Stick with the words copy peoples! I’m trying to resolve this equation and it’s just not coming out.
Do I add the Immune Health + Digestive Health + Gut Health and get Immune Digestive Gut over 3Health?
Add Peach Blended Yogurt + Immune Digestive Gut divided by 3Health or am I dividing the Immune Digestive Gut 3 Health INTO the Peach Blended Yogurt?
And isn’t Peach Blended Yogurt a set whose members are Immune Digestive Gut 3Health? I may be overthinking this one but clearly the copywriter was not thinking.
…or The Source of All Truth?
From the Museum of Marketing Madness Archives, I know they merged back in 2012 with United. But even before the merger, and things were sloppy, this is just sad.
Our commitment remains the same: When you fly in our planes, you will land. You might land in the wrong airport. You might crash.
But you will land.
From the Copywriting School of Repetition, another example of ridiculous repetition for the sake of repetition, repetition.
We see this so often, it seems normal. It’s not normal.
It’s not even normal, normal.
Purchasing a friend’s book: What Was Lost: Seeing Refuge In The Psalms (for my 91 year old mother no less), Amazon knows exactly what I might want to purchase next.
It’s SO obvious, in fact, I’m kinda pissed because I have to go back and add the Tecnifibre Carboflex Squash Racquet and Oakley Flight Deck XM Ski Goggles to that purchase for my mother.
Damn you Amazon Continue Shopping Algorithm!!
From Bill & Ted’s Excellent Catalog of Office Supplies
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.
Between the statement “Color Makes You Happy” and the expression of unbridled joy on these manikins faces … the message is clear.
I get it. You put some software-as-a-service on the web and you’ll make some money off the advertising, helping people convert their SVGs to PNGs. That explains the ad for the “My Heritage” site and the Abacus Technologies, white glove circuit board thing. But, pest control. I mean, yeah computers have ‘bugs’ but srsly??
Make them wear this frilly, little hard hat liner and emasculate the hell out of ’em! The Hardliner will also minimize the impact of macho traits such as tattoos, standing with arms folded and chewing on toothpicks.