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Don't mock the dads

IPL is on, and it is almost the mall of advertising messages. Three hours of cricket also has an array of advertising, some good, most indifferent and some terrible. 503 more words


Frooti Life: A new bold look with a new brand identity

As the summers are here, the cold drink giants are all geared up to make their drink the public’s favorite. With nimbooz, slice and limca, Frooti has also come up with a fresh new look and strategy for its marketing this year. 437 more words

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The MTS Internet Baby demands Wifi before his birth from a Salesman God

In its last ad campaign MTS launched the ‘Internet Baby’ who uses the goods from the internet from the moment he is born. The internet service provider launched this campaign to target the group of ‘net gen’, a term aptly describing the data hungry youth. 434 more words

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Branding Manliness: Chevy Drops the Ball, Taco Bell Picks it Up

A fair amount of ads and campaigns irritate me, but I’m usually able to shrug it off when I realize I’m simply not in the target market for the brand. 1,253 more words

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Top Five Ads of the Super Bowl, Possibly the Worst Ad of All Time

5. Reebok Paired Well with CrossFit

I wasn’t blown away by too many ads this super bowl, so the Reebok’s “Be More Human” was able to sneak by and clinch number five. 926 more words

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Follow Kellogg's Super Bowl Ad Review with #KelloggSB

Each year, brands spend upwards of $2 billion collectively on Super Bowl commercials. Some emerge as clear winners. Others limp away. This year, for the eleventh time, Kellogg School of Management marketing students will apply rigorous, research-based criteria to determine what separates the Super Bowl advertising winners from the losers. 166 more words

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Revizuire publicitate: Poo Pourri

Zilele acestea am dat peste o publicitate un pic mai „mirositoare”, sau de fapt cum susțin producătorii Poo Pourri – deloc mirositoare.

Este vorba despre un produs cu numele Poo Pourri. 328 more words

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