Now bloggers write native ads, too. In an attempt to make ads more meaningful to their style-savvy consumers, Details magazine tapped into its network of 150 men’s fashion bloggers to develop content for brands like Versace, Gucci and Prada. #digitalfashionworld http://www.details.com/
Another really nice ad for #BritishAirways. Well done Bartle Bogle Hegarty. It makes other airline adverts look pretty poor in comparison.
Catch a VW Golf GTI on the bannerbahn.
The campaign connects paid banner media space with the real world by challenging the user to catch a Volkswagen Golf GTI. Click on the zig-zaging car that is actually driven by a real driver in the real world. Oh, and if you succeed you can actually win the real car.
Make a few unavoidable seconds really count! The missing person pre-roll. Great way to re-interpret and change an existing media behaviour on Youtube.
Warning: Tissues may be required. British Airways makes you miss your mum. British Airways launched an online video encouraging families to reconnect. Published last month, it aim is to help promote flight services that connect North America with India. With the emotional role that air travel can play in connecting families in modern times, it feels like a rich territory. #welldone
The land of FC Barcelona. Love it!
Sometimes, power comes from a less obvious place. Great commercial! #Audi #BBH
Welcome to Japan! Japan world cup 3 horse race. Hilarious!
Welcome to the family Mesut! #adidasfootball Nice one! Love the soundtrack!
Because it’s Wednesday: Some dinosaur prank. #funny
Jamie Oliver Price Tagged by Grey London. #TheSun #halffunny
Yes, it’s an extremely odd commercial parody but I have to admit, that it has something! And I think I am not alone with this opinion (almost 700,000 YouTube views since Friday!) #GermanFilmStudents
The filmmakers—Tobia Haase, Jan Mettler and Lydia Lohse—have said they wanted to explore the morality of technology by asking what would happen if machines had souls. I wonder what the world would’ve been like had Hitler had one.
Mercedes parent Daimler is understandably miffed, and forced the students to add blaring disclaimers that identify the project as a spoof.