Facts don’t matter in attack ads, where anything goes. Why not take the same approach in positive ads that tout a candidate’s achievements?
This entry was posted in and tagged 2012 presidential campaign, ads, advertising, alien invaders, campaign ads, fact-checking, Lies, Living Room, Obama, spin, superpacs on . September 10, 2012
Regardless of what it’s actually about, every bill is branded as a response to whatever polls say is people’s top priority.
This entry was posted in and tagged 1-800-FLOWERS, advertising, America Jobs Act, Begonias, Congress, Economy, Florists, FTD, Jobs, Legislation, marketing, Naming Bills, Pandering, Terrorism, Titles, Unemployment, usa-patriot act on . September 19, 2011
Once we hated the Germans and Japanese. Now we buy their stuff. What consumer trends will be inspired by the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq?
This entry was posted in and tagged advertising, burqas, Capitalism, cars, Consumerism, Dating, Food, future buying trends, Germany, iads, japan, Kandahar-style cave architectur, noodles, personal drone planes, Vietnam on . September 7, 2011
If you’ve seen Sprint’s ads for their Now Network, you’ll know what this cartoon is about. If not, well, sorry.
This entry was posted in and tagged 3G Network, advertising, Alienation, Commercial, Digital Cog, Information Age, Internet, Now Network, race, Smart Phones, Sprint, Streaming, Technology, Television on . December 5, 2009
Got the idea for this one when I went to buy a newspaper and it was so light that I thought someone had filched a section.