This year has been a brilliant one for Halloween ads. I think this is down to a couple of factors; more money being spent on videos due to the ever-increasing engagement on social media and that the UK is beginning to embrace the commercial holiday.
So, here they are, the top 10 adverts from this year.
When you're scared, you're not the boss #alltheboss
Love this ad, such a simple concept but with a…Continue
Added by Jane Sherwood on October 31, 2014 at 12:00 — No Comments
As we prepare for the commercial holiday that is All Hallows Eve, getting your scary movies ready on Netflix, copious amounts of sweets for the trick-o-treaters which you will inevitably eat yourself. Let's look back at the top creepy Halloween ads created and subsequently banned.
1) K-fee — Ghost Car
2) Phones 4 U - Creepy…
Added by Jane Sherwood on October 30, 2014 at 14:30 — No Comments
I have recently experienced poor customer service. “Really!”, “You don’t say!”, “Haven’t we all?”, you cry, and you’d be right to say that I’m not alone. However, this recent debacle has made me wonder whether businesses are getting this ‘customer service’ lark all wrong.…Continue
Added by James Broadhurst on October 21, 2014 at 18:06 — No Comments
Designed and developed by Jumpstart, the aim of the game is to fly a witch on a broomstick through a spooky sky, whilst avoiding an…Continue
Added by Emma Smith on October 21, 2014 at 11:30 — No Comments
We’ve all heard the analogy of the mind being like an iceberg - 10% is knowable and 90% resides below the surface.
The thing is, if you think of conscious thoughts as being the breeze that blows on the 10% above the surface and your beliefs, values and programming being the current that pushes against the 90% - it’s easy to understand where most of your influence lies. (And that’s the same for your prospects too.)
If your thoughts and beliefs/values aren’t in alignment you will…Continue
Added by Stuart Young on October 17, 2014 at 16:22 — No Comments
In fact, it’s hard for many of us to imagine how we ever did our school homework – or anything for that matter - without it! Of course the world is a very different place to the…Continue
Added by Ardi Kolah on October 13, 2014 at 13:53 — No Comments
We all love a bargain; there’s something satisfying about saving money, especially if you were going to buy the item anyway. Of course if an offer’s too good to resist, it’s easy to give in to temptation and buy it for the sake of it, even if we don’t need it. It’s only four letters, but ‘sale’ has a profound effect on us.
But why is this?
Apparently, our inherent ability to understand the concept of saving is present from a young age, something shown by…Continue