As we know, TV Tropes doesn't have a notability standard, and at any rate it isn't objectively definable what is or is not "notable". As a result, this page is nothing but an index of commercial campaigns, or in several cases, just a slogan without noting what product it is for. Basically, it's a list of youtube videos of commercials that some troper thought were cool.
Clearly this is not a trope, but I'm not sure what to do with it. Should we move it to Just for Fun, or turn it into an index of those commercial campaigns that we have pages for? Aside from that, we may want to remove the word 'notable' from the name because it's pretty meaningless. Or do we need a page like this in the first place, considering the rest of the internet already does a good job of linking to videos that some person thinks are cool?
I support Advertising Campaigns, and I think it can be considered a genre page that lists works and a brief description. It doesn't necessarily have to be restricted to works that we have trope pages for, but having it may encourage people to make trope pages for individual examples.
Alternative Titles: Notable Commercial Campaigns
18th Jul '13 2:37:43 AM
Vote up names you like, vote down names you don't. Whether or not the title will actually be changed is determined with a different kind of crowner (the Single Proposition crowner). This one just collects and ranks alternative titles.