In the world there are hundreds of painful topics that you need to regularly attract the attention of society in order to find a solution to complex issues. Child labor, plastic pollution of the ocean, homeless animals, lonely elderly people – these and other problems respond in a special way to the soul thanks to advertising campaigns that expose emotions and strike directly at the target.
Happy Worthy Life proud of marketers who are finding new ways to focus on issues that should never be forgotten.
“Present your baby’s old clothes to the mothers who need it”
“They also need a house.”
“5.5 million animals are illegally sold annually.”
“One cigarette butt pollution about 500 liters of water”
The concept of packing pads, which urges you not to be shy and not to hide your period
“Do not be shy. These are the basics of biology. Do not hide it. It’s just a period. ”
Advertising calling to take a pet from the street or from the shelter
“One dog, different owners.”
“One cat, different owners.”
The loneliness and social exclusion of older people are becoming a global problem. “No one should be left alone”
“Brushes teeth, pollutes the ocean”
“More than 500 microplastic ingredients are used in cosmetics and personalcare products. The ocean is a natural beauty. Stop using microplastics. ”
Advertising calling for restricting the use of firecrackers to children
“Nobody celebrates with a weapons. Please do not allow your children do it either. ”
Illegal deforestation in Kenya destroys not only flora but also fauna. Advertising calls for the use of coal only from trusted manufacturers
“New York or Paris?”
Large cities suffer most from air pollution, making them hard to recognize.
“Do not go to social networks when you are driving, so as not to break the heart of your loved ones”
“Leave your footprint. Save a bear with only € 0.13 per day »
A pedestrian crossing can be as dangerous as a staircase, if you do not be careful
Child labor shortens childhood
And for what social problems nowadays are there not enough powerful advertising campaigns in your opinion?
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