#2 PolyBoggl. Everyday And Twice On Sunday

PolyBoggl is a combination of a the prefix “Poly” meaning “many” and “boggle” meaning “to overcome with amazement.”

Put together, the word PolyBoggl means there are many things in the world we may never figure out, so many it boggles the mind. This blog is about having fun trying to figure out the mayhem anyway. And while we’re at it, mash up some creative brand planning strategy concepts and analyze heartstopping branding along the way.

Here’s an image that came up when I Google’d Polyboggl.

A motley crue of mystery solvers. I see Sherlock Holmes, Charlie Chan, Agatha Christie. One looks like a heavy Mark Twain.Who are the rest?

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