Marketing Madness means: Do Something Different. Even if different isn’t different…it’s different. Hence: PIPCORN.
Because it’s smaller. Sort of. Because how often are you eating popcorn thinking:
“Damn it! I wish this was smaller so I could shove more of this shit in my mouth!!”
Kinda like “shampoo and conditioner” but worse.
Maybe it’s just me but when I see ads for meat with animals as cartoon characters, I feel worse when they’re made to look happy.
Pigs don’t smile before they’re slaughtered. Pigs don’t smile. Period.
You’re a chimney sweep so why not use the verb sweep in your copy! Except it reads like…
Don’t buy a used car from a used car salesman. Buy it from me: A Used Car Salesman!
And let’s not forget Faceless Gold Figure on the Ladder to Heaven … which was at one time the working title to Wim Wenders’ movie “Wings of Desire”
I’ll say this for marketers of well-known, brand name products: they are more selective and creative when naming their brands. At the health food store, there’s just no imagination whatsoever.
With a sign like this it’s that simple; your customer knows who you are and what you sell.
None of this “Old Navy,” “Banana Republic,” “Victoria’s Secret” vagueness.
From Answers.com: the answer is wrong. And so is everything else on this page.
The question I posed “What is the point?” yielded “mount bear” …
…and a number of other related, uh, questions, answers, I dunno…words???
I like how they chose the yellow and a script font for Headless though.
“Okay, it’s less prominent but I don’t want headless to get lost!”
How do you get kids to eat crappy food? Why create a cartoon character and have him him/her do surreal, physically impossible things, of course!?! …with cheese….