Facebook is rebranding to FACEBOOK.
Vandals, or marketing pioneers? History will be the judge.
Playboy have deactivated their Facebook pages amidst revelations surrounding "Facebook's alleged mismanagement of users' data".
Gillette, Apple, Andrex, and Coca-Cola take up the other four spots in the top five.
Hospitality chain Marriott is very sorry for accidentally disagreeing with the Chinese government.
In German-speaking Switzerland, "Fuze Tea" does not mean what Coca-Cola wanted it to mean.
Is this how it ends for the paid-clicks bubble?
The Taiwanese tech giant sent out a tweet yesterday that was so bad on so many levels, it’s amazing it was ever sent in the first place.
Forgot the apostrophe in his bizarre brand message, though. That'd put him out of the top ten if we were judging things.
Which is quite appropriate, given England's about to get a good rogering off a selection of tanned, bearded Europeans.
Honestly, some of the products that brands advertise on April Fools’ Day sound pretty nice.
Andres Iniesta is a Spanish football star. A different Andres Iniesta is a regular guy from Madrid, and owner of the @ainiesta Instagram account. Or at least, he was.
The screens, they are a’ changing. Facebook has tweaked its logo for the first time since 2005, and if we hadn’t pointed it out you, you probably wouldn’t have even noticed. Read more >>
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Ennion made me. Those were the words that emerged as archaeologists brushed centuries of dust off glass vessels in digs all over the classical world, again and again. But who was Ennion?
In the latest example of VR advertising, Google and Target have teamed up to let shoppers explore a winter wonderland as they stride down the aisles.