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If you’ve got an extra few million lying around there still may be time you get your Super Bowl ad on TV in your local market. So, here’s some advice on how to create one:
Use a baby, or an animal. Babies work especially well if they: a) Talk. b) Sing. c) Dance.
Regarding animals, dogs are preferred. However, chimps, baboons, guerrillas, lizards, mice, frogs, pigs, cats, chickens, rabbits, squirrels, raccoons, goldfish, ostriches, any kind of bear, and elephants are all acceptable. Avoid snakes and insects. And, as with babies, talking, singing or dancing is highly recommended. Good luck!
What’s contributed greatly to Apple’s success is great marketing. As most people know Steve Jobs was a big believer in great, smart, creative marketing. It’s something he believed in from the very beginning of Apple.
This incredibly powerful campaign has been picking up steam since it began a couple years ago. It’s very well produced, very well designed, and took a lot of courage for on-camera ex-Mormons to do.
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