The food arrives at your door cruelty-free because you'll be the one who exacts the cruelty...
This is a real ad for a real company that provides ED pills, but we appreciate that someone finally lampooned the innuendo of Viagra and Cialis ads.
"Before we begin, I'd just like to remind you all our calls are recorded for training purposes."
Digital media's free-for-all days are ending, but will the new strategy work?
It is no longer enough for companies to keep a low profile when it comes to polarizing issues involving race, brand experts say.
You're telling us none of the side effects are "this might kill you"?
We have no dog in this phone fight but always appreciate a clever jab.
The evidence for and against a stubborn online conspiracy theory.
With one hell of an ad, Burger King is calling on more people to dress up like deranged clowns. And, well, we think we've had enough of them in 2017 as it is.
If LeBron James is anything besides a great basketball player, he might be that most media-savvy celebrity to ever flash a smile at a camera.
The NRA's brand messaging over the last four decades shows just how political the organization has become.
Something is happening to dairy ads these days, and we don't like it one bit.
He's hosted before and he's hosting again... maybe. Honestly, we're not sure if he'll be allowed back after making enemies with the security staff.
We have to give big props to the team behind this gas-fired stove for releasing an absurd outtake of a novice misusing their product.
YouTube’s standing with Madison Avenue fell several notches earlier this year after it came to light that some advertisers’ spots were running against hate videos. Now it's going all in on G-rated, star-studded stuff.
You're unique, and no one is going to stop you from achieving your dreams... of spending your money on our great products. #BoldLikeThat
We don’t want to look older. But we don’t want to look as if we fear it either.
It’s not just Elon Musk trying to colonize Mars: more businesses will soon enter the space space, and Ogilvy wants to help them get there as quickly as possible … if not quite faster than the speed of sound.
In recent weeks and months, several digital publishers have executed a "pivot to video," a now-notorious euphemism for "firing most or all of your writers to chase video advertising dollars."
Frying chicken while the disembodied voice of Colonel Sanders shouts at you. Sounds... bad?
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