While scent technology — such as scratch-and-sniff ads or fragrant ink
— is commonplace in magazines, lickable ads are still in the
experimental stages. Welch’s is experimenting with an ad for its grape juice that features a lickable strip on a print ad.
Marketers Salivate Over Lickable Ads – WSJ.com
Madison Avenue thinks a tasty approach will give new life to Welch’s grape juice.
Welch’s is taking out full-page print ads in People magazine this month that give readers a chance to sample its grape juice by licking the ad. The front of the advertisement shows a huge bottle of the juice, while the back has a strip that peels up and off, with text that reads: “For a TASTY fact, remove & LICK.”
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