Top 10 Ingenious Marketing Ploys We Totally Bought Into

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Top 10 Ingenious Marketing Ploys We Totally Bought Into
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Well played Capitalism, well played… For this list, we’ll be looking at some of the most impressively successful marketing practices the world of consumerism has ever seen, from Misleading Food Advertising & Visual Appeal, to Hip Anti-Advertising and Decoy Pricing. WatchMojo counts down the Top 10 Ingenious Marketing Ploys We Totally Bought Into.

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10. Misleading Food Advertising & Visual Appeal
9. Hip AntiAdvertising
8. Decoy Pricing
7. Wedding Registries
6. Bottled Water
5. Anthropomorphism
4. Gruen Transfer

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10 thoughts on “Top 10 Ingenious Marketing Ploys We Totally Bought Into

  1. Family Guy summed up #2 best: “… she’ll pretty much have to”

    (DISCLAIMER: I do not personally condone that thought towards women … I just think the clip is hilarious.)

  2. For gamers, the term “Triple A” is another Marketing Ploy that almost everyone fell for. Some how having big studio with modest budget translated to quality but that’s far from the truth. It’s a form of hype which many seldom like to admit to.

  3. All gem-quality materials are rare. They compose just a tiny fraction of the Earth. However, diamonds actually number among the most common gems. … While we have much to learn about the Earth’s interior, our current knowledge of gem formation indicates that diamonds are likely the most common gem in nature.

    Not only is the demand for diamonds a marketing invention, but diamonds aren’t actually that rare. Only by carefully restricting the supply has De Beers kept the price of a diamond high.

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