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Top Commercials of history: “Bouncing Balls”, by Sony

Top Commercials of History: "Bouncing Balls" by Sony

We analyze the best commercial of the first decade of this century: “Bouncing Balls”, by Sony.

It was the year 2005 when Sony launched its Bravia TV, whose colors were unrivaled in the products of the competition. And his advertising campaign was not going to be left behind. The campaign “Color like no other” marked a turning point in the world of advertising, the kick-off to what we know today as “Branded Content” bringing together dozens of bloggers taking photos at the set.

More than 250,000 colored balls were used and the budget exceeded 25 million dollars. The objective? create a strong visual impact but convey a simple message: “Color like no others”. Today, in our top commercials of history, we analyze Sony’s “Bouncing Balls”: The best commercial of the decade.

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Five best advertising campaigns of Pepsi

Mejores anuncios de Pepsi

We reviewed Pepsi’s five best advertising advertisements throughout its history.

The history of Pepsi begins in 1893 in New Ber, North Carolina. Caleb Bradham, a pharmaceutical chemist, devised this drink to help digestion and act  as a stimulant. Known at the beginning as the “Brad Drink”, it was a mixture of carbonated water, sugar, pepsin, nut extract, vanilla and “strange oils”. In 1898 Brad would rename his star drink combining the words of Pepsina and Cola. The Pepsi-Cola was born.

After some crisis and changes of ownership, during the Great Depression it became the second most famous soft drink in the world behind Coca-Cola. Thanks to aggressive promotions such as offering double the Pepsi-Cola for the same price (a 12-ounce bottle for only 5 cents) it got a very positive response from consumers.

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The 40 most famous covers of American magazines

40 covers most famous of American Magazines

The American Society of Magazine Editors has compiled a list of the 40 most famous covers of American magazines.

The American Society of Magazine Editors (Asme) has compiled a list with the 40 most famous covers of North American magazines of the last 40 years.

The compilation gathers those iconic covers that have represented the most outstanding events in modern society in North American culture.

In the list we can see the most representative covers of Esquire, Rolling Stone, Time, National Geographic, The New Yorker or People among others. The cover of the Rolling Stone by John Lennon and Yoko Ono is the most famous of them all. The photograph taken by Annie Leibovitz and was published on January 22, 1981.

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