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2015 has come to and end. It’s time to look back and count all marketing fails that have happened, including Heinz, Lexus, Amazon, etc. Can’t wait for fails of 2016!!!Read more
After looking at these images I had only one thought in my mind: “Someone had one job…and failed”. Whatever the size of the shop is, retail stores can‘t be immune to (accidental?) fails – whether that’s an ill-chosen photograph, a grammatical error, or just pure weirdness. Here are my top picks of failures found in brick-and-mortar stores. #1. The phone that should float on water looks more like Titanic#2. #backtoschool#3. Wow, they have Red Hot Chilly Paper! I hope they have...
As Scott Stratten once said, “Every time you use a QR code for something and don’t think it through, a kitten dies”. And you know what? He’s right. Filled with cringe-worthy cases of misplaced and misused QR Codes, terrible tweets, Stratten‘s book QR Codes Kill Kittens is divided into four chapters arguing against QR codes:They don’t work. Nobody likes them. They are selfish. They take up valuable time better spent elsewhere. Yes, it is as simple as those reasons above....
Admit it - whenever you hear about counterfeit merchandise, you think about China, don’t you? It looks like there’s no one stopping the Chinese when it comes to counterfeiting the most popular brands from all over the world, including Nike, Apple, and Heineken.No matter how illegal it is, there is probably a bootleg for anything you wear, use or find at home. If you love a good laugh, sit back and enjoy these creations. By the way, if you like this gallery of 24 masterpieces, you’ll...
When you see an exceptionally bad promo video, do you ever wonder what exactly the planning meeting for it was like (if there ever was one, of course)? Were they actually thinking the idea was great and could boost their sales? I’m even more interested in who the hell could approve those terrible commercials? “Hey, that’s some pretty crazy shit we got here. Amazing! Let’s publish it!”.Read also11 brand names that sound really wrong in foreign language12 biggest font fails in...
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