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Advertising: Dear Silvio by RyanAir

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Advertising as we like it – funny, greatly executed and with high current relevance to make most people smile.

RyanAir with a new ad shown on their web site is offering Silvio Berlusconi “another possibility to escape“.

In difference to about 10%+ of his colleagues in the Italian parliament who are already convicted criminals, Silvio Berlusconi has during the last years successfully used his financial and political powers to shield away any criminal prosecution from himself by new laws and delay tactics – at least as long he stays in power and that now might soon be changing…

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Advertising: Polar Bear

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Planet Stupid’s new Polar Bear ad causing quite a stir since a few days.

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Back to the 50s with Schweppes

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As if we would not have seen enough in-with-the-old-out-with-the-new recently across almost all parts of society.

Nevertheless perfectly executed – the 50s with a twist.

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Advertising: Whopper Sacrifice

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A great viral advertising idea. For every 10 (virtual) friends you defriend at Facebook you get a free Whopper from Burger King (U.S. Residents only).

Finally someone is putting a price tag to virtual friendship (1/10 of a burger – xxx calories, xxx USD) and a way to bring all these SEO spammers to a better use. So far more than 12,000 friends have been un-friended.

Interestingly they have chosen Facebook and not, for example, MySpace. Maybe because they want to sell some Burgers as well.

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National Geographic: How to make Zero G Idents

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The spots shown at the beginning of this video might not be so spectacular, but watch how those have been made later in this clip.

Amazing.

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Advertising: SUVasaurus commercial

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Great advertising but we would be more impressed if this would be a marketing campaign for a Hybrid or Plug-in version of that car. Maybe next year.

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