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Topic: Monster

Monster Created a Masterpiece of Twitter Trolling With This Brilliant Super Bowl Post

BBDO's intentional snafu rewarded clicks and keen eyes

Faking out your followers on Twitter is quickly becoming a tired tactic for attention, but Monster still deserves a round of applause for its Super Bowl social stunt. BBDO New York…

Will $2 Billion Monster Purchase Caffeinate Coke’s Sales?

Soda maker buys 17% stake in energy drink brand

The Coca-Cola Co. has spent a reported $2.15 billion on a big share in energy drink maker Monster Beverage Corp. in a move to expand further into the energy drink…

'Stuntbrofessional' Satires Energy Drink Marketing in NOS Digital Campaign

Coke-owned brand prefers to look legit

Coca-Cola's NOS Energy Drink takes stupidity to a "hiiire" level in a mind-meltingly over-the-top series of digital clips mocking the marketing tactics used by competitor brands like Monster and Red…

Adweek's Top 10 Commercials of the Week: Feb. 8-15

Long-haired babies and short-haired kitties, tiny beers and giant noses

With the Super Bowl out of the way, advertisers who didn't have almost $4 million to blow can resume their previously scheduled programming. There were a bunch of visually striking spots…

Ad of the Day: Monster

BBDO tells the soul-sucking story of a modern-day office Pinocchio

You love your job. You wake up every morning, and that's what you tell yourself. Then you go to the office. And you're beset by superficial motivational posters, senseless meetings with…

Monster helps monster leave a dead-end job

After a rough, painful night spent trying unsuccessfully to frighten kids, a bogeyman turns to Monster.com in this BBDO spot and finds a less stressful gig as a…

Monster can fix your rampant incompetence

The BBDO spot above, for job-search site Monster.com, explains why doctors shouldn't bring their untrained doofus friends to work with them. The same is true for crime scene investigators, as…

Let the battle of the monster job sites begin

Job-search advertising is getting truly monstrous this year. We've already written about Fallon's new ads for The Ladders, which feature Guilala, a '60s Japanese movie beast so cheap he makes…

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