Why not use google’s annotation tool
Here’s the deal. Boston Market throws an ad up on YouTube that clearly has a guy mouthing $5.99 but saying $4.99. Here is the video:
To me, it seems silly to try to pass this off. Instead, I think they should have simply used Google Annotation Tool (add over him “We just reduced our offer!”). Then, they don’t have to re-cut the ad, but they get credit for the better offer, and maybe add a bit of personality to a pretty bland spot.
In fact, I’m suprised more brands aren’t using the tool to add context to the ad. It’s clickable TV. I think it’s especially valid on older, heritage spots. It could be a pop up video like look into old marketing.
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