Branding and advertisement are how a company sells themselves to consumers and in order to be at the top of the market, both companies must be very strategic with their advertising. Pepsi was introduced in 1893 by Caleb Bradham as “Brads Drink” which then was renamed to “Pepsi Cola” in 1898. There wasn’t many options for advertising in this era due television not being introduced into households till the late 1900’s. One of the first Pepsi Cola advertisements was a black and while flyer that had a few characters laughing and read “Whoope!!! Zoom!! Drink Pepsi-Cola” at an advertisement from Pepsi, the have bright blue, red, and white colors that pop and are eye catching. Comparing this ad with a current ad and modern technology, you can see that Pepsi’s marketing and advertising techniques have come a long way. Reviewing a recent Pepsi advertisement, you can see that they have made groundbreaking changes to their branding techniques. First I will I will note that their choices in colors (red, blue, and white) for their brand are not only eye popping, but in a way symboliz...
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...Coca-Cola’s tactics although different from Pepsi in ways, still has maintained it brand and remained a top competitor in the carbonated beverage world.
Although Coca-Cola and Pepsi are both carbonated beverage companies, they have qualities that make them both alike and different. Their advertising techniques set them apart as Coca-Cola still seems to market themselves as a “classic” company, and Pepsi seems to be more interested in modern methods market themselves. I am not discrediting anything that is classic, but as the world continues to grow and innovate we must move with it, if we continue to live in the past we will be left behind. Coca-Cola’s included image of Marilyn Monroe, a “classic” icon, and Pepsi’s included image of Beyoncé Knowles, a “modern” icon proves this point, which is why would Pepsi’s advertisement is more effective at attracting consumers.
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