Google is using witty animation to enlighten folks in Brazil about the conditions of online advertising and how its service helps streamline those operations.
The Internet giant recently hosted five animated videos on YouTube as part of a Brazil-based campaign for Google Ads products. According to TheNextWeb (via Brainstorm9), agencies Pepper Melon and Ño Empire co-created the farcical advertisements that focus on brand awareness, audience engagement, efficient technology use, target selection, and new product launches.
The commercials are in Brazilian Portuguese with English subtitles, check ’em out:
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– Brand awareness
– Audience engagement
– Efficient technology use
– Target selection
– New product launches
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