Humour in Advertising and Marketing
What works, and WHY
We’re pulling together insights examining what kind of comedy works in marketing, advertising and branded content – focusing on a new industry each week. If you’ve got a great example of humour that successfully sells, and you’d like us to feature it – get in touch.
When a new viral meme takes off, brands are often super keen to get involved. Partly to prove they’re down
Done right (with your brand painted as the hero, and the jokes lining up with your brand message), comedy doesn’t backfire. Here are 5 reasons why you really don’t need to be scared of using comedy in your marketing mix any more.
It’s official – these are the 10 funniest UK TV Adverts from 1980’s. From Bran Flakes and Trio, to Talking Pages and the John Smith’s acrobatic dog.
This article isn’t about Carlsberg as a whole – but one specific campaign. One that barely made a dent – but could’ve done so much better if only they’d taken the same wit and warmth they’ve become known for in their TV spots, and applied it to their social media messaging too.
One product, two different Ads – the one that made us laugh has already had 93x as many eyeballs on it. And it’s almost certainly converted a higher percentage of those into sales, too.
We break down the humour in Ads from four FinTech firms – to see what worked, what didn’t, and what we can all learn from their success (and their failures).
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I often find myself wondering just how much the use of humour in advertising has changed over the years –
As a marketer (and as a former single man) I’ve seen countless Dating Apps burst onto the scene with a
Yesterday, the BBC unleashed its Christmas Campaign. Just after Strictly Come Dancing on BBC One – the “#XmasLife” advert got
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