Favorite Superbowl Commercial (and how it applies to IM)?

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mine was the Budweiser "Prohibition" commercial. absolutely brilliant use of scarcity, celebration, embedded testimonial type footage, reminiscing about earlier era, and superb photograpy/videography. those types of storytelling appeal hooks work well in IM as well.

what was Your favorite Superbowl commercial? and, how does what it did, potentially apply to IM?
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  • Profile picture of the author HairyPoppins
    I thought most of them were pretty forgettable in fact I don't even remember most of them. The one that made me laugh was the M&M one. It was kinf of stupid but it just made me crack up which doesn't happen very often. I'm not sure how it relates to IM. Maybe, thinking outside the box a bit will make you stand out and be remembered that and sex sells.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lexilou
    My vote is for Clint Eastwood. I really don't care about the commercial however just to here his voice was good enough.
    Go ahead make my day
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  • Profile picture of the author NicoleBeckett
    How has no one voted for Mr. Quiggly wearing the Skechers and racing the Greyhounds yet???

    Mr. Quiggly teaches us IMers a few things...

    1. Humor is always memorable (as long as they're laughing with you, not at you).

    2. Never count out the underdog, no matter how much of a "big dog" you are.

    3. It doesn't take long to create a lasting impression on your target audience.

    4. With the right tools and the right attitude, you can do just about anything.
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