Ikea got clever with its SEO by changing its product names to real world problems acting like they are the solution to everything from snoring husband or never ending gaming son, IKEA is there to the rescue.
Anyone can make a great beer, but what about a great beer glass? Introducing the DNA glass. Individual beer glasses based on key factors found in DNA. Such as: Alcohol tolerance. Taste and smell sensitivity.
Nothing’s bigger than small business. Why? because small businesses create jobs. They are in fact the main creator, with 67% of the jobs created coming from small businesses. And while it sounds like it's part of the U.S.
It's exactly 4 seconds into this ad that I figure out the "surprising twist" that will tie it all together, but I love watching little kids all dressed up act as if movie in stars in a cinematic version of Shakesphere, so it has my full attention anyway.
I was ready to love every second of this when it began. An old man seemingly lonely in a big house, empty apart from his loyal dog, receives a "English for beginners" package in the mail. Soon there's post-it notes everywhere and loud practicing while having a bath.
Award-winning French chef, Joel Robuchon, teamed up with Air France for exclusive culinary creations. For one week, foodies will be able to order exclusive meals created by Joel Robuchon and prepared in his new L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon restaurant.
Brack is an online retailer. To celebrate Christmas, they decide to focus on bad feelings and bad gifts instead of the usual happy stuff. Oscar nominated director Patrik Eklund helmed this painfully awkward and funny spot featuring two scientists in a remote lab somewhere.