Every week I attempt to share a compilation of clutter-breaking creative ads. It is a small gesture to show my appreciation for the creative minds in advertising as I know how difficult it is to produce relevant, interesting work for brands. Unlike the past couple of weeks, I do not have a long list to share this week ending 20 November, 2020. Liberty Mutual: customise and save Parity products have it tough. When there’s hardly…

Getting noticed is the most important objective of any advertising or shall we be suitably contemporary and say, ‘content’. Sadly, most of what’s paid for and put out there simply goes unnoticed. Only a handful break through the huge clutter of media noise and commercial messaging and an even smaller number are recalled and associated with the correct brand. Every week, I compile such creative ads. Here are a few from the week ending November…

Every week (OK, almost every week) I try to share a compilation of clutter-breaking creative ads. This week, I came across couple of funny ads for Amazon Alexa and some compelling ads for Nike, McDonald’s and more. Amazon Alexa: ‘Ironing’ and ‘Opera’ Among the basics of advertising is to figure out the difference between ‘feature’ and ‘benefit’. As I have said in an earlier post, effective ads bring alive the benefit of a feature. Sometimes,…