Here’s a fan ad for Tesla Motors. The company’s fantastic, and their cars are fantastic. Their cars are so good that they broke all records while being rated by surveyors.
The logic behind the ad:
Like I said, the company and its cars are fantastic. They don’t advertise, because they don’t need it. In one of my posts, I told someone that word of mouth advertising is the best form of advertising. And Tesla excels at it. Everyone who has driven a Tesla car has just raved about it. Like in the fan ad above, Tesla has never had to use such distractions for its cars. Why? Because they don’t need to. They aren’t hiding any of their flaws (not that there aren’t any), nor are they trying to distract prospective consumers with bells and whistles. The cars are just great. And that’s what the ad truly conveys!