CareerBuilder.com’s newest Super Bowl commercial for 2012 featuring their infamous chimpanzees…
Video Rating: 3 / 5
I graduated from the Sloan MBA program at MIT and now I work for Ebay & PayPal.
I am making around $150k plus getting like $30k per year in bonus when I work extra hard.
I am proud to announce that as of today, I gotta hire 15 people to work for me (10/11/2012).
Please send me your professional resume if you are interested please.
(dfgcheng at yahoo.com)
You can work in one of our advertising, marketing, or sales department today.
Starting salary will be $40k per year.
my favorite commercial
- Of course they are. I stand corrected. Thank You.
These are not monkeys, they are chimpanzees.
chimps > etrade baby
I must have played this like a dozen times and laughed until I cried.
Conservation efforts of endangered chimpanzees are hampered portraying them this way and creates a market for wild chimpanzees to be removed from their habitat.The wild population of chimpanzees has already dwindled from more than 1 million to about 100,000. Commercialized chimps dressed as people makes viewers less concerned about the plight of wild chimps. This advertisement teaches them there is a market for these animals. Some crazy people in America and Europe who would want them as pets.
Please give an Emmy to the scriptwriter(s) and please give an Emmy to the actor – Number 1 commercial of ALL – just phenomenal!
This won my Best ‘Service Provider’ Commercial for the 2012 Super Bowl commericals.
Comments: While service providers like Hulu promoted its Hulu Plus its message to deliver was very weak. Teleflora and GoDaddy hit the consumer with sex. I think GoDaddy either knew or desired their target market to be only men, making it appear as though men are the only ones who might need a domain or web hosting service, a poor choice in my opinion. This is the one that GOT MY VOTE!
This is Sandvine Inc’s recruitment video
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