POWERFUL, CREATIVE, AND FIRECEST/AGGRESSIVE BRAND MARKETING
Globally Seen some Creative Marketing Strategies and some Unique Advertisements and some are Extreme Marketing tactics. Firecest Marketing also.
• Some Best Marketing
Advertising Ideas That
• Some are Extreme, Some
are Wonderful. . .But
worth to watch. . . .!!
Enjoy. . .
• First, Let’s begins with
Wars…..Here we go…………
• BMW V/s Mercedes
BMW took on Mercedes. “A Mercedes can also
bring driving pleasure.”
• Pepsi V/s Coke
The Joy of Pepsi. Undoubtedly, Pepsi and Coca-Cola are the most successful brands in the
world. Introduced in the year 1886 and 1903, respectively, both were rivals to each other
trying to dominate the carbonated soft drinks market. Since the very first day, both brands got
into a global advertisement war through print ads and video ads, trying to lead each other
• Fedex V/s DHL
“FedEx Trucks Are One Step Ahead.” FedEx's brand is almost entirely dependent on their big
white trucks. FedEx knows how iconic their trucks are, and what a great tool they can be for
• The Hindu V/s Times of India
The recent ad war between print media giants Hindu and Times of India was a little contrary to the routine
frenzy of ad wars. Unusually, this war for readership proved to be more educational for the readers, rather than
being an entertaining skit.
While the Times of India launched its „Wake Up!' campaign, provoking the readers (mainly targeted at
Chennai readers) to shift from the newspaper that puts them to sleep with its boring and dreary news (indirectly
pointing out at the Hindu), Hindu hit back with the tag line „Stay Ahead of the Times' – telling the readers to
move out of the Bollywood and page 3 gossips and take up the news that is relevant to current affairs of the
country and the world.
• Pepsi V/s Coca cola
Another example of the soft drink war.
• Burger King V/s McDonald's
Competitive advertisement is not legal in every country, but in some it is. Here's a
good example which shows the competition between Burger King and McDonalds.
Trying to cover his body with a trench coat, Ronald McDonald prefers to go to Burger
Kingfisher Airlines V/s Jet Airways
Jet Airways, one of the leading Airways in India, announced to their
customers that they have changed. Kingfisher Airlines whipped them
by saying, "We made them change."
Now Let’s See Some
Ads that Seen