posted on Dec, 14 2019 @ 05:47 AM
I guess there's a first time for everything.
I clicked on an ad today on ATS. It was something I actually needed (amazingly), and something I'd been looking for at work. When I clicked on it I
actually got the information I had hoped to, and the product was actually better than I thought. In this particular case the ad was for some
commercial lighting. But here's the thing...(advertisers and marketing folks might want to take notice of this!)
The advertisement was presented in a non-"baiting" way. It was factual, not flashy. It didn't show some photoshopped animal with 3 heads or a
flying unicorn-giraffe. It didn't repeatedly flash on my screen to annoy me. It didn't promise to boil the oceans or solve world hunger. It just
presented a product. It didn't promise to be free, or to make me rich. It was just the product. And, it got the click. It even got saved to
favorites for later use.
Maybe advertisements should just get back to basics.