Coke vs. Pepsi 50 Years Confrontation in term of Marketing Via Advertisements is viral youtube sensation produced Vanity Fair, in documentary style about two brands that people consuming every day in their life.

Why  Coke vs. Pepsi, 50 Years Via Advertisements documentary became viral youtube?

If generally youtube average respect 4 rules to viral :

  1. It Evoke Emotion

  2. It Should Portray Your Brand’s Image, Being Overly Promotional

  3. You Have A Marketing Plan

  4. Other Branding/Marketing Efforts Must Be In Place

This viral youtube did not respect any of them, instead of this video just impose a 5th rules on the to viral:

  1. The time it7;s irrelevant but the content of your subject is the matter

The Vanity Fair of advertising short film documentary may seem like a boring business school class many, nevertheless this video is masterpiece underline how fascinating a marketing subject can actually seem very two major brands can U.S. and a part of the world .

comparing Pepsi and Coke Ads along a journey of 50 years of a trade war between two companies to impose themselves to the marketplace, these experts put a finger on the pulse of U.S. popular culture and the tradition how advertising has been evaluated along the years adapting the image of their bands with the society emotion the power of persuasion.

For example, the “buy the world a coke” ad tapped into the hippie, communal movement of the late 1960s. By comparison, competing Pepsi ads focused on rugged .

Advertising experts analyze the cola wars between Coca-Cola and Pepsi. The goes back to than a century ago, but for the last 50 years the two companies have been feuding through television . at how the has changed over the years.

This video is really education and the lesson in this short documentary film can be used effectively to promote: Arts and entertainment, business and media, politics and world affairs, brands and , big corporate and small businesses.

The Vanity Fair’s exclusive videos: Coke vs. Pepsi, A 50 Years Via Advertisements capture the people, places, and that culture. Must I end this article by saying: Bravo Vanity Fair you just give to the audience masterpiece educative piece of work you should do like that.