A LIST WITH THE BEST COCA-COLA COMMERCIALS

Here you will find the best Coca-Cola advertising!

In the telling advertising agency we love the advertising campaigns of Coca-Cola. The brand par excellence when we talk about advertising, a centennial institution that has laid the foundations of modern advertising. Here you will find an updated list of the best Coca-Cola advertising ads.

If you want to keep up to date with the latest news, campaigns and advertising of Coca-Cola, this is your site.

Coca-Cola’s post-pandemic commercial: “The Great Meal”

Anuncio de Coca-Cola | The Great Meal

“The Great Meal” is Coca-Cola’s post-pandemic commercial that encourages us to celebrate the everyday things in life.

Coca-Cola’s advertising campaigns have always tended to be optimistic, to lift our spirits, to celebrate life. It could not be less during the pandemic, making one of the best announcements of the year with “For the human race” a song of hope just as they did in the fateful crisis that began in 2008.

Although some countries are doubling the famous curve, in others such as Brazil, the United States or India the situation is still out of control. That is why, while some countries dedicate their communication to the recovery of daily life, others are still on alert.

For everyone, Coca-Cola has launched its latest advertising campaign to encourage us to celebrate the little things that life gives us.

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The Best Commercials of 2020

Best Commercials of 2020

We analyze the best commercials of 2020 so far

The year 2020 has reached its equator and it does very tired. Even so, it has provided us with great advertising campaigns. At telling, advertising agency we take stock at the end of the year and we will prepare an exquisite selection of the best adverts made this year. So we did it with the best commercials of 2018 and the best commercials of 2019. At the moment we make a small sneak peek without any order of the best ads that have come out to date. You will surely find great advertising campaigns that are left out of this selection, but those that are have undoubtedly been the ones that set the pace.

2020 will be marked by the Coronavirus. We have practically three months of conventional advertising and three strenuous months where brands have had to adapt to the pace set by Covid19. During these days of confinement we have made a specific compilation of the best ads for the Covid19 but now it is time to put them all together and see how they resist compared to traditional ads…

This is possible because at the telling, advertising agency we are up to date with the latest news from the world of advertising, marketing and communication. And we have captured it on our blog, telling_things twitter, our Facebook, our Instagram under the user telling_things and our YouTube channel.

We leave you with the best commercials of 2020.

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Coca-Cola’s “For the Human Race” advert is a call to hope

For the human race | Coca-Cola

“For the human race” is the Coca-Cola ad full of positivity and appreciation for Covid19

With the arrival of Covid19, many brands had to reinvent their advertising campaigns. Coca-Cola instead decided to pause all its advertising to focus on “do, not say” and help fight the coronavirus. After a few weeks of silence, the brand surprised everyone with the launch of two campaigns full of optimism.

The first is a reinterpretation of his classic “For everyone”, changing the message for one related to the pandemic. And now it has launched the second, inspired by one of its most emblematic campaigns: “For reasons to believe”, which was launched due to the 2008 crisis. A campaign that is on par with the Bankinter commercial and that they are fighting to be the best Covid-related advertising campaign19.

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The Coca-Cola campaign that invites us to reflect: “Open”

Campaña de Coca-Cola | Open

The new Coca-Cola campaign invites us to reflect and promote union

Coca-Cola is always a brand that has always been encouraging the population. He is the “coach” of consumers, that brand that tells us that everything is worth it. It is a brand that whenever there has been a crisis, has launched a campaign of encouragement. We all remember that fantastic “Reasons for believing in a better world” that we place in the n.2 position of the best Coca-Cola ads. Or “Te tocó nacer acá” that wanted to lift the spirits of the Argentine country.

Now, at a time where trolls, negative comments, discussions and Trump are on the internet, the brand has wanted to put a point of sanity. For this, it has launched a global campaign that invites us to reflect on everything we are doing.

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The Coca-Cola Commercial encourages us to waste less with “Let’s live more returnable”

“Let’s live more returnable” It is the last Coca-Cola commercial that encourages us to be more sustainable by returning waste.

In the telling, advertising agency we love the advertising campaigns carried out in Argentina. There is a lot of talent and creativity in the country, qualities that are rewarded year after year at the Cannes Advertising Festival. And more particularly, the creative department of Coca-Cola that has been providing great advertising campaigns for years.

So we remember the fantastic “Being Parents” where they explained the ups and downs of a couple and their first child. They have also had time to claim with “You had to be born here.”

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The Best Coca-Cola vs Pepsi commercials

Best Coca-Cola vs Pepsi Commercials

We analyze the century-old rivalry between Coca-Cola and Pepsi through its advertising campaigns.

Coca-Cola and Pepsi have been battling for control of the territories for more than 100 years. A story that began in 1886 when Dr. John Stith Pemberton invented a syrup in Atlanta called Coca-Cola. Only eight years later, Pepsi came into being, created by Caleb Bradham, another pharmacist based in New Bern, North Carolina.

With large investments in advertising and a powerful distribution network, Pepsi became the favorite beverage in the United States. Coca-Cola did not stay behind and began to counterattack to regain market share. A battle that peaked in 1975 when Pepsi launched the “Pepsi Challenge” and won Coca-Cola in a blind taste test.

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Coca-Cola Offside: Sports journalism and women

Coca-Cola Offside is an initiative in the United Arab Emirates to reclaim the role of women in sports journalism.

In the Middle East, an authentic revolution is taking place. Young women push hard to change customs rooted in the Arab countries, traditionally male chauvinist. This opening of society, pushed by the demand of the new generations is breaking all kinds of barriers. The brands want to be well positioned for when the new generations embrace change. Audi recently reminded us that women could already drive in Saudi Arabia. And Coca-Cola wanted to claim sports journalism.

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The Coca-Cola commercial to celebrate Premier League sponsorship

Coca-Cola celebrates the sponsorship of the Premier League with a tribute to all hobbies.

Coca-Cola has reached an agreement with the Premier League to be the main sponsor. For three years, the company will seek to boost the brand’s growth as well as amplify the audience of its healthiest brands: Diet Coke and Zero Sugar.

To celebrate he has made a campaign to honor all the hobbies of the Premier League. “Where Everyone Plays”, tells the story of the fans; from employees of clubs to real spectators, and how they live those situations in which they express their passion for their team.

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The beautiful Coca-Cola Commercial: “Together is Beautiful”

The Coca-Cola commercial celebrates diversity with a beautiful animation movie: “Together is Beautiful”

The ads of Coca-Cola do not usually leave indifferent. They are usually cut by the same way, but have the ability to continue surprising us. This is the case of “Together is Beautiful”, the last Coca-Cola commercial to celebrate diversity.

The commercial was aired during the Super Bowl break (you can see the best ads here). While millions of friends, families and rivals were gathered watching the game, Coca-Cola launched a commercial to remember that the differences are always beautiful.

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The Coca-Cola Christmas ad recovers its legendary truck

The Coca-Cola Christmas ad is a tribute to the 1995 announcement.

Coca-Cola could not miss Christmas ads. The American brand was a pioneer in its day in what Christmas ads are concerned, but they were different times. Each year they have continued to show ads for these dates but always under a classic style that has been outdated. Even more if brands such as John Lewis or Sainsbury’s have gone a step further by applying Storytelling to their Christmas campaigns.

But for this occasion, Coca-Cola has decided to recover the legendary ad of 1995. At that time, the spots were only broadcasted in prime time on television. So if you had a lot of money you could be the center of attention for all consumers. Coca-Cola decided to spend a million in production to make the Christmas ads of the trucks.

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Top5: The best advertising ads for Coca-Cola

We reviewed the five best Coca-Cola commercials throughout its history.

John Pemberton couldn’t think when he devised a medicinal drink in 1886 that would become the most consumed soft drink in the world. And even less than after placing a first ad in the Atlanta Journal would become an example to follow by the big brands throughout history.

“Delicious! Refreshing! Stimulating! Invigorating!”. Was the first Coca-Cola advertising ad in the newspaper, with no text or images, only the company’s motto at that time, and in 1889 they began hiring artists to design their advertisements.

Today we are going to try an (impossible) exercise to review the five best Coca-Cola commercials. A totally subjective list that we encourage you to complete with your contributions in the comments. Without further delay, we will see the five best Coca-Cola commercials.
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Festival Bottle, a Coca-Cola campaign to reconnect with Romanian Teens

Festival Bottle its the new Coca-Cola campaign to reconnect with Rumanian Teens on their ground.

Awareness about sugar consumption is a trend that is hurting corporate sugary drinks. More and more new generations choose with criteria those products and drinks that they use in their habitual diet.

Although the efforts of multinationals to eliminate sugar from their products while maintaining the flavor, it is true that the advertising made in all this time has contributed to associated they brand image to sugar.

Now all campaigns are aimed at regaining consumer confidence in their products. An example is the latest Coca-Cola campaign to reconnect with Rumanian Teens on their ground.

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A Coca-Cola napkin holder for capturing photographs in 360 degrees

Coca-Cola creates a napkin holder for capturing photographs in 360 degrees.

We like the initiatives launched by the subsidiaries of the big brands in different countries. Always under a common communication but granting some creative freedom that allows to create original marketing actions. The examples of the Ikea advertising campaigns or the marketing actions of Nescafé are clear.

In this case we talk about an original initiative of Coca-Cola Spain by turning the typical napkin holder into a 360 degree camera with which you can connect via smartphone.

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