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Chim-chimney, chim-chimney, chim-chim cher-ee
Those are three words that don't make sense to me
But I'm used to words that don't make sense to me
From all those commercials I see on TV
Allan Sherman, in his parody of "Chim-Chim-Cher-ee"
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An Advertising Campaign is a series of ads, all for the same product or business, which have a unifying theme, cast of characters, or plot. Some ad campaigns come and go and no one really remembers them once they're gone. Then there are the ones that are used for a long time, are extremely effective, or are particularly memorable. Usually, this means that they are working really well.

This is a page for those memorable, notable ad campaigns. (Of course, since There Is No Such Thing as Notability, you can actually add any ad campaign with a wiki page to this index.) See also Advertising Tropes. For the up-to-date auto-index, see this page.


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Apparel

Automobiles and Related

Breakfast Cereal

Computers

Consumer Products

Drinks

Entertainment

Financial Services

  • Peggy (Discover credit cards)

Foodstuffs

Furniture

Infomercials

Insurance

Internet

Personal Care

Pet Care

Politics

Public Service Announcements

Restaurants

Retailers

Software

Sports

Telecom

Toys

  • Digimon Project 2021 — a 4-episode series of shorts promoting the Vital Bracelet Digital Monster toy.
  • itemLabel — a collection of eccentric YouTube and TikTok videos promoting a variety of plush-based collectables, most notably "Peepy".
  • Ultraman Nice — a 20-episode commercial series and an Affectionate Parody of Ultraman, made by Tsuburaya themselves!

Transport

Video Games

Other/Unsorted


 
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Space - Tin Planet Ad

An appropriately B-movie/sci-fi-themed commercial for Space's 1998 album Tin Planet.

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