You made it to hump day! Congratulations! As a reward (I know you probably already know this, but I figured I had some time on my hands) I wrote a little educational piece on crowdsourcing, our business model, that you are a HUGE part of!
Our innovative business model breaks the barrier between business and consumer, through the creation of a community for all artists to join, inspire, and enhance. We work to deliver a democratised product choice Read more [...]
We’ve been yelling “Hut!” all over the office this week, getting pumped up for our PIZZA HUT® – “HUT. HUT. HUT.” contest, and someone finally asked: why do football players yell “HUT,” anyway?
Well, obviously, we know the answer is because they’re craving a hot pizza from Pizza Hut, but we thought we’d go looking for some alternative answers. And boy, did we find some: scientific answers about the low frequency of the noise and historic answers Read more [...]
Hi there Zooppers! Today there was a Q&A with representatives from Mrs. Dash. Below you can find both the questions from the community members who attended and the answers from Mrs Dash. We hope this gives you some extra insight when you start to make your submissions. Happy Zoopping!
jacquefromage: What resolution do you prefer for the print ads?
Mrs Dash: 300dpi
Q: If you have two great prints, and one not so great print, would that be worse or better than Read more [...]
In order to truly prepare yourself to create the ads that will be the future of Mrs. Dash, you must first learn where Mrs Dash came from. And for that, we go directly to the source, the "About Us" section of the Mrs. Dash webpage.
For Carol Bernick, Executive Chairman of the Alberto-Culver Company, necessity really was the mother of invention. In the 1980's, when Carol was a marketing exec at the Alberto Culver Co., she was frustrated with the products available Read more [...]
In honor of our Detroit Lions "The Season of Your Life" competition, I thought it might be fun to take a look at some famous lions who have entertained and thrilled us through the years.
1: The MGM lion
The MGM Lion, also known in his fifth incarnation as Leo the Lion, has been the mascot for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer since around 1924. I would venture to say that no lion has been featured in the cinema more than the MGM lion, and that fact alone earns him the top Read more [...]
I was more than a little shocked this week when I heard that the New York Film Festival was offering a special screening to commemorate the 25th anniversary of The Princess Bride. Not to say that the film doesn’t deserve it, but has it really been 25 years? Granted I was the ripe old age of 1 when the movie came out, but in the years that followed, The Princess Bride became one of those treasured classics I grew up with and still turn to even now when I need a Read more [...]
As we near the end of September, we move into my favorite time of year. I love autumn, and not just for the fall foliage I get here in my beloved New England. October ushers in horror movie season, with just about every week offering up a new scare to the masses. It would be easy to brush off horror movies as being cheesy and undeserving of praise. And frankly, some are cheesy and undeserving of praise. But there are many hidden gems out there that embrace the fun Read more [...]
With the release this past week of Steven Spielberg’s much anticipated trailer for his upcoming film Lincoln, I thought it only prudent to dive into the ever-popular franchise of biopics. Accurately trying to depict a historical figure can be difficult for many reasons (see Clint Eastwood’s recent bore of an endeavor J. Edgar and you’ll understand. For one, if the person isn’t alive anymore, a filmmaker is tasked with creating their own interpretation of Read more [...]
Too early to be thinking about awards season? Never! In fact, the incessant Oscar buzz that usually hits its stride come the December releases has already started to make its mark at the Toronto International Film Festival, affectionately known as TIFF. The stars are flocking and the critics are talking. With many hyped flicks having their official premieres at TIFF, here’s a quick rundown of the supposedly good, bad, and divided:
Argo – Directed by Ben Affleck. Read more [...]
Browse through the Matching Donors Website, and you'll find a nice array of videos about the good cause. A news story, a trailer, and more, and all of them supporting the noble cause of being a living organ donor. All of them could be a great inspiration to you to make a PSA of your own and submit it to the Matching Donors video contest here on Zooppa. Watch a few of the videos below and then go out there and make your contest entry! The deadline is September 25 at Read more [...]