Chances are  you don’t know what murketing is. If that is the case, fear not because a)  that’s kind of the point and b) you have come to the right place.

You most likely have already been exposed to the vast world of murketing (no we didn’t spell it wrong), even if you haven’t realized it. It’s a term coined by author Rob Walker in his book, Buying In, to describe “the increasingly sophisticated tactics of marketers who blur the line between branding channels and everyday life.”

And that’s only half the story.

The other half is in the hands of us consumers who can recognize brand logos faster than we can name the 15th president (It’s James Buchanan, by the way).

We’re here to uncover those times when you didn’t even know you were being marketed to.

We’re here to discuss the ways in which our world has shaped us as ready consumers, not more immune to advertising, simply more attuned to hear its message.

Are you ready to listen?

1 Comment

  1. no fair. We ran out of time on countries of the world – and we were typing like mad!!!!!!

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