Monday, 10 May 2010

Twitter Shrunk My Followers

I don't check the Ad Examples Twitter account that regularly because the blog posts are automatically tweeted there, however this is what I and apparently many Twitter users were greeted with this afternoon:


I'm sure it's nothing major, but it is amusing how quickly people realise they aren't being followed and it becomes a topic...

Kopparberg - Swedish Cider Advert: 'Find Kopparberg'

Swedish pear cider, Kopparberg, has a new ad campaign focused on finding new music, great talent, underground parties or great nights out.

http://www.findkopparberg.com

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I Will...visit William Hill: The Home of Betting

Pretty simple, but nice & inclusive ad for the famous bookies.

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Carlsberg World Cup 2010 TV Ad - featuring England sporting legends including the late, great Bobby Moore

"Probably the best team talk in the world"

Carlsberg's 90-second World Cup spot, from Saatchi & Saatchi, has an outrageous teamsheet of English sporting legends including:

TWO LATE, GREATS:

Bobby Moore, who greets the team on the pitch
Sir Bobby Robson, who features in a mural in the tunnel

A NUMBER OF ENGLISH SPORTING LEGENDS (and Jeff Stelling!):

Sir Trevor Brooking, CBE
Dame Ellen MacArthur DBE
Dame Kelly Holmes DBE
Sir Steve Redgrave, OBE
Sir Jack Charlton, OBE
Sir Clive Woodward, OBE
Sir Ian Botham, OBE
Sir Ranulph Fiennes, OBE
Steve Davis, OBE
Stuart Pearce, MBE
Paula Radcliffe MBE
Carl Fogarty
Jeff Stelling
Kasabian
Tom Meighan
Chris Edwards
Phil Taylor
Nigel Benn

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Powerade World Cup 2010 Advert: 'The Never Ending Game'

Clever, engaging and well-shot.

Powerade have created a YouTube microsite and produced a custom World Cup flim which users can interact with.

At certain stages of the film the user can click on the frame and see from the perspective of various players, N.B. this only works at:

http://www.youtube.com/powerade

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Paddy Power TV Advert, involving blind football & a cat

Odd, but strangely memorable, advert from Paddy Power.

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