Digital camera market is full of advertising gibberish boasting high number of megapixel designed to lure consumer and beginner photographers into believing that more megapixel equals better picture and a better camera.
I recently came across the ad below. It’s an example of a classic comparative advertising where one brand attacks another. This particular ad caught my attention because the players seemed to have switched position from just a few years ago. This time, Nissan attacks Hyundai. Why is this interesting?
This is a clip from one of the TV ads for Dyson Ball vacuum cleaner. You can see a lazy person vacuuming around everything; toys, dog bowl, dining room chair, etc to show you how the Dyson Ball handles curves. In reality, however, it’d be much easier if you moved those things before vacuuming. In […]
While I was searching for a new hosting company I came across this Hostgator’s web hosting offers. Take a look at the three options. If you look closely and compare the Baby Plan (middle) with the Business Plan (third option), you’ll notice that the Business Plan has everything that the Baby Plan has plus couple […]