I recently finished a hub on Geico's advertising campaign. In my opinion they are the most successful advertising company and for the most part solely based. If you think you know a company which has some amazing advertising strategies write away! What makes them great? Their overall success? How did they emerge a "brand."
Feel free to challenge my Geico hub
http://romper20.hubpages.com/hub/Why-Ge … ing-Tycoon
Etrade ads have always cracked me up. Just an idea.
I read your hub and humbly decline your challenge.
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