So Carees24 have only played out of their boots with this one – that video that was all the rage the last few days seems to be part of some new campaign.
I’m sure more than a few people were roped in when a rather fetching lady started chatting to them on Tinder over the weekend. Alas, all was not as it seemed.
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So Anglo American have basically taken over Times Live’s home page with their advertising for the 2015 Mining Indaba, but exactly who is the man pictured in these ads?
Nando’s is known for their incredibly funny, quick-witted advertising, so it’s quite surprising that they would go ahead and do this. Someone has a lot to answer for…
Ah, the good old controversial ad campaign. I love them. If it’s not Nando’s getting the ruling party irate, then it’s the local bank offending every Steve from Vredenburg to Thoyoyandou.
Cell C should just drop their court action and let The Banner hang around for a bit now. They could have a competition to see who can be the most creative.
Cell C is in a blind panic about The Banner that has been hanging proudly for almost five days. Why don’t they just go take it down themselves?
There’s a lot of flack for companies using girls that are “too skinny” and not “real” enough for your average person out there. But look, we hardly want to be staring at fat people in lace.
No, it wasn’t this picture of our lovely Candice, which is a good thing because then there would have been a lot more people not paying attention to the road.
Taking a look back at the old Apple adverts shows how the tech company took a page out of Pepsi’s book, with the help of John Sculley.
Mashable gives a breakdown of the biggest buzzwords in the advertising industry today. So here’s your chance to get up to speed with what’s cooking…
Smart, the company behind the original smart car, has formulated a clever way to help pedestrians wait for the walk signal and be entertained at the same time.
Time Inc is introducing new procedures into its business models to cater for “advertiser friendly” content, and this has raised some concerns with readers and followers of the magazine after journalists were laid-off for not meeting requirements.
Facebook adds a new feature so that advertisers can identify what device viewers used to spot their ad.
Prepare yourselves, this is a VERY hot three minutes. Penelope Cruz has outdone herself! Very sexy women, sexy lingerie, and one very thirsty man… what more could any lingerie ad need?
A Singapore ad agency targets the football hype to highlight the negatives of sports betting and gambling.
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Nigel Farage has become the surprise star of billboard campaign promoting a website specialising in extramarital affairs. Awkward.
This is exceptional! Even if you think you have seen this, you MUST watch this video again. It is the most epic build up to the FIFA World Cup. Can you make shots like these?
The issue at hand means that we can’t go browsing porn sites at work. But what if we were to tell you that they are creating advertising for Porn Hub that is now, well, VERY office friendly? Would you be impressed?
Trust National Geographic to do something incredible with an advertising campaign. Utilising the ‘seflie’ trend in their message is beyond genius.
HBO Go is an integrated service from that company that streams HBO content to mobile devices and tablets. The offering itself isn’t innovative or groundbreaking, but the marketing hook is genius. HBO took the liberty of staging a few scenarios where it would be much, much better to watch their programmes outside of the company of your parents.