweek talks with Los Angeles-based branding agency Blend, who aren’t afraid of a little “hard-core engineering.”

-Snickers, 7/11 teamed and the Melbourne Institute of Technology to launch an interactive Twitter campaign entitled “Hungerithm” which tracks the mood of Twitter commentators

-Adweek examines “How Elon Musk’s Tesla Brand Has Super Charged Automotive Marketing.”

Get ready to get pissed: Dollar Shave Club is apparently one of the few brands doing Instagram video ads “right.”