Thinking of Buying Clicks? Here's What Could Happen to You

Adobe's Latest Ad Takes Us to the 'Mean Streets' ... of Internet Marketing

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Adobe has been entertaining us for a while now with its "Do You Know What Your Marketing Is Doing?" campaign through Goodby Silverstein & Partners. Previous spot "Click Baby Click" showed the dangers of relying too much on seemingly organic clicks, but Adobe's latest film concerns a marketer whose mistake is buying clicks. After an encounter with a hardcore click dealer on the wrong side of town, our marketer is arrested and pays the price: jail and humiliation. The ad, which is appropriately titled "Mean Streets," was directed by MJZ's Dante Ariola.

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Date
Oct 03, 2014
Agency:
Goodby Silverstein & Partners
Client:
Adobe
Partner:
Rich Silverstein
Creative Director:
Will Elliott
Associate Creative Director:
Patrick Knowlton
Art Director:
Bryce Cline
Copywriter:
Kate Baynham
Producer:
Benton Roman
Director of Production:
Tod Puckett
Production Company:
MJZ
Director:
Dante Ariola
Executive Producer:
Scott Howard
Line Producer:
Natalie Hill
Director of Photography:
Philippe Le Sourd
Production Designer:
Quito Cooksey
Wardrobe:
Kelle Kutsegaris
Editorial:
Rock Paper Scissors
Editor:
Stewart Reeves
Producer:
Alexandra Zickerick
VFX/Finishing:
Method
Executive Producer:
Robert Owens
Producer:
Heather Saunders
Lead VFX Artist:
Noah Caddis
VFX Artist:
Matt Trivan
VFX Artist:
Patrick Ferguson
VFX Artist:
Sean Wilson
Color:
Company 3
Colorist:
Stefan Sonnenfeld
Producer:
Rhubie Jovanov
Music House:
Stimmung
Sound Designer:
Gus Koven
Mix:
Lime Studios
Audio Engineer:
Rohan Young
Audio Producer:
Jessica Locke

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