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  • #31
    Originally posted by DenverBlood View Post
    Lol all this discussion and noone even points out that this link is not the correct link to the commercial shown during the Super Bowl?

    I had the tv on silent and I still knew as soon as I played it that this was incorrect. Go to YouTube and search it. The correct link says official dodge ram commercial for the Super Bowl.

    I would post but I'm on my phone and don't want to mess with it. It was an alright commercial. Far from the best though.
    I would say it didn't make that great of an impression though if all of you didn't even realize this isn't the correct commercial.

    Or you just didn't rewatch this.
    Yeah, ok. I youtube and title it God made a farmer Paul Harvey. I saw that one I posted.




    Cause there were 3 total pictures of the Dodge truck.

    Either way, the images are basically the same.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by thenewera44 View Post
      Yeah, ok. I youtube and title it God made a farmer Paul Harvey. I saw that one I posted.




      Cause there were 3 total pictures of the Dodge truck.

      Either way, the images are basically the same.
      Which is 3 more than the one you posted which matters since it was a Dodge advertisement. Like said it obviously made an impression on me since I knew as soon as I started your video that it was not the correct video.

      And the pictures weren't the same at all.
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      • #33
        Originally posted by RealBronco View Post

        Doesn't really matter for me... like I said above, the Dodge commercial chose to finally acknowledge the people that are more likely to buy their product...and acknowledge that their life is not all easy or 9-5 behind a desk etc.

        GoDaddy just needs to stop. Especially since they are pro government control of the internet.
        Well I agree with your stance on Go Daddy I was just saying that they use the shock value to have people remember their commerical and it works since everyone remembers the commerical and who it is for. Still doesn't make the commerical good in the sense that you wanted to watch it, but as far as making people remember it they did a good job.

        Now the Dodge I know I wasn't the target audience so that easily explains why I don't remember what it was for. Again it was a good commercial for the target audience. Commercials all have their target audience that they are trying to hit home with and you aren't going to attract everyone. Commericals are such a hit or miss because what is considered a terrible commercial really isn't most of the time like the Go Daddy because it did what it was ment to do. Just like the dodge one did what it was suppose to do.

        The real bad commercials are the ones you don't remember lol.




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        • #34
          Originally posted by #87Birdman View Post
          Well I agree with your stance on Go Daddy I was just saying that they use the shock value to have people remember their commerical and it works since everyone remembers the commerical and who it is for. Still doesn't make the commerical good in the sense that you wanted to watch it, but as far as making people remember it they did a good job.

          Now the Dodge I know I wasn't the target audience so that easily explains why I don't remember what it was for. Again it was a good commercial for the target audience. Commercials all have their target audience that they are trying to hit home with and you aren't going to attract everyone. Commericals are such a hit or miss because what is considered a terrible commercial really isn't most of the time like the Go Daddy because it did what it was ment to do. Just like the dodge one did what it was suppose to do.

          The real bad commercials are the ones you don't remember lol.
          I wouldn't say that the GoDaddy comemrcial necissarily worked just because you remember it.

          Yes I remember how disgusting it was too watch. But I have no interest nor have I ever had interest in using GoDaddy's prodcut. And the commercials are a big reason why. so i nthat essence their commercials are a failure not a success.

          Simply remembering it doesn't necissarily = effective.
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          • #35
            Originally posted by #87Birdman View Post
            Well I agree with your stance on Go Daddy I was just saying that they use the shock value to have people remember their commerical and it works since everyone remembers the commerical and who it is for. Still doesn't make the commerical good in the sense that you wanted to watch it, but as far as making people remember it they did a good job.

            Now the Dodge I know I wasn't the target audience so that easily explains why I don't remember what it was for. Again it was a good commercial for the target audience. Commercials all have their target audience that they are trying to hit home with and you aren't going to attract everyone. Commericals are such a hit or miss because what is considered a terrible commercial really isn't most of the time like the Go Daddy because it did what it was ment to do. Just like the dodge one did what it was suppose to do.

            The real bad commercials are the ones you don't remember lol.
            They definitely know the effectiveness of shock advertising, which is why they also choose to have Danica Patrick presumably prance around naked etc.

            The funny thing is that for all of their exploits, I've never once visited their site. In the past they've used the whole: "want to see more?" bait to get people to go to their site...I'm not sure if they believed people would really think they'd actually get to see her naked on the site or what but unless GoDaddy is a porn site, that probably wasn't the case haha.

            I'm still not even really sure what GoDaddy does... something about webhosting? It's like they're the new GeoCities or something? I don't know.

            Either way, I don't really begrudge them for their advertising techniques...there have been worse commercials out there. They know what they're doing and they know it works.

            As far as the farmer commercial goes, I don't even care that it's a truck commercial hidden in there. I just like it because it's like the military recognition commercials we see during the SB every year, only someone finally decided to recognize the people that make our food for once.

            I didn't really get to pay attention to many of the commercials this year because I was at work, so I'm sure I missed a couple more good ones than I saw. I felt like overall they were on par with the mediocrity of recent SB commercials.
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            • #36
              I'm surprised nobody posted this yet:
              http://articles.marketwatch.com/2013...lout-money-god

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              To be read in the voice of Paul Harvey.

              And on the eighth day God looked down on his planned paradise and said, “I need someone who can flip this for a quick buck.”

              So God made a banker.

              God said, “I need someone who doesn’t grow anything or make anything but who will borrow money from the public at 0% interest and then lend it back to the public at 2% or 5% or 10% and pay himself a bonus for doing so.”

              So God made a banker.

              God said, “I need someone who will take money from the people who work and save, and use that money to create a dotcom bubble and a housing bubble and a stock bubble and an oil bubble and a commodities bubble and a bond bubble and another stock bubble, and then sell it to people in Poughkeepsie and Spokane and Bakersfield, and pay himself another bonus.”

              So God made a banker.

              God said, “I need someone to build homes in the swamps and deserts using shoddy materials and other people’s money, and then use these homes as collateral for a Ponzi scheme he can sell to pensioners in California and Michigan and Sweden. I need someone who will then foreclose on those homes, kick out the occupants, and switch off the air conditioning and the plumbing, and watch the houses turn back into dirt. And then pay himself another bonus.”

              God said, “I need someone to lend money to people with bad credit at 30% interest in order to get his stock price up, and then, just before the loans turn bad, cash out his stock and walk away. And who, when asked later, will, with a tearful eye, say the government made him do it.”

              God said, “And I need somebody who will tell everyone else to stand on their own two feet, but who will then run to the government for a bailout as soon as he gets into trouble — and who will then use that bailout money to help elect a Congress that will look the other way. And then pay himself another bonus.”

              So God made a banker.

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              • #37
                BEST Super Bowl commercial I ever seen, hands down, PERIOD!!!
                sigpicoh YEAH?

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