October 10, 2011 : BY Motorola
Faster. Thinner. Smarter. Stronger.
coming soon from motorola,
just released smartphone,
when will Motorola learn from Apple in keeping the Advertisements clear enough for Lay man to understand? when will these promotional campaigns move away from the red and black sci-fi that doesn’t say a thing about how the product makes a difference in the life of the customer. When can they really excite a customer watching the Advertisement instead of asking them to get excited watching a stupid commercial which means nothing to the audience. Motorola.. you reinvented yourself betting on android it is time you reinvent your Ad campaigns.
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Couldn’t be more correct on that vammy. Simple and sweet is the way to go. “Hardcore” tech people usually will know the “who, what, when, where, why” of a phone before its on store shelves, they dont need an ad to be sold on the product. It’s the “casuals” you have to impress. As vammy has said the red black sci fi ads with droid products just doesnt say much to the average consumer. They already expect newer phones to be faster thinner etc
I like the Ad. Hopefully future ads will give us more details, like the device’s name and some technical details – such as how thin, how fast, how, how smart, and how tough.
Damn good thing I really like my Bionic, or I would be rather mad that something else is coming already.
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