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Help me come up with things to sell to people
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I have an interview next wednesday with an ad agency for a summer job working in the creative department. They called me in after looking at my resume because they want to view my portfolio and go over it. CURRENTLY my portfolio contains my school examples and mock-ups as well as the necessary briefs, as well as a bunch of work I've done for my site, but they want what essentially comes up to a bunch of random product ads as well.
My problem is, there are a lot of products and a lot of demographics and being told "just mock up some ads for some things" with no real direction is a deep pool to swim in.
so I need some of this creative SE++ power
basically all you have to do is come up with a product (this can be a real product or something you just make up as long as the product isn't penis jetpacks or something), and a particular target market (i.e. teenagers, adults, nerds, shut-ins, dog lovers, cat haters, small children, etc) for said product. You could also throw in whether the ad should be web or print (magazines) but that's not really necessary since if it's not there I"m just gonna pick one. I'll pick a whole bunch at random and mock up the ads and probably put some in my portfolio and I dunno maybe if someone comes up with some really astounding idea for a product and target market I'll give you a prize although I have no idea what that prize would be
if you skipped to the end without reading all that: name a product, name a market, let me make an advertisement. cheers.