christmas adverts

An independent hardware shop might have made the Christmas advert of the year – and for only £100. Hafod Hardware in Powys, Wales, made the festive spot on a tiny budget compared to the likes of John Lewis, Walkers and Burberry, who are known to spend millions. The advert features a young lad called Arthur set up the shop with his family.
We take our hat off to you H&M.  It’s no secret that 2016 hasn’t been up there with our favourite years so far, but we think
Read more on The Huffington Post This year’s Apple Christmas advert sends a message of openness and inclusivity, and it couldn’t
Watch the advert, above.  The one minute, 20 second clip portrays lifelong friends and, according to Amazon: ... tells a
Other acclaimed directors who created advertisements include David Lynch, David Fincher, and many people who are not named
Donald Trump might have won the election, but do not fear because the John Lewis christmas advert has arrived just in time
Yes, it's only 4th November.
Argos has beaten John Lewis to become the first major brand to launch its Christmas advertising campaign this year. The catalogue
Christmas ads are supposed to tug at the heartstrings, but porn websites typically inspire a different kind of tugging. Pornhub
Monty the Penguin in the 2014 John Lewis Christmas advert Despite the weeping-inducing qualities of John Lewis Christmas
The verdict is in: Sainsbury's Christmas advert has taken on the goliath that is John Lewis and won - if initial reaction
The Mog campaign will support Save the Children’s work with child literacy around the UK, funding programmes working directly
Children love winter because it signifies the end of school and, the approach of Christmas. Retailers love winter because their sales get a festive-induced spike. And observers and analysts of all things marketing love this time of year because we get........festive adverts. There's a Christmas advert for everyone:
John Lewis's hotly anticipated 2014 Christmas advert starring Monty the Penguin generated an online frenzy last week. But
Sainsbury's has recreated one of the most famous moments from World War One in its 2014 Christmas advert, which is a tie