The other day I was scrolling down my Facebook news feed, when I came across a “Suggested Post” for the ‘Village Sounds’ over 28s night at the Village Green Hotel. So how the hell did it get there? That advertisement has zero relevance to me – my Facebook profile says I’m not over 28, not […]
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Earlier this year local newspaper The Age ran a piece detailing the plague of advertising covered bicycles that have appeared on bike racks around the Melbourne CBD. So how widespread are they?
Advertising and Melbourne’s tram stops: Yarra Trams makes a stack of cash from them, leasing their infrastructure to outdoor advertising company Adshel, who then onsell the space for marketing campaigns. But when does it go too far?
Onboard Melbourne’s trams you will find two types of stickers located above the windows. The first are network maps, the second advertisements – but sometimes the two intersect.
With the shutdown of the Metcard ticketing system last month, the Myki top up / touch on / touch off message has been getting a lot of airplay around Melbourne. It also seems that the advertising agencies who produce other advertisements seen around town have also picked up the message, if these two adverts are anything to go by…