How a good Jingle can influence your brand

A good brand is able to convey the values of the individual or company it represents.

A good jingle can convey this in a fun and punchy way. We look at how to develop a jingle that represents you in this post.

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Agents Don’t Run Sports

Agents Don’t Run Sports

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I have to give credit to the owner of the Minnesota Vikings, Mark Wilf. Have you seen the news about Adrian Peterson recently?

So, apparently, Adrian Peterson’s agent doesn’t think that it’s in Peterson’s best interest to play for the Vikings next season and beyond. He went on to say, “Why would it be?”

Why would it be? Oh I don’t know. Maybe it’s in his best interest because he’s an NFL running back and hasn’t played for almost a full year. Maybe it’s in his best interest to play because he’s under contract with the team for millions of dollars. Maybe it’s in his best interest to play because he needs some positive PR after the embarrassing pictures that emerged last year. Take your pick.

When asked about the comments Wilf said, “The bottom line is Adrian is an important part of the Minnesota Vikings. He’s represented us on…

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2015 NFL Compensatory Draft Picks

2015 NFL Compensatory Draft Picks

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The compensatory picks for the upcoming NFL Draft were announced yesterday, with a total of 32 picks being dished out to 14 different teams.

Of those 32 picks, only three went to teams with losing records from last season, with the Carolina Panthers receiving fifth- and sixth-round picks, and the St Louis Rams a sixth-round pick. This provides further evidence that seeking a quick fix via free agency rarely, if ever, works, as the most successful sides in the NFL clearly do not indulge heavily in shopping in March.

The exact formula for awarding compensatory draft picks is a closely guarded secret, but ultimately it rewards teams for losing players via free agency, and then weighs that up against the players that were brought in by the franchises via the same source. Signing players cut by the other franchises does not count against a team’s compensatory draft picks.

Though the…

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Albert Breer: ‘NFL May Nudge Raiders to St. Louis’

Albert Breer: ‘NFL May Nudge Raiders to St. Louis’

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There’s been a lot of chatter for quite some time now that the Rams, along with the Chargers, could be headed to Los Angeles. And they may very well be.

But the Raiders could be headed for St. Louis.

Yes, you read that correctly.

“Well, I think you got to look at the three teams, put them together and assess them in two groups,” NFL Network analyst Albert Breer said on CBS Sports Radio’s The DA Show. “To me, you’ve got the group that’s LA-only – and that’s the Chargers and the Rams. The Rams are either going to St Louis or Los Angeles. The Chargers are either going to be in San Diego or Los Angeles. So really, when you look at the three teams, there’s only one really flexible piece – and that’s Oakland.

“So the way the dominoes fall here, it’ll be interesting to see because if…

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Effective sound and music in advertisement

Effective sound and music in advertisement

The super bowl is the biggest example of successful commercials, and the soundtrack or music in these commercials are so crucial for their success. Never the less branding process is a long slow process which you penetrate a market in a way that makes you memorable. One effective tool to brand yourself is using Jingles in your commercials or branding process, memorable jingles such as AIG Coca Cola and others helped them achieve the desire effect over their audience.

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Seahawks-Patriots Quickly Turns To Pick ‘Em In Super Bowl XLIX Spread

Seahawks-Patriots Quickly Turns To Pick ‘Em In Super Bowl XLIX Spread

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Tom Brady and the New England Patriots opened as a two-point underdog on the odds to win Super Bowl XLIX against the Seattle Seahawks, but that line has since come down at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com.

That betting line now ranges between the Seahawks as one-point favorites and a pick ’em. The moneyline for the game, meanwhile, opened at Seahawks -143 and Patriots +129. That too has come down to Seahawks -115 and Patriots -105.

New England advanced to Super Bowl XLIX by easily covering in a 45-7 win over the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship Game. The Patriots improved to 14-4 against the spread on the season. If the current line holds up, it will mark the sixth time this season that the Patriots have been a betting underdog. New England is 4-1 straight up and ATS in such games.

Seattle advanced to the Super Bowl…

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