Believe it or not, there are Americans who haven’t heard of Facebook, the majority of mobile ad clicks are accidental, and the most expensive commercial in history cost $33 million. These are some of the random tidbits included in iMedia Connection’s rundown of “21 Marketing Facts That Will Blow Your Mind.”
Some of our favorites include:
- 7% of the American population have never heard of Facebook and 41% haven’t heard of LinkedIn.
- 51% of clicks on mobile banners are accidental—they’re caused by “fat-finger taps.”
- The co-founder of Goodby Silverstein & Partners originally hated the “Got Milk?” ad campaign—he thought it was not grammatically correct.
- Twitter was originally called Twttr, but the name was changed before it launched.
- Only 50% of consumers find the content in emails they consented to receive to be credible.
- This was the first ad for Coca-Cola, published in 1886 in the Atlanta Journal:
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- 20% of all Internet page views come from Facebook.
- This was the first Ronald McDonald (the iconic mascot was played by Willard Scott from 1963 to 1966):
- This is the most expensive commercial in history—Nicole Kidman was paid $3 million to appear, and it cost $33 million:
Is your mind still not blown? Check out the full list for more.
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