A beautiful Shetland pony moonwalks across a pretty rural landscape as Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Everywhere’ pumps out in the background. It is Three’s new clip
‘I’m not unemployable, so why won’t you employ me?’: Motivation levels can dwindle – and it’s not surprising
Hundreds of applications to various roles later, I’m yet to receive any feedback on any of my interview techniques, my CV’s strength or any of my abilities. I’m not unemployable and I doubt the millions of other unemployed people are.
Life as a woman is difficult. The diet of salad and Ryvita; the pressure at work to play with Maltesers in a coquettish manner; the endless hours spent worrying about being bloated, consuming endless tubs of yoghurt. If there’s one thing advertising tells us about women, it’s that we bloody love yoghurt.
Impulse online shopping really is taking hold – a recent study by Kantar Media Compete has shown that 65% of online shoppers regularly scour daily deals sites for inspiration and Alexa Chung has also admitted to buying some fashion items on impulse. But are we really acting on our own impulse or are we being manipulated by online marketers?
M&C Saatchi have pulled off quite a coup by persuading Star Wars creator George Lucas to hand over R2-D2 and C-P30 for use in an ad campaign this weekend to promote Currys, of all people.
One advert, one mesages – ‘15% of women who suffer from anorexia will die this year’. But it is the image, designed exclusively for an independent organisation in Israel to spread awareness of Eating Disorders, that have attracted (mostly negative) attention from critics all over the world.
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