Oh, the joys of late night television in the United States! Ellen DeGeneres clearly feels the same, and she recently focused some attention on a product that claimed to solve a computer security problem experienced by many internet users — how to remember your passwords. As one of the customers featured in the infomerical breathlessly explains:. I now have all my passwords in one place. It's great".
The 10 Funniest Infomercials To Grace Your Screen - Best Marketing Degrees
Take a note from The Doors and break on through to the other side. In fact, infomercials comprise a large part of the foundation on which modern content marketing was built. Where the infographic relies on simple illustrations, hard numbers and soft sell tactics to address societal issues like race, gender and class, the infomercial relies on simple numbers, hard illustrations and hard sell tactics to address everyday problems like how to workout at the office, how to pick up after your pet, and literally how to squeeze the most out of going to the bathroom for number two see: our 1. Of course, when it comes to humor and corny moments, infomercials are in a league of their own, which is why BestMarketingDegrees has used its expertise to rank the funniest infomercial marketing campaigns to ever grace your screen. Where do we begin with an infomercial this phenomenal?
You won’t believe how crazy this password infomercial is (and neither did Ellen DeGeneres) [VIDEO]
Tuan Anh Vu born December 5,  , better known as Tommy or Tom Vu , is a Vietnamese American poker player, real estate investor and speaker best remembered as an infomercial personality in the late s and early s. His late-night infomercial featured Vu surrounded by luxury items: mansions , yachts , expensive cars and, most visibly, collections of young bikini-clad women. He promoted his free minute seminar to learn the same secrets he used to make millions. As a Vietnamese immigrant, he presented himself as the classic "rags to riches" story.