source: Facebook

Hayabusa Fight

Post Text: Decent Post Text. Opens with how its design is award winning. Then “impactful difference”, which is positioning, but it’s weak because it’s vague.

Canon Canada

Post Text: Solid Post Text. Introduces the product + what it’s for, then tells you the feature before translating it seamlessly into the main benefit.

LG

Post Text: Not one, but two CTA’s! The first one is direct, the second more abstract, trying to hit an emotional angle. Unfortunately, neither of

LEGO

Post Text: The Post Text here is good. I’m a big fan of ads that try to get the audience involved. They’re eye-catching and memorable

ONE Championship

Post Text: This is one of my favorite ads of all time. One Championship has been killing it. The Post Text here is good too,

A Good Company

Post Text: Decent Post Text. I love the climate messaging. Then it introduces a list. The tree one is pretty impressive, although I don’t know how

Lumin

Post Text: The Post Text kicks off with a review. I would’ve included the last name and 5 stars, like so: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐. I’m sure a

Dolce & Gabbana

Post Text: A great example to follow; a major brand does it like this, and so can you. It doesn’t take much but a little

Alo Moves

Post Text: I like this ad. However, the lack of emojis is hurting my soul. It might be on-brand though. Certain clients do tend to insist

Ads Blueprint

Post Text: The Post Text kicks off with, “STOP” and a hand emoji. I don’t know how attention grabbing this is, but I would remove