Tear-Off Ads. While serious companies rarely rely on tear-off advertising, it must be one of the most often used and widely spread advertisement types among common people since the invention of telephone.
It’s practical and easy to make – usually, it’s just a plain white paper with tear offs containing contact information. Probably you’ve seen them already, haven’t you? However, today we want to show that even the most boring communication medium like tear-off advertisement can be used in such a creative way that those ads can end up on thousands of websites around the world and reach much bigger audience than initially expected. Because we wanted to make this collection really good, we’ve picked only 11 best tear-off ads.
So have fun, and don’t forget to tell us which one is your favorite one and why! 1. If you cannot tear this phone book then don’t even bother calling. 2. Agency: Grupo Gallegos, USA, Long Beach. 3. Advertising Agency: Tempo Advertising, Bucharest, Romania. Nielsen Wire. Marketing Charts. Following is a brief overview of each of the 11 consumer trends which trendwatching.com predicts will have a global impact on marketers in 2011. 1.Random acts of kindness: Consumers’ cravings for realness, for the human touch, ensure that everything from brands randomly picking up the tab to sending a surprise gift will be one of the most effective ways to connect with (potential) customers in 2011, especially beleaguered consumers in North America, Europe and Japan. trendwatching.com advises that the rapid spread of social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook among consumers gives brands previously unavailable insight into their moods, wants and locations, and also provides a new direct channel to deliver acts of kindness. 2.Urbanization: Urbanization remains one of the absolute mega trends for the coming decade, with about the global population currently living in urban areas.
B2b Contact Marketing. From up North. Basic facts (Gay money: The truth about lesbian & gay economics ¶ Joe Clark) Basic facts I spent six months in 2010 reading and summarizing every article on lesbian and gay economics published since the 1990s.
I took on this project to counter a myth. “Myth” in this case means “falsehood” or “lie,” not just “tale” or “story.” Myth: Gays are rich The myth of gay money holds that “gays” (really just gay males) are high-income or rich. This myth was relentlessly propagated through the 1990s and persists today. Reality: Gay males earn less and lesbians earn more than straight people Most of the dozens of studies of income and earnings of gay men and lesbians show consistent results. Weak statement: Neither gay males nor lesbians earn more than straight people. Either way, most of the data shows that gay males do not earn more than straight people. Why? Why do gay males have generally lower incomes than straight males? Video.
Trendwatching.com: Consumer trends and insights from around the world. 12 Cool Stickers for your iPad. Unusual sticker can separate you from other iPad owners.
This post features the most creative Apple iPad vinyl decals and stickers. Iron Man iPad Sticker This awesome Apple iPad sticker is perfect for the fans of Iron Man. [link] Boba Fett iPad Sticker Star Wars fans will love this cool decal of the famous bounty hunter. Lady Gaga iPad Sticker Lady Gaga inspired vinyl decal will look great on your Apple iPad. Star Trek iPad Sticker Go where no man has gone before with your Star Trek themed iPad. Headphones iPad Sticker This black headphones vinyl sticker is perfect for your Apple iPad. I Smell a Rat iPad Sticker Can you smell it? AdFreak: Apple Get a Mac: The Complete Campaign. Steve Jobs could sell.
He did it in person, he did it on stage, and he did it on television—in the form of advertising campaigns that were often the envy of the business. Among the most beloved was the long-running "Get a Mac" series with John Hodgman and Justin Long as the bumbling PC and the hip, unflappable Mac—an odd couple who would entertain viewers for years with their quips, barbs, sight gags, and one-liners. In 2010, Adweek declared "Get a Mac" to be the best advertising campaign of the first decade of the new century. Below are all 66 TV spots (plus the long version of 2008's "Sad Song") that aired during the campaign's run, from May 2006 to October 2009.
Creative Advertising Archive & Community. Creative Advertising for Creative People - Hooked On Ads - Part 9. It looks like this channel just never stops. Here’s another very creative campaign from 13th Street. For those who doesn’t know yet, 13th Street is a television channel which runs in Germany and France and specializes in action and suspense shows and movies. The one with the phone is the best one, while the last one is least convincing, but not too bad also.
Simplicity and a clear message – thumbs up for the advertising agency. The world of creative advertising » Cars, Motorcycles.