Posts Tagged ‘twitter’

Game Face

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014

The Winter Olympics are finally here and what better way to celebrate than with baby Game Faces?

Pampers is putting a baby-centric spin on the Games with the Pampers Game Face Maker on Facebook where parents can create their own Olympics-themed meme, and share their keepsake with friends.  After, fans can also enter the sweepstakes for a chance to win a photo shoot with Team USA Freeskier David Wise or a year supply of diapers.

Follow on Twitter (@Pampers) for real time commentary by babies and “Like” Pampers on Facebook to see Game Faces created by fans through the Olympics.

Category: Clients, Creative


Tuesday, January 7th, 2014


For those of you who aren’t in the know, you can find SaatchiNY at @hudsonhouston. As we mentioned yesterday, we’ll be doing some live-tweeting from CES this week, which means if you’re new to the feed you’re guaranteed to get some solid content right of the bat. If you haven’t followed us yet, do it! If you’re already following . . . tell your friends, followers and family. We’re closing in on 5K followers and would love your help in getting there. As thank you we promise to do our best to keep you entertained in 140 characters or less.

The Value of a Retweet

Friday, November 8th, 2013

Claudine Cheever, our CSO, went on Bloomberg TV last night to talk Twitter. More specifically, the impact of the IPO, as well as how advertising fits into their big picture. Our favorite line of the interview hit on the value of the retweet for a brand, because it shows such emotional connection from the aforementioned Retweeter. You can watch the entire interview above. Enjoy!

Intimate Insta Ads

Monday, October 7th, 2013

The one and only Claudine Cheever stopped by Bloomberg TV last Thursday to talk Instagram’s upcoming advertising program as well as Twitter’s IPO. As always, she had many insightful things to say. We’ve included the entire thing above for your Monday morning viewing pleasure.

Following Us/Following You

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

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Are you on Twitter? Do you ALSO work at SaatchiNY? We want YOU to tell us about it.

The H/H team realized recently that there are a lot of new faces around the office, and want to get to know them all a little better. S this is our modest effort to ensure we’re following you (and vice versa) on the interwebs.

We’re at @hudsonhouston. Hit us up.

Also – please give us a shout here with your handle so we can add you to the appropriate SaatchiNY  list.

Category: Our People

Links You Should Give a S#*t About

Friday, March 22nd, 2013

Websites as people! Shiny new kindle buttons! Gorgeous visualizations of what the internet looks like on a global scale! We’ve got something for everyone in this week’s Links You Should Give a S#*t About.


If Famous Websites Were People — powered by

All of the webs favorite social sites have a personality. This is what happens when you personify those sites and put them in a big party together. #Like.



This week Amazon is rolling out a “Send to Kindle” button. Three guesses what function it serves.


mad men

In order to get an authentic feel for the upcoming season’s advertising; Mad Men enlisted the help of a genuine industry legend. The NY Times has the story of Brian Sanders new poster campaign for AMC’s biggest darling.



If there was still any doubt out there, a new study from Nielsen shows an extremely strong correlation between twitter and successful TV shows.



This gif is the most beautiful capturing of what the internet looks like in real-time, on a global scale.

Category: Links

Links You Should Give a S#*t About

Friday, March 8th, 2013

This week was brought to you by the letter F. The internet was ablaze with f-word topics like Freelancing and Facebook and Filibustering. We’ve got all three covered in this week’s Links You Should Give a S#*t About, plus a cool new project from Google and the saddest/best fun fact we’ve read in a long time. Happy browsing!



Nate Thayer is a freelance journalist who’s traveled the world and amassed 20+ years of experience. So when The Atlantic asked if they could use his story without paying for it, he was obviously a little insulted. The social media force of freelance journalists have since taken up the cause and it’s raising lots of interesting questions about what good writing on the internet is worth these days. We particularly like this gigantic discussion from The Awl.


new FB

Yesterday Facebook unveiled their biggest update in 2 years. The new-new News-feed incorporates larger photos and videos, looks like a mash-up of Instagram and Twitter’s best qualities and will be rejoiced by brands that use the platform. You can add your name to the early-adopter wait-list here.


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Not to be outdone, Google also introduced a fun new product this week. Meet Art, Copy & Code. A still-sort-of-hazily defined re-imagining of advertising. It looks cool enough we’re interested in learning more, anyway.


Kentucky Senator Rand Paul proved that he could stand-up and talk for a long time, unleashing a 13 hour old-school filibuster in response to President Obama’s nomination for Head of the CIA. In a modern twist, Twitter fueled excitement over the whole thing so much that fellow republicans started showing up later in the day to bask in some of Paul’s limelight.


Perhaps the most mind-altering facts from the internet comes from Yahoo Movie News, which informed the world this week that Ralph Macchio (better known as Daniel-san from the original Karate Kid films) is currently the same age that Pat Morita (aka Mr. Miyagi) was when the first film was shot in 1984. I feel old, you feel old . . . we all feel old! Hooray for Friday.

Category: Links


Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

As part of our ongoing Simple Power campaign, we recently put together a 15 second spot a little different from the brand norm. The above video came from our crew catching some unscripted moments on a shoot. Between takes they managed to catch the star going to town on the Cheerios on his high chair – the results of which are adorable. To push the conversation into social media, we ran the #nomnom hash tag during the middle of the spot.

Since it launched, we’ve received some great feedback on Twitter, ranging from comments about the baby to props for Cheerios’s use of the hash tag. It was a fun experiment and great to see how a small addition to our spot could really spark conversation in a channel we don’t play in too much.