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Animated Advertising Timeline

Transcript: Through History Advertising 2000 BC 2000 BC The Egyptians carved notices on steels, This was the first ever kind of advertising according to whats found in ruins. 1450 AD 1450 A.C. Johannes Gutenberg had a printing machine perfected and ready to use commercially: The Gutenberg press. 1472 AD 1472 AD The Catholic Church created a print ad to sell their prayer book 1661 AD 1661 AD Contrary to belief, Coke is not the first product to create visual branding. It was Dentifice Tooth Gel. They created a logo that is consistent with their packaging. 1776 AD 1776 AC The U.S. government created posters and flyers to encourage men to enlist in the army and fight the American Revolution 1835 AD 1835 AD James Gordon Bennett revolutionized advertising and newspapers by using advertising to lower the cost of newspapers. 1882 AD 1882 Media placement and Media Buying officially became an industry when New York Time Squared hosted the first electric sign. 1900 AD 1900 AD Thompson introduced trademark in the market, setting the foundation for what is now known as branding. 1920 AD 1920 AD The first radio news program was broadcast August 31 1927 AD 1927 AD The American Association of Advertising Agencies was born 1936 AD 1936 AD The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) started the world’s first television broadcast 1942 AD 1942 AD World's First Ever regular TV Ad 1981 AD 1981 AD MTV ushered in music advertising. The network were promoting musicians and performers instead of products.

Animated Advertising TimeLine

Transcript: By Jodie East Advertising Timeline 2000 BC Egyptians invent outdoor advertising, carving public notes in steel. 2000 BC In 2000 BC, the egyptians begun advertising carving in steel outdoors to display public notices. Egyptians also used papyrus to make sales messages and wall posters. Advertising + Egyptians 1704 First American Newspaper AD. 1704 Reasons Newspaper Advertising is a good source - Local and national reach. - Good leads at a lower price. - Last minute marketing. - Various news size/ dimensions. Click here he first newspaper advertisement, an announcement seeking a buyer for an Oyster Bay, Long Island, estate, is published in the Boston News-Letter. The first newspaper AD Published by Jodie East 1835 1835 First Advertising billboards appear a man named Jared Bell created some of the very first billboards. These billboards advertised circus acts like Barnum And Bailey. The billboards were often large posters, displaying colorful pictures. They emphasized unique features and promotional elements for each of their upcoming shows. 1922 1922 First paid Radio Commercial. Click here! the first radio ad (officially) was developed by the WEAF organization in America, by AT&T. In 1922, the group offered businesses a chance to appear on their radio station in exchange for a fee of $50 – plus long-distance access fees. 1941 1941 First Television commercial. " " The world's first television commercial aired on July 1, 1941 during a game between the Brooklyn Dodgers and the Philadelphia Phillies. The ad was for Bulova Watches, a company still in operation today. It lasted for only 10 seconds and aired on a local channel in New York called WNBT. The first ever television Advert 1991 1991 World wide web launched to public Click here The first web page went live on August 6, 1991. It was dedicated to information on the World Wide Web project and was made by Tim Berners-Lee. 1978 1978 The first email marketing blast was sent " " The first email marketing blast was sent in 1978 (Source). The sender was a man named Gary Thuerk who worked for Digital Equipment Corp. His email blast was sent to 400 recipients as a promotion for his company's computers, and it actually resulted in $13 million in sales. Click Here Click here

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