Is six seconds long enough for an advertisement to woo a potential customer? The corporate executives who place short, "bumper ads" on the video-based social media service, Youtube, think so. Now, research published in the International Journal of Electronic Marketing and Retailing, shows what kind of content in bumper ads is most engaging for Youtube users. Ultimately, the insights could help guide advertisers hoping to improve brand awareness and consumer attitude towards a product, and ultimately increase sales. Youtube introduced this ad format in
Creating impactful ads that drive Sales is a lifetime pursuit for many creatives. But, for the most part, events such as Cannes Lions showcase million and multi-million-pound campaigns that have been worked on by global teams over months and months, guided by client teams, themselves with multiple roles dedicated to advertising. Most businesses have neither that amount of time nor money to spend on their ad campaign. But advertising plays a huge role in propelling businesses to profit. No business can afford to avoid advertising.
This Instructable will show you how to pull a dent from a plastic bumper cover. In this case, the dent was in a or thereabouts Honda Civic, but I'm sure many other cars are similar. I didn't have a camera handy when I did this, but I'll try to explain. I couldn't make it work in this case, but it's easy and worth a try. If you wait too long, there will still be a trace of the dent when you pull it. Plastic creeps when it's under stress for a long time. Tools and Materials: -vacuum cleaner ordinary household may work, or a shop vac, use the strongest one available -tape duct tape or masking tape - flower pot or bucket with hole in the bottom.
It was released as the third single from her fifth album, Nightclubbing. When re-released in , it peaked at number 12 in the UK. The song sparked some controversy for its suggestive lyrics as these figuratively describe sexual intercourse and fellatio , prompting some radio stations in the United States to refuse to broadcast it. Over the years, "Pull Up to the Bumper" has been remixed several times. The original inch single featured the unedited album master recording as an extended mix of 6m45s.