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When you start analyzing what works across advertising networks today, you start noticing the same trends: The same patterns that result in higher Quality Scores, generate traffic or get you more paying customers are anything but new. Shout out to Swipe Worthy for helping me find many of the vintage ads featured below. Facebook only recently started allowing Branded Content on their platform.
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Modems were the size of radios, the Macintosh computer looked like a typewriter, and laptops reminded us of toolboxes. We may have outlived 3. It took us a mere few decades for us to come this far.
These vintage ads show a time where sexism, racism, and other harmful -isms were commonplace. So, what changed—and why did advertisers think that these would be successful in the first place? That echo chamber led to some pretty tonedeaf ads.
If you want to understand the history and culture of a particular place, looking through their older advertisements would be a great place to start. The advertisement is the glossy, pop cultural meeting point between supply and demand, where marketing pros make clear who they think is buying their product and for what reasons. And as these ads make apparent, marketers have drawn on just about anything to make potential customers' eyes stick.
In the s and s, some of the most popular Yugoslavian artists were hired to do commercial ads for tourist destinations, their airline company and many other products all over ex-Yugoslavia. Due to their beauty and distinct style, renowned artists like Edo Murtic, Milan Vulpe, Janez Trpin and many others went on to create illustrations for foreign destinations and products as well. Yeah it was the time before everyone started jumping on each other, making these ads unique in a sense that these ads were trendy during one of the rare eras when South Slavic Balkans were a peaceful place, trade between the nations was established and tourism was flourishing. You must be logged in to post a comment.