Marketing Skeptic: “I bet you can’t make toilet paper hip.”
Marketing Guru: “I can make blood soaked gauze that covers scabs cool!”
Marketing Skeptic: “I dare you!”
Marketing Guru: “Watch me!”
Admit it. You don’t even know what it is but you want to buy it because the graphics are cool.
With prices like these, you’ll be slashing your wrists just to use them!
When you’re ready to blow 10 to 13 dollars on band aids, everything is insane.
This one is asking for it. They’re too excited. The glass heart is weird. Everything is white except for the colored clothes. But I just felt like singing along!
Clinically, if I were to examine this, the emoji is presenting signs of bipolar 1 but I’m not a doctor.
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… when an ad for the “3 Worst Prostate Foods” translucently floats in, it’s no longer cool.
Roman can only make so much money as yet-another-joint-delivering-Viagra-to-your-door, so why not vitamins? BUT, vitamins are so … A, B, B12, C. And if they list out the ingredients that’s just not as cool with the slick graphics and photos.
Why don’t we list this one really exotic ingredient that does who-the-hell-knows what as the
very last one … BOOM!
They’ll buy it! Who wouldn’t?
Maybe they were saving money on modeling fees and just went to the local morgue?
For those following along, this is Part 2. For Part 1,
Think of the poor designer who was saddled with this assignment. And copywriter.
It’s a soap dispenser. Yeah, it’s foamy. Maybe, by virtue of the
foamy it is light. But does it need to be called Light and Foamy?
And, let’s not forget, the attorney who filed the register
Sometimes Marketing Madness slips in unnoticed. Nothing unusual here. They are welcoming people back. They fixed the place up. It’s new.
Oh yeah. I LITERALLY have to be SICK to get back here.
THIS ya Medical Center, you!
Would a manly man really take vitamin