Huggies Made A Pregnancy Belt For Dads [THE BRIEF]

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Huggies in Argentina made a pregnancy belt for dads. Every time the baby kicks the mother, the sensation is simulated for the father. Right in time for Father’s Day.

Now the Washington Post is going native with its ads, called “Sponsored Views.”

The NHL is all about emotions in its new ad.

Adweek thinks these companies are fueling an online ad crisis.

The car industry will be the second biggest online ad buyer by 2015, says eMarketer.

McGarryBowen lost Philadelphia Cream Cheese as a client.

WPP is being very secretive about its succession plan. But one does, apparently, exist.

Here’s the jury for the Art Director Club’s Young Guns competition.

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  • Fiat’s New Twitter Account — Which Blocks You From Following It — Is Genius
  • Cadillac’s Ad Director Explains Why He Needs Three Ad Agencies Instead Of One
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  • Facebook Used To Tell Marketers It Would Never Let Advertisers Target Users’ Emails
  • The Kid In The Mixed Race Cheerios Ad Has A Black Dad And A White mum In Real Life, Too
  • AppNexus CEO Says IPO Could Be Dependent On Timing Or Acquisition Prospects

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