Bravo to the agency who came up with this Amazon ad. With all the hatred going on in the world today, this was beautifully done.
I thought we can all take a break from the election and move onto a commercial of the week. This is an Australian commercial where Americans try to show Austrians a little holiday cheer. ALDI Australia: Nothing Beats the Perfect Aussie Christmas: The Americans are coming to save Christmas in ALDI’s latest campaign
I came home from work yesterday with this letter on my door. I was furious, who would do something like this. It will get the neighbors to talk. I quickly to a snapshot and sent it to my husband, parents, brothers, and some friends. I wanted to call Verizon and cancel my current services and … More is bad marketing good? you be the judge…
Of course the ad of the week would relate to the Olympics. And with good reason, the olympics consist of the world’s best athletes all united (differences aside…at least it looks that way) under the same roof. My favorite ad, Under Armor, which I used a few weeks ago, showed Michael Phelps training for the olympics. … More ad of the week
This concept has been around. I do think it’s a former of native advertising since it is blended into an article. I always love the creative ways a brand can get their name across. https://www.linkedin.com/hp/update/6164231669726339072
Whether you love her or hate her…Kim Kardashian knows how to play the social media game. I am a swifte, but sorry Taylor 🐍 https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/heres-what-kim-kardashian-just-taught-taylor-swift-social-loren
A new pre-roll just launched on YouTube. It won’t allow you to skip it, which is what I usually do… I wait for those numbers to count down and press skip before I even know who is advertising. This new ad however, you can’t skip it, you have to watch the whole ad…but at the … More If You Can’t Skip It… Then Kill It!
YouTube is Trying to Beef Up Advertising on Their Site. They are staying a new trend in advertising… will it compete with Google and Facebook…we shall see http://www.thestreet.com/story/13545543/1/meet-youtube-rsquo-s-new-advertising-strategy-mdash-tech-roundup.html
Sometimes you come across an ad that doesn’t need words, the picture itself is more powerful then any word can provide. I truly enjoy this ad. To me, it symbolizes everyone gets hurt and needs comforting. Great job Band Aid.
Maybe I’m getting Olympic fever, maybe I’m excited that my daughter made the swim team… Whatever it is this commercial is powerful. I never thought of swimmers, even Olympic swimmers do anything more than swim during their workout session… I was blown away by the blood, sweat, tears…and vomit that’s involved. These athletes give it … More Ad of the Week