Sizmek Presents Ads of the Week: October 6th – October 10th

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New film premieres, new games and new opportunities – our ads of the week launch us into the winter months with fresh ideas and fun, keeping the doldrums at bay. Get inspired by the diverse ways these advertisers use expandables and features like data capture and Skype integration to boost engagement!


Country:
Canada
Advertiser: McDonald’s
Media Agency: OMD Canada
Creative Agency: Tribal DDB Toronto
Built Using: Sizmek Workshop

Link to Ad: Click Here

Monopoly is back at McDonalds! There seem to be a million ways to win – and nearly as many ways to interact with this billboard expandable. Accompanied by standard and pushdown banners, the playful unit lets users hover and click to explore all the cool prizes available or head to the Monopoly microsite for details, downloadables and game pieces.


Country
: United States
Advertiser: Woodchuck Cider
Media Agency: Swell Shark
Creative Agency: Sizmek Social
Publisher: Facebook & Twitter
Built Using: Sizmek Social Platform

Link to Ad: Click Here

The first flurry of wintry ads is here! The Sizmek Social team helped Woodchuck Cider create an animated “Winter Wonderland” on the ad’s desktop homescreen. Social and share features are combined with a custom form to capture data as users enter for a chance to win a trip to the slopes.


Country:
United States
Advertiser: Disney
Built Using: Sizmek Workshop, Skype Feature

Link to Ad: Click Here

In promotion of their newest feature Big Hero 6, Disney’s latest plump and lovable hero Baymax wants to be your virtual friend in this feature-rich, super-interactive expandable ad. Users can add Baymax to their Skype contacts, view videos and much more.


Country
: Australia
Advertiser: Universities Australia
Media Agency: Hello I’m Venus
Creative Agency: Hello I’m Venus
Built Using: Sizmek Workshop
Publisher: news.com.au

Link to Ad: Click Here

This innovative expandable banner unit literally transforms the entire existing page when the ad is activated. An animated origami plane takes off, travels the screen and converts side panels and articles to images and content about study abroad opportunities and global learning.

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