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Carmilla’s mom used her to seduce girls for sacrifices to keep her powers, but she fell in love with one of her marks.
With the help of cute little puppets, we found out more about Carmilla’s life and character in a single episode than in the 19 previous.
She then intoned cigarette ad slogans ("Cal-l-l for-r-r Phil-lip Mor-ray-ssss") from the early 1950s when Philip Morris sponsored the "I Love Lucy" show.
You can check out that clip, and other favorite advertisements hand-selected by me and the Atlantic staff, in the gallery below. Its focus is on crafting a compelling argument that will encourage you, with the delivery of "new news," to buy something right away.
Any memory that will predispose you to view the brand in a more positive light than its alternatives is a plus.
ALL ABOUT GOOD VIBRATIONSAs demonstrated by my friend, advertising memories can last decades.
(Also, maybe Carmilla likes Laura and was flirting with her—not trying to eat her—at a party a few episodes before?
) Speaking of flirting, the fact that Laura and Carmilla are destined to be a couple is blatantly showcased in “Blame Enough for All” where they share some alone time after La Fontaine is captured by Will, an evil vampire masquerading as a frat bro.
Sheridan La Fanu that is considered to be the first example of vampire fiction by some scholars.
I was having dinner with friends the other evening, and one of the guests made a familiar statement. For those of us in marketing, this is a familiar thing to hear. Companies expect advertising to produce returns, just like any other investment.
companies would not invest billion (yes, that's the size of TV's ad market) in something they thought didn't work.
No one likes to think that they are easily influenced.
In fact, there is plenty of evidence to suggest that we respond negatively to naked attempts at persuasion.
Here, the objective is to seed positive ideas and memories that will attract you to the brand. Advertisers have little control over how audiences receive their message.