Walmart home delivery goes next day. Amazon’s response?

Walmart home delivery goes next day. Amazon’s response?

Walmart home delivery Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 22 May 2019 Walmart home delivery goes next day. Amazon’s response? Walmart home delivery once again responds to Amazon, and so the delivery version of the Battle of Winterfell is on. As I wrote before,...
The Ember mug makes you smarter

The Ember mug makes you smarter

The Ember mug Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 21 May 2019 The Ember mug makes you smarter My youngest son and his wife are notorious for giving some of the coolest gifts known to man. They are a thoughtful (and creative) couple. So whatever they’re wrapping...
Clif Bar logo comes alive, mystery dies

Clif Bar logo comes alive, mystery dies

Clif Bar Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 20 May 2019 Clif Bar logo comes alive, mystery dies When it comes to branding, there’s always a fine line between keeping the mystery alive and blowing it open for all to see. Take Clif Bar, which is unveiling a new...
Social media study shows struggle with importance

Social media study shows struggle with importance

Social media study Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 13 May 2019 Social media study shows struggle with importance Many marketers love social media because it’s cheap. And you can measure it in terms of likes, shares, retweets and comments. But, as a recent...
Wake up, medical device marketers

Wake up, medical device marketers

Medical device marketers Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 9 May 2019 Wake up, medical device marketers A few weeks back I wrote a post on pharmaceutical advertising, remember? That there’s so much of it? Traditionally, medical devices have not followed...
A Styrofoam ban is a no brainer

A Styrofoam ban is a no brainer

Styrofoam ban Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 8 May 2019 A Styrofoam ban is a no brainer Maine is banning Polystyrene, commonly known as Styrofoam. Good riddance. It can’t be reused, it’s difficult to recycle, it’s not biodegradable and manufacturing...
Please leave Woodstock alone

Please leave Woodstock alone

Woodstock Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 7 May 2019 Please leave Woodstock alone I was a hippie in my youth. Me, with my puffed coiffure accompanied by bell bottoms and a leather vest. Saddled with a tattered copy of Carlos Castaneda’s The Teachings of Don...
Kentucky Derby controversy – a good thing for the sport?

Kentucky Derby controversy – a good thing for the sport?

Kentucky Derby controversy Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 6 May 2019 Kentucky Derby controversy – a good thing for the sport? In boxing, controversy just primes the mob to yell, “We wanna a rematch!” In horse racing, with the Kentucky Derby controversy...
Walmart online grocery seriously stalking Amazon’s leadership

Walmart online grocery seriously stalking Amazon’s leadership

Walmart online grocery Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 1 May 2019 Walmart online grocery seriously stalking Amazon’s leadership Thank you, Walmart online grocery. Thank you for giving me one-day shipping from Amazon Prime.I generally hate Walmart. I don’t...
Teenage Engineering, a brand of sound with nuance

Teenage Engineering, a brand of sound with nuance

Teenage Engineering Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 30 April 2019 Teenage Engineering, a brand of sound with nuance Recently, the crew at Stealing Share dove into rebranding the cymbal giant, Sabian. This brought us to Sabian’s Canadian headquarters where...
Why Amazon stores are struggling

Why Amazon stores are struggling

Amazon stores Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 29 April 2019 Why Amazon stores are struggling More than a year ago, I wrote that the success of Amazon Go and other various Amazon stores would depend on brand. That is, how those stores defined their customers,...
Why we love subscription boxes

Why we love subscription boxes

Subscription boxes Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 26 April 2019 Why we love subscription boxes I am a slow learner. Subscription boxes are not in my experience. Yesterday on the way in to the office, I heard a radio commercial I have heard many times...