Archive for the tag "marketing"
Rory Sutherland: Life lessons from an ad man
Posted: 9 October, 2010 in comedy/humour, Economics, Education, environment, fun, History, Internet, Language, Media, Medicine, politics and government, values, Video.
Tags: ad man, advertising, agriculture, Ataturk, cell, comedy, Economics, economy, Education, entertainment, environment, Frederick the Great, hummer, humor, humour, hybrid, Internet, Life, marketing, Media, Medicine, mobile, potato, press, Prius, Prussia, Rory Sutherland, social media, TED, TED talks, value, values, Video
Forget al Qaeda. The real terrorists are … GERMS. But don’t worry! There’s a real War on Terror going on. Dettol has a new product for germ-terrorised mums.
Posted: 19 September, 2010 in Life, Media, Science, values.
Tags: advertising, bacteria, branding, cleanliness, commerce, cynicism, dettol, DETTOL No-Touch Hand Wash System, fear, germs, hand wash, health, liquid soap, manufacturing, marketing, mothers, mums, positioning, product, Reckitt Benckiser, stupidity, terrorism
This ad was banned because a pregnant nun might be seen as a mockery of Catholics’ beliefs. How about, the beliefs of Roman Catholics deserve to be mocked?
Posted: 18 September, 2010 in Art, comedy/humour, Life, Media, Religion, Sex, values.
Tags: advertising, advertising standards, ASA, bugger, buggery, Catholic, catholics, Federici, ice cream, immaculate conception, immaculately conceived, marketing, nun, offence, offense, offensive, Pope, rape, rapist, Religion, religious values, Roman catholic, sodomise, sodomy