Category Archives: Brand Awareness

How Well-Crafted Research Will Leave You Shouting, “Dilly Dilly!”

I recently found myself in conversation with colleagues about the recent article by Tom Denari in which he describes copy-testing as a “usually blunt instrument that beats out the sometimes unexplainable magic of an ad or campaign.” Sticking with the “Dilly … Continue reading

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Who were the 2018 Super Bowl Winners and Losers?

So, the game is over, the ads are played, and the money is spent. How did the advertisers fare in this year’s big game? Pepsi: Failed to Fulfill their Pre-Game Promise One of the risks for the brand was playing … Continue reading

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Are Pepsi and Cindy Crawford Up for the 2018 Super Bowl Challenge?

Earlier this year Pepsi announced it would recreate Cindy Crawford’s iconic 1992 Super Bowl spot for this year’s game. Twenty-six years later and Cindy is facing a new generation, a shifting social environment, and a Super Bowl that has become … Continue reading

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Connecting The Dots: How Brands Can Play In The Political Arena

  When a brand tries to play in the political space, it needs to follow the rules of the game. When done right, the messaging can be powerful and make consumers feel better about the brand. However, when done wrong, … Continue reading

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“A Memorable Impression: How to create brand memories in advertising”

In the June 2017 article for Quirk’s Media, Ameritest CEO, Chuck Young, delves into how marketers can sell to the “three brains” of the consumer: Physical, Emotional and Conceptual. You can read it here: https://www.quirks.com/articles/how-to-create-brand-memories-in-advertising

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Happy Father’s Day

What happens when a brand lets the characters of an ad become the hero? A heartwarming ad that engages viewers with the brand. Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s Day

We’ve all felt the lasting impression powerful advertising can have on us. This Mother’s Day we wanted to share a few ads that really speak to us and harness the powerful emotions we associate with our moms. Enjoy! Continue reading

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