Posts tagged Advertising

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The New York Times needs your help sorting its cool vintage ads.

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How Oreo’s brilliant blackout tweet won the Super Bowl

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Lazy sushi chefs, rejoice, for the Sushi Bazooka is here to squish your rice and fish into recognizable rolls:

The Sushi Bazooka advertisement really seals the deal. Three maniacal-looking sushi chefs wield their perfect rolls under the phrase, “Make perfect Sushi rolls! Quick! Easy! Hilarious!” Yes, I want my sushi to be hilarious. Hilariously delicious.

How many Sushi Bazookas are you going to order?

Lazy sushi chefs, rejoice, for the Sushi Bazooka is here to squish your rice and fish into recognizable rolls:

The Sushi Bazooka advertisement really seals the deal. Three maniacal-looking sushi chefs wield their perfect rolls under the phrase, “Make perfect Sushi rolls! Quick! Easy! Hilarious!” Yes, I want my sushi to be hilarious. Hilariously delicious.

How many Sushi Bazookas are you going to order?

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jaymug:

The World’s First Car Ad from 1898.


RIP HORSE

jaymug:

The World’s First Car Ad from 1898.

RIP HORSE

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Don Draper uses an iPhone
Rolling Stone via USA Today

Don Draper uses an iPhone

Rolling Stone via USA Today

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George Orwell was born 109 years ago today.

HIs novel 1984 inspired the above Apple Super Bowl ad, which has become one of the most famous commercials of all-time. 

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Brand wars: Apple again the world’s most valuable brand; IBM, Google and McDonald’s round out the top 4

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Tumblr allows advertising at $25K a pop:

Just one month ago, Tumblr CEO David Karp announced that displaying ads was the “complete last resort” for the microblogging service. Well, financial temptation must have gotten the better of him.
Tumblr announced the introduction of Tumblr Radar and Tumblr Spotlight today, which are two types of advertising products available to sponsors for an entry-level price of $25,000, according to VentureBeat.

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Tumblr allows advertising at $25K a pop:

Just one month ago, Tumblr CEO David Karp announced that displaying ads was the “complete last resort” for the microblogging service. Well, financial temptation must have gotten the better of him.

Tumblr announced the introduction of Tumblr Radar and Tumblr Spotlight today, which are two types of advertising products available to sponsors for an entry-level price of $25,000, according to VentureBeat.

Read more