i actually really like good ambient media or so called guerrilla marketing. these are usually creative more unconventional advertising or marketing campaigns rolled out in our direct living environment, often not even recognizable as ads at first sight. writing about kellogg's and yamaha, the anti smoking ceiling, visual kidnapping, the blush dessous, dogvertising or sandvertising for instance, today i found
altogether it seems to me that car manufacturers are doing the most impressive commercials - not saying that there aren't amazing non-car commercials out there - but maybe because it's such a crowded and competitive global market and they just have the money to do that. i loved the "un-pimp your ride" volkswagen commercials and even if they are not brand
while browsing my number one blogosphere news ressource werbeblogger these days (i just don't find the time to surf through more blogs right now), revver caught my attention. no, it's not just another uninspired video portal like clipfish, revver added a smart twist in the video sharing idea - paying the uploader/author. "revver is the first viral video network that pays.
after the huge success of the previous award winning bouncy balls bravia commercial - one of my favorite commercials ever - the new sony bravia spot called "paint" is finally out now. at www.bravia-advert.com you were able to follow the preparations of the shooting, which created lots of buzz even before the spot got launched. but sorry jonathan, i'm a little