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Friday, October 02, 2020

Mrs Dees Corner - Video Adverts That Catch Your Attention....


Advert don hold you for work before?





Adverts are one of the ways to attract customers to different products and services. And even though some of the qualities or benefits stated to be in the product can sometimes be exaggerated, viewers are already captivated....


Some video adverts are so good that you are literally hooked each time you watch it and even though one may have no need or interest in the advertised product, you can't help giving them a thumbs up for being entertaining and eliciting laughter from those watching while still retaining the interest of the viewers to their products or services.


On the other hand, a haphazard or shoddy advert leaves you wondering on the relation between the storyline and the product.


One company whose advertorials are always a hit back to back and whose directors and producers deserve an award is the call network with the red logo. Their adverts are always unique and captivating with an interesting storyline and it's always refreshing to watch regardless of the number of times. 


The Nigerian company popular for their cow produce with a slogan that prompts their consumers to reach for the 'highest point' did a superb job with their daughter-in-law/mother-in-law bond advert and it was a perfect example highlighting uniqueness in differing personalities without causing a strain.


I was left 'ohhing and awwing' at the beautiful relationship between both even with their difference in taste as portrayed in the advert and it left me wishfully thinking it was that perfect in real life. 


Even with a truckload of chores to do in the house, there are adverts that make me pause momentarily and smile while watching.


It's like a silver lining in a very cloudy day.

38 comments:

  1. I so love Airtel's advert especially the manage manage mother's 🀣🀣🀣 I can so relate because na like so my mom will dilute the tiny stew with water and convert it to concortion jollof rice rather than wash it awayπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. I so much love airtel'S adverts. Tailor makanaki got me captivated only to find out at the end it was airtel. Their media team is the bomb.

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    2. Hun? That singer wasn't Teni Makanaki, she's Omolade Oyetundun. Omo 444.


      Me love the song.

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    3. hahahaha xp na tailor i see oh,not teni. I'm sure the person is talking about the latst advert. I so love the 444. Infact all their ads. They always have a story and continuity.

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    4. Yes na, I know that's typographical error, she meant Teni Makanaki(Teniola Apata).
      Many have been arguing blindly over the same issue. Lade Oyetundun is different from teni.


      Though both are:
      Large
      Dark
      Pretty
      Dimpled
      Sultry singers.

      And yes,the same Airtel 444 advert used during the BBNAIJA LOCKDOWN 2020 Show that just ended is what it is.

      Capisce?

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  2. 4 meta is a metaphor... you can request for airtime jor...🎡
    lol I liked that advert so much I was looking for how to download the soundtrack.

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    1. you fit do anything with the number 444...yeah nice advert

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    2. Same here.

      So far Airtel has the best advert

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    3. Everything easy no long thing with 444

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  3. True Mrs Dee
    There are some I even stop and dance to😁😁

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  4. Iya Rainbow and Ngozi Nwosu advert by Airtel make sense die! Very funny

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  5. Indomie ooi. I remembered how i pressured my mum to cook indomie for me just as i saw on TV. She cooked it and i was still waiting for chicken, the woman told me chicken will appear in my stomach after eating. Chai mothers judgment will start with us o. Me i have started my own legendary lies with the kidsπŸ˜‚

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣i use to think when one cooks indomie,it will come out the same it is on the pack with the big chickenπŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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    2. Hahaha... This ladybird comment is so funny.

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  6. Airtel should use the energy they use to produce amazing ads to improve their network. Or they should join nollywood with their amazing story line

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    1. Gbam. Their network needs lots of improvement. I love their adverts anyways.

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  7. Cocoacola
    Pepsi
    Heineken
    They are all football adverts tho and quiet nice

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  8. Growing up,God is good Osondi Owendi advert using dancing cartoons finished me.I will pause at 7pm till they are done.

    Presently,Airtel My tailor no dey disappoint advert is doing same thing to me

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  9. Abeg jor jor jor, use the number 4 4 4, I love this advert. Back in the days, coca cola used to give us good adverts back to back

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  10. 1.444 opor opor, 444 issa metaphor
    2. Corona na the virus wey dey worry human being, e no get leg but e dey Waka from person to person...
    3. Africa independent television. AIT AIT...
    4. Mama do good oooo
    5. 0809ja for life

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  11. Yes o. I went to buy hypo bleach cos of Mr Macaroni!!!

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  12. Betnaija does the worst advert in the country. The advertising department of that company should all be taken to other departments (I'm careful not to say that they should be fired cos that's what I'll do if it was my company). Thank God the heard the uproar and decided to pull their, "my team is winning" and "mad o" advert and replace it with the Don jazzy and Ebuka advert.

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    1. That is not Betnaija please


      It is another betting company

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    2. That is not Betnaija please


      It is another betting company

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    3. That was my best advert"my team is winning"...the music intro and their acts.

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  13. I can never forget MTNs 'O Jerry' advert. Babes were falling in love😊

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  14. I love Coca cola adverts. Heavy budget production worth its expenditure.

    One that made me over munch was the Cadbury's Chocolate Spread, the advert by Aunty Joke Silva and her kids. The excitement, the laughter, I spread taya.
    Wonder what made Cadbury stop the product.

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    1. Their products are somehow expensive to the common man tho they are of good quality.Like that chocolate sachet is not really moving cos they increased the price and so people had to switch.This is buhari's regime.

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    2. Oh so sad. The spread I think stopped before the buhari times.
      Nigeria went 20 years backward.
      #painful

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  15. I love that glo advert with shaggi, sola sobowale and patience ozokwor. Especially when he said he wanted to marry Sola sobowale's daughter and she slapped the phone and it affected where he was. Super funny ad.Never tired if it
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  16. Babe my team is loosing,but am winning 😁😁

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  17. Airtel na baba for advert but their network na wash.

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  18. You like that advertisement?? Wow

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  19. As far as I'm concerned...the Mercedes advert was the best for me. When the devil appeared in the car and said sorry but the brakes mehn...nice concept from start to finish.

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