This 1-page Facebook post generated several hundred inquiries into buying one of the top hostels in Thailand.
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In an effort fight confusion-causing BuzzWords in 1966, NASA circulated this hilarious “Buzzword Generator” to show people how ridiculous and confusing these are!
This is the way American Express announced to all their credit card holders via email they can defer any interest payment for 6 months (although in 6 months when many of them have large balances the original interest rates come back on).
This is a lovely example of taking a boring chart and making it more understandable to the general public.
This is a clever Google ad by SendGrid that makes a VERY SPECIFIC claim that attracts the eye, provides credibility, and gets people interested enough to click.