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It looks like it was art directed by someone who took one advertising class at a community college. That's probably that "something." Are the CDs doing anything there?

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toier
Activity Score 24

i like it

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you can't be serious.

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Do you like Flock of Seagulls, too?

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Leland
Activity Score 95

looks disgusting

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jorj
Activity Score 638

The colors over gray are cartoonish.

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krautland
Activity Score 3216

whatever.

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i like these

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Pretty cool. Nice use of an outdoor board.

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Fun campaign.

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Did the agency write all the good comments here? because there can't be that many people with bad taste.

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Fun, as in "I have fun listening to Abba"?

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Donatos deserves a campaign sop much better. This is junk. Just bad.

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she has men hands

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FULLYLOADED
Activity Score 83

This could be any pizzy joint....All pizza has cheese that stretches so I'm not been told WHY this pizza is different to any others. No USP..

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maranca82
Activity Score 422

So then how do you go about selling a parody product that is no different than its competitors? If you can portray a simple benefit in a memorable (aka creative) way, you can still sell effectively - so long as it's your product and your product alone which owns the simple benefit in the minds of the consumer.

That being said, I'm not a fan of this billboard. Seems done to me; where's the innovation?

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That's the key: "in a memorable way." This campaign is not. It's not even close.

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Bland layout. Bland colors. Bland font. Bland idea.

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I like the idea a lot, but something about the execution does not induce my desire for pizza.

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It looks like it was art directed by someone who took one advertising class at a community college. That's probably that "something." Are the CDs doing anything there?

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