Facebook has released a new spot. Rarely does it do so, therefore it might be worth your interest. The brand celebrates friendship, of course.
Facebook and advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy Portland have released the second video from their latest campaign. The spot promotes Facebook Home app, which enables to use FB on your cellphone all the time. The app received many controversial reviews, with opponents claiming that it encourages to totally escape your real life. However, the video is really beautiful.
Facebook and advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy Portland have released one more video from their latest campaign. The spot promotes Facebook Home app, which enables to use FB on your cellphone all the time. The ad features Mark Zuckerberg himself and demonstrates how the app helps his employees escape Mark's boring speech.
Facebook and advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy from Portland have released this beautiful video ad. The spot features many Facebook users, who connect with each other from the distance. The brand presents its latest Home app. It enables to feel at home wherever the life would take you. Because it is not so much about the place, but rather about the people. Have your friends and family near you all the time.
Facebook celebrates 1 billion users, as you know it. Therefore, the creatives made this nice video, which brings an important message. All the things around us – chairs, doorbells, airplains, bridges – are for people, so that they could get together and connect, share ideas. That is exactly how Facebook works. And it makes the social net part of our everyday life now.
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