MediaRadar’s 12 Ads of Christmas: 11 Cards a-Swiping

This is our second post in the series, following our first article about the year's best holiday car ads entitled 12 Engines Humming. Let's dive into our 11 favorite bank and credit card ads showing around the holiday season. In MediaRadar's rendition of the tune, Eleven Pipers Piping turn into 11 Cards a-Swiping. While these ads don't necessarily relate directly to Christmas, they do play on the general sentiments of the season - anticipation, excitement, and joy.

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MediaRadar’s 12 Ads of Christmas: 12 Engines Humming

For MediaRadar, singing the praise of the season’s latest and greatest ads is what Christmas is really all about. Have you seen our previous 12 Ads of Christmas from last year? Well, this holiday, we’re continuing the tradition. Beginning today, and continuing everyday until Christmas, we'll be posting the best holiday ads across multiple industries, in the styling of the classic, “12 Days of Christmas.”

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4 Juicy Native Ads Related to Thanksgiving Turkey (#4 is Our Favorite!)

Thanksgiving is just days away, so pick out your favorite pair of stretchy pants and grab a fork! While you prepare the roast, we'll whip up the latest in turkey advertising. Join us this year as we dive into Applegate Farms, LLC and its native ads, specifically in digital.

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Nike’s Native Ad Campaign with Colin Kaepernick

Why was Nike's native ad campaign so effective? Because Nike changed the game. By implementing native ads, Nike gathered benefits. By stirring controversy, Nike bred success.

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How is the NFL Advertising Game Changing?

How has NFL advertising changed over time? Let's take a deeper dive into the National Football League's connection to liquor, TV, and Snapchat advertising.

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7 Back-to-School Advertising Trends from July 2018

School is back in session. Kids have already been handed their class schedules and assigned to a seat. Students are fully prepared with their new backpacks, pencils, pens, rulers, notebooks, and calculators. But, how did they make their back-to-school purchases and whose advertising grabbed their attention and dollars?

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