Teacher’s Day is celebrated on 5th September every year in India to mark the birth anniversary of Sarvapelli Radhakrishnan, a professor and politician who served as India’s first Vice President and second President. Though the respect accorded to a teacher shouldn’t be limited within one day, a Teacher’s Day should be celebrated to amplify the significance of teachers in our lives that has lost its honour due to their common and simplistic getup. Here are the sweetest ads that brands made to honour the teachers in our lives: Classplus The pandemic that struck last year affected the part of the

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ICICI Lombard Fast food is always more appetizing. The man in the ad agrees with that. He has no reluctance in admitting that he is alive only to enjoy the pleasures of “good” food and not the other way around. He fancies sweet treats owing to his sweet tooth. Ruffling his grey hair, he hesitantly reveals his lack of passion to join a gym and eat healthily. All of this passionate talking about food exhausts him and he has to stop and catch his breath. NatureFresh Acti Heart The practice of working on incomplete knowledge is inculcated from a very

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It isn’t odd to hear about controversial ads. After all, they grab the limelight and force us to direct our attention from other perhaps more important core issues at hand. Controversy uprises from these ads because they tackle a social issue. One could see examples of such; in ads like the one made for Nike’s 30th Anniversary that featured Colin Kaepernick or Pepsi’s ad that featured Kendall Jenner. It should raise confusion that controversial ads get the attention they do; since the same issue bought up in the company of acquaintances would only invite uncomfortable silence. To put it in

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What Mc Donald’s is to food is what Budweiser is to booze. Launched in 1876, and later acquired by Anheuser-Busch; Budweiser is a well-known beer amongst the common folk. According to Brewers Association, Anheuser-Busch was one of the top brewing companies in 2020 when measured in sales. Anheuser-Busch has a dominant presence around the globe, and its network strains down to small pubs and bars across the world. They sell 100s of different liquors. Naturally, they have a higher market share and retail sales. Budweiser, also as you’ll note further; importantly and regularly engages itself in highly dense events such

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High-end coffee or tea production companies have found ways to associate universal beverages with wealth and worth. Since these have started to acquire a position in the commonplace and among the common folk, especially with the invention of instant coffee; companies find it a necessity to set their coffee as a unique, essential but prized commodity for coffee drinkers. Coffee’s global rise to popularity Coffee wasn’t always a common drink. Tea had pushed into its fame because of the British. Until the Boston tea party in 1773, tea was a popular drink among the American folk. Coffee found its success

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Research has shown that animals in advertisements can inscribe both brand identity and several physiological behaviours such as neurological, behavioural and emotional components. Stone M Sherril in her study tried to break down the reasons of appeal for animals in advertisement and why such ads are so successful. It has been found that subconscious advertising is effective, has been in use for a long time and is still currently being deployed. So, an advertisement can be effective without being obnoxious. This is can be done by adding humour, using provocative elements or subliminal messaging. Visual imaging of negative aspects was

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