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10 remarkable ads that you should watch

This is not a list of “my favorite“, “the best“, “the most creative“, “the funniest“, etc. etc. etc. These are just ten (ish) video ads that I consider to be remarkable.

Some define the incredible power of storytelling. Some are simple. Some are very complex. Some are old. Some are new. Some are inspiring. Some are very funny. Anyhow, here are ten remarkable video ads that you should watch.

Most probably you have seen some (or most) of them. Anyway, I am sure you will enjoy watching these great examples of creativity and (in my opinion) effective communication.

Note 1: The list is not organized in order of importance. Each video is remarkable on its own way.

Note 2: For videos 9 and 10, I could not decide between the different videos on the campaign. So I decided to include two videos from the same campaign. Different videos – same message.

Enjoy!

1. EDS: Herding Cats



2. John Lewis: Never Knowingly Undersold



3. Johnnie Walker: The Man Who Walked Around The World



4. Volkswagen: The Force



5. Apple Computers: Think Different



6. CareerBuilder.com: Monkey Business



7. NTT Docomo: Xylophone



8. Google: Parisian Love



9. Dos Equis: The Most Interesting Man In The World





10. T-Mobile: Life’s For Sharing




So.. do you have any other great video ads you would like to share. Please share them with us in the comments section.

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10 remarkable blogs you should read

Wow … choosing ten … only ten remarkable blogs you should read has been a difficult task. I could easily make this the “486 remarkable blogs you should read” post, but I think that by introducing you to ten, there is a higher probability that you actually will check them all out.

I know that many of you after checking the list will go … “What? … where is Chis Brogan’s blog or Zen Habits? … How come he doesn’t have Seth Godin’s blog? … This dude is an idiot, he did not include Mashable! or Social Media Examiner” …. and so on. The reason why I did not include such popular and recognized blogs, is not because they are less remarkable than the ones on the list, but because chances are that you may be already familiar with them, so I would not be introducing nothing new into your life (and in case that you actually are not familiar with them, well … you can click on the links and find out why these blogs are so successful).

The list includes blogs on marketing, sales, productivity, entrepreneurship and personal development. So whatever rocks your boat, you will find something valuable here.

Some of you may know most of them, some of you may know just couple of them, some may have never heard of any of them. Good. Click on the links, check them out and enjoy the ride.

Note 1: The list is not organized in order of importance. Each blog focuses on different areas and each is remarkable on its own way.

Note 2: If you click on the author’s name it will take you to their Twitter profile so you can follow them.

Enjoy!

1. Six Pixels of Separation
by Mitch Joel

"Six Pixels Of Separation" by "Mitch Joel"

2. The Sales Blog
by S. Anthony Iannarino

"The Sales Blog"

3. OnStartups
by Dharmesh Shah

OnStartups

4. Bob Burg
by Bob Burg

"Bob Burg"

5. Get in the Hot Spot
by Annabel Candy

"Get in the Hot Spot"

6. Dumb Little Man
by Jay White

"Dumb Little Man"

7. HubSpot Blog
by HubSpot

HubSpot

8. Personal Branding Blog
by Dan Schawbel

"Personal Branding Blog"

9. The 99 percent
by Behance

"The 99 Percent"

10. Jonathan Fields
by Jonathan Fields

"Jonathan Fields"

So … what do you think? Do you have any other blogs you would like to share with us? Please add them in the comments below!

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