I noticed that it’s been a while since the last one of these, but hey. I’m not trying going to push lackluster content just for the sake of content. Anyways… here we go!
It’s the holiday season. This will help you get into the spirit, or at least inspire you to not be such a damn grinch.
This next video succeeds (1.5 million views) because of the product, not the video quality. It’s a good lesson. Low budget doesn’t have to mean cheap message. Sometimes it’s best to just grab a camera and show people what your product can do.
BTW… I’m planning on buying a can of this stuff and coating the inside of a bowl, then pouring in water. I wonder?
Car makers have shown that they’ll do just about anything to get your eyes on their product. I mean, how many commercials feature cars and trucks that are hydroplaning or doing donuts or weaving or hanging from a crane? Anyway, this next video shows a similar intent but a much better payoff. It’s really great. I don’t say this about car advertising often.
Wish they had shown the landing.
Every wonder what the over 55 crowd is watching online? Yeah, me neither. But this is still pretty interesting. It’s had more than 5 million views!!! Most of which were older folks.
It’s an older man shucking corn… but there is value. Never doubt the power of a good “how to” video. Reminds of the banana video.
OK. This next one is in my top 50 of all time. I’ve gotten choked up every time I watch it. Oh, yeah. It IS an advertisement, but it’s so good it feels like an issue advocacy video. Enjoy.