Ad-Vantage Quiz is back for Week 2 – test your ad mettle
Adgully is back for Week 2 of the Ad-Vantage quiz with Rajiv Gopinath. Brands, advertising messages and content have become so entrenched in our daily lives that we probably know more about them than we think. Every week we reach thousands of readers who are interested in knowing more about the business of brands. That’s why we decided to our engagement to a whole new level.
Being at the forefront of advertising and media news coverage for the last decade, Adgully has launched an engaging quiz contest to reward readers who closely follow developments in A&M. Our quizmaster Rajiv Gopinath, Chief Client Officer, Starcom, will share 10 topical questions every week on the latest developments in Business, Advertising and Brands.
To win, you need to answer all the questions correctly and the earliest. The quiz is live from 11 am on Tuesday (March 9, 2021) to 11 pm on Friday (March 12, 2021). Here’s what you need to do to participate.
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- Take the 2nd Quiz
The winner of the quiz and the answers will be published every Monday. The winner will receive an Amazon Pay E-Gift Voucher worth Rs 1,000 via email.
Find below the answers to last week’s quiz. Unfortunately there were no winners.
Q: Name the person talking on his popular YouTube Channel.
The answer is ROARING KITTY, whose real name is Keith Gill. Inspired by him and a small crew of individual investors who gathered around him, hordes of young online traders took GameStop’s stock on a wild ride.
Q: Which brand creatively scheduled itself between Zoom Meetings?
Ans: KIT KAT
Q: Which song featured in a recent ad is a modern rallying cry for all the dreamers working to turn an after-hours passion or project into a career.
Ans: ‘5 TO 9’ by Dolly Parton; the ad was for SQUARESPACE.
Q: Which food combo post by Frank PR caused a sensation on the Internet in February 2020?
Ans: WEETABIX and BAKED BEANS
Q: Which famous logo type, nicknamed “The Worm”, was in the news as its creator died last week?
Ans: NASA, designed by Bruce Blackburn.
Q: The limited edition VHS copy of the below movie is retailing for over $40,000. Why is it so coveted?
Ans: The cover art for this hard-to-find copy is said to contain a male anatomical part drawn into a sea castle.
Q: Name the two co-founders.
Ans: Vladimir Tenev and Baiju Bhatt of Robinhood.
Q: Which Superbowl 2021 spot was crafted to look like a glitch or guerrilla interruption and you had to pause it (or seek it out online) to read all of the copy?
Q: Name the San Francisco based start up, founded by two entrepreneurs, Paul Davison and Rohan Seth.
Q: Which little yellow bird currently speaks in 5 languages?