A wonderful idea brought to life with exquisite CGI.
People made up of nine villages, as well as hamlets of North Hempstead, of which Great Neck is the northwestern quadrant.
This technique is just as crucial when it comes to your ad headlines as it is in the body copy of your ad.
People don’t want to buy “things” – they want to solve their problems.
Of course, window dressing is one way to get prospective customers’ attention, but online, this task falls to your PPC ads.
Even if you have the best product or service since sliced bread (or Uber), it won’t matter if you can’t tempt prospects to click on your ads.
The most viscerally compelling were the Darren Aronofsky spots with Times photojournalists narrating harrowing true stories, punctuated by their cameras’ shutter sounds.
Samsung, “Ostrich” Agency: Leo Burnett VR has been notoriously difficult to advertise on regular video, but this playful and inspired spot from Samsung found a way in—via a flightless bird who learns to virtually soar. They include classics from the Mad Men era, past and present Cannes winners, public service announcements (PSAs) and more. To acknowledge this famous quote by The Socrates of San Francisco, we’ve compiled a list of 100 exceptional ads that seek your interest with their witty headlines and copy.See below for some of the most clever, beautiful, interesting and entertaining TV, video, print, outdoor, digital and social ads from the year so far.And look for our full Best Ads of 2017 package coming in December.State Street Global Advisors, “Fearless Girl” Agency: Mc Cann New York Far and away the most breakthrough ad of the year, Mc Cann’s statue on Wall Street was an overnight sensation, a potent symbol of female power in business, and a brilliant use of one of the world’s oldest mediums to deliver a message that couldn’t have been fresher.