Archive for category TV Commercials
One of my favorite past time is to watch commercials in YouTube. It started when I took up an Advertising class back in College and we had to make our own commercial. So to get ideas, I went to YouTube and watch commercials there from other countries.
I found the search experience amusing since from YouTube, I could see what adverts look like in other places and compare them from the commercials I watch in the country I lived in. I could get creative and clever ideas from some of them. Not all commercials are good though, because most of them are crappy. Watching poorly made TV adverts me feel smarter because I imagined I could do a better than those.
Most of my favorite commercials are from the Super Bowl, the big game in US, watch by millions if not billions of people. Because of the huge crowd it attracts, big brands such as Coca Cola, Pepsi, and Budweiser take advantage of this to launch their TV commercials. Take note, they pay about $3 million just for a 30-second spot, and they have to make sure that their commercials are very effective just not to waste that millions they paid.
A few of my favorite commercials from recent Super Bowl games are the E*Trade baby talking about how he bought stock, the ugly girl from Planter’s Cashew, the overachiever David Abernathy of Cars.com, and those insects stealing a bottle of Coca Cola. Read the rest of this entry »
Television commercials online may have been impossible to even imagine a few decades ago, but now, everything is already set and running smoothly. Who could have even thought that this method of advertisement viewing was feasible back then? Today, it is remarkably a well established reality to view these media on the internet.
Because people are spending more of their time using the internet today, it is pretty remarkable to know that print materials like magazines, which also advertises commercials shown in TV, are also venturing to invest money for making online soft copies of their commercial endorsements on the internet. It is like a domino effect that advertisers set their advertising through the television initially yet also place their bids on the internet marketplace. Their domains also showcase numerous TV advertisements that are more appealing to watch than those seen in any actual print copies. As a result, instead of purchasing print materials, which are still being distributed as hard copies throughout the entire globe, people just instantly browse to the soft copies available or watch to the ad videos seen on the internet looking at possible advertisements that are of any interest whatsoever.
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