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Viral kings Rhett and Link, responsible for that I-can’t-believe-it’s-real ad for Ojai Valley Taxidermy, joined forces with The Martin Agency to make the most ridiculous ads for FreeCreditScore.com ever. There are four spots. They involve bubble wrap, llama rodeos, and picnic baskets of doom. Watch some here:
CBS wants to get a tax break for its Super Bowl coverage.
These are the most unintentionally awful ad placements ever.
Google has a new opt out tool.
People aren’t happy about this Nike social media post starring Tiger Woods.
Are these the funniest beer ads of all time? Mashable thinks so.
Mario Diaz is PointRoll’s new CEO. He was previously at the New York Times.
Jonathan Levine, the director of “50/50,” is now on the commercial roster for Caviar, Los Angeles.
Previously on Business Insider Advertising:
- What Twitter Can Learn From Google About Tracking Tweets That Go Viral
- Gillette Has Paid Kate Upton To Persuade Men To Shave … Everywhere
- Here’s Why Nobody In Social Media Marketing Is Making Big Money — Yet
- Here’s What Domestic Violence Ads Look Like In The Middle East
- How Much The World’s Most Iconic Logos Cost Companies To Design Them
- Canada Just Launched An Ad Campaign Against Sexting
- Domino’s Is Offering Slower Delivery Service [THE BRIEF]
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