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The Greatest Superbowl Ad Did Not Show The Product Being Marketed

How not to go after customers, by using Reverse Marketing to make them come after you

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The NFL Superbowl used to be about the game alone, but in 1984 following Apple’s legendary 1984 ad (introducing the Macintosh) at the big game, the trend changed and Superbowl became, in addition to the game…




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Onyedikachukwu Czar

Onyedikachukwu Czar

I write: NFTs | Personal finance & growth | Tech. I sieve the noise and then share with you everything that's left.

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