Posts tagged with Subway

Five things brands can learn from Subway and Jared Fogle's downfall

The man who had been the face of global food franchise Subway for more than a decade is reportedly planning to plead guilty to charges that he was in possession of child pornography. 

In response to the news, Subway announced that it is terminating its relationship with Jared Fogle, or Jared as many Subway customers came to know him as.

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16 brilliant new branded Vines: Thanksgiving bonus edition

Happy Thanksgiving! Happy Hanukkah! Happy Thanksgivukkah! Uh... Happy Black Friday!?

Even with that opening salvo of well-wishing I feel like I'm still missing people. Hey, Happy ruddy Friday everyone!

Sit back, relax, pop on your work headphones (you're not sat on the back of a bus after all), and take a look at these 16 brilliant new Vines from brands, all collected during November 2013. Plus there's a Thanksgiving bonus at the end.

Then if that's not enough, check out October's 10 best new examples of branded Vines when you're done.

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Sandwiches, soda, and sports climb the Social Business Index

As if anticipating items we'll find on coffee tables in living rooms across the country this Super Bowl Sunday, last week's Social Business Index featured climbs from sandwich, soda, and sports brands: Subway, Dr. Pepper, and the NHL.

The index, produced by The Dachis Group, offers a real-time performance ranking of 30,000+ multinationals in social. Each week we take a look at the top twenty listings and call out those that made moves worth noting. 

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SBI: Subway proves food porn is a winner

This week it's all about food and games on our weekly showcase of The Dachis Group's Social Business Index.

Our focus is on three well-known brands - the world's largest sandwich chain, a specialty grocery store, and the people behind Monopoly – as analyzed by Lauren Picarello of the Dachis Group team. 

We'll also take a glimpse at the top twenty brands on the Social Business Index, a real-time ranking of more than 30,000 global brands based on their performance in the social space, to see how the biggest brands in social are faring.

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