The difference between left wing sponsors and right wing sponsors and Ad Reads. More from Ryan Long.
How advertising has changed in the coronavirus era. It’s still as stupid as ever, but now trying to invoke your sense of fear as much as pique your desires. More from Computing Forever.
We’ve seen how so much advertising in Europe and North America has turned “woke,” meaning the boys are made to look like girls and all of them live in some sort of Leftist dystopian Hell. You can always count on the Left to ruin everything they see. What’s one place where you don’t have to put up with this Leftist bull? Thailand! More from No Bullshit.ARVE Error: need id and provider
By now, everyone’s familiar with the uproar and outrage over the new Gillette commercial that tried to demonize white men and make all of them appear as sexist pigs. Needless to say, Gillette sales have been plummeting because most men, even the biggest pussies, don’t appreciate that negative portrayal.
Guess what? Turns out the original ad was even worse — but YouTube allowed Gillette to remove and re-edit the ad without having to lose traffic counts. Here, HighImpactFlix shows the changes that were made and asks, “They clearly edited this AFTER they uploaded it. Why did they take THIS part out? Hmmmmmm….”
Hmmm, indeed. All we can say: Screw you, Gillette. We not buying your blades or razors again. And, as far as YouTube goes, we already knew they were deceitful crooks. They post rules so they can screw over conservatives but then allow big companies to bypass the same “rules.” In other words, typical Democratic liars.
Paul Joseph Watson has it right: That was the worst an ad can get. Especially highlighting a Liberal, man-hating asswipe like Ana Kasparian, the co-host of The Young Turks. Glad to see Gillette so interested in the Turkish market and disinterested in selling any razors or blades in America.
Caught attending an international confab in Davos, Switzerland, the chief executive officer of Procter & Gamble, David Taylor, defended the ad on Thursday. He told CNBC’s Sara Eisen, “There is an issue with tox masculinity.” He went on to describe the negative reaction to the video as coming from a “well organized but small number’ of people.ARVE Error: need id and provider
And, in case you were wondering, Mr. Reagan offers a taste of “what the makers of the Gillette Ad were REALLY trying to say.”ARVE Error: need id and provider
Obviously, we need to extend the boycott to Proctor and Gamble’s full range of cheesy products. Here are some other P&G products you can easily do without. At least, most have adequate and perfectly acceptable competition, so if Procter & Gamble wants to be so snide and uppity, make ’em pay for it!
After learning that new YouTube videos featuring swear words are being demonetized or at least experiencing cuts in pay, Chris Ray Gun accepts the challenge of generating strictly “advertiser friendly” videos of current, racy news accounts.ARVE Error: need id and provider
Paul Joseph Watson also touches on modern advertising in the wake of Black Friday. The big thing now: Re-branding conformity as authenticity.ARVE Error: need id and provider
Republicans are no longer making nice with the Democrats. Now, the GOP is releasing a new campaign ad that calls these monsters exactly what they are: “Unhinged.” Jesse Watters presents the new ad and solicits reactions from actor Dean Cain and Candace Owens, director of urban engagement at Turning Point USA. More from Fox News.ARVE Error: need id and provider
Some major corporations are drastically cutting back their online advertising after discovering it is just not that effective in driving product purchases. Seems as if there are too many bots accessing ads, and also “click farms” that distort the worth of online advertising. Stefan Molyneux surveys the changing field and wonders about the future of online advertising.