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Today’s post is dedicated to McDonalds adverts that I have come across in the past while doing searches on the net. I’ve chosen the most creative and funny ones to show you today, hope you in enjoy. McDonald’s: Rescue for hungry people
Suzuki: Ostrich During the global economy crisis it was pretty hard to sell a car because people decided not to buy cars because they were told that people are more and more deciding not to buy cars. This sounds pretty complicated but the companies who sell the cars usually have only one goal: to sell as more cars as you can.
paul0v2 Thu, 08/19/2010 - 10:46
Clever and creative McDonald’s advertising campaigns from all over the world. McDonald’s Newspaper Sandwich
There is nothing like a company taking a tried-and-tested formula and reworking it to make it interesting & unusual to inspire creativity. Billboards are so prolific nowadays, that to stand out you need to be really creative either with an extremely vivid image, an inspired idea or a clever twist to make it seem like the advert is interacting with the world outside it. We have chosen a number of inspirational outdoor ads that do the unexpected and stand out in a clever, creative way.
Print adverts need to get a message across with a single image and without the recourse of interactivity that we find today on the Internet. As interactive media expands, attention spans are getting shorter and shorter every day. For any company trying to get their product or service out in print format, the task is ever more challenging and difficult. Humorous ads remain one of the few effective ways to engage an audience in a very saturated advertising market. This is an area where the audience is far more receptive and still willing to pay attention.
It's only the middle of May, but already we've had some runaway viral hits in advertising this year.
Clever anti-smoking campaigns and creative advertising designed to get people to quit smoking.
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Modern advertising developed with the rise of mass production in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.