Advertising, whether you like it or not, is essential to the way we experience media. It allow things like radio stations and alternative newspapers to be free, keeps the internet alive, and really can help you find out about new products and services. And when its done well, its seemless and helpful, and perhaps even creative and enjoyable.
But sometimes, PR firms and ad agencies have pretty unrealistic expectations concerning user reception and social media. Enter Things Real People Don’t Say About Advertising.
It’s your new favorite Tumblr blog: stock photos of diverse individuals, contemplating and engaging with the supposed intentions of all the ads the surround us everyday.
They’ll be a few not everyone gets, but most are solid, and many, downright hilarious.