Fantastic Halloween Ads
- Using strong images that draw in visitors and resonate with them
- Tying the product into the Halloween theme
- Adding a healthy splash humor
Let us know which of these you like best! I had to include this one because, despite the various new candies that are introduced every year, Snickers has always been one of my top three. In fact, when I raided the candy bowl this week (Like you didn't?), I nabbed the regular, almond and peanut butter varieties. I just want to make sure I'm up-to-date on all the Snickers trends. Anyway, the straightforward ad does a good job of saying: Snickers = Halloween.
M&Ms achieves the same objective by using the product to create the image. It's simple but extremely effective.
Really, I'm not trying to make you hungry but we thought this one from Pizza Hut's Facebook page worked well—mummies made of cheese. There are several "works of art" on their page using pizza, bread sticks or other food sold by Pizza Hut to create Halloween-themed designs. This one for LG works well because it shows the product in action in an "unusual way" that ties in with the holiday and reinforces the product benefits. If a full-size zombie can fit in there, it's probably enough space for your family's frozen food, right? And who doesn't want to watch terrifying zombie movies while prepping dinner? This was a great concept for a moisturizer. Vital Perfect made a wrinkled old witch look younger, so it can work for anybody. This site uses a clever image that is perfect for the business. The San Francisco Zoo came up with a great way to suggest that a visit is an ideal outing for Halloween. Who would have imagined a creepy giraffe? Back to food again, but doesn't it make sense if you have pumpkin seeds in your product that you shout about it at Halloween time? Hovis does just that with this funny image of a jack-o-lantern. We didn't just look at print ads and Facebook pages. We also saw this AT&T commercial with its mash-up of Halloween images and symbols.