Muscle Milk

This advertisement is for Muscle Milk protein beverage. This ad is definitely geared towards men. First of all the ad is very simple, only a few lines of text and a picture that takes up most of the page. Men are very visual and they typically don’t like to do a lot of investigating when it comes to advertisements. The text really applies to men, as women aren’t the most likely tailgaters or “tail getters”, which no women would ever refer to herself as.

Muscle Milk is saying, go from tailgating with your beer belly to getting some with your big new muscles that will attract the ladies.  Even the tag at the bottom: “Drink. Evolve.” says that if you drink this you could become something better. The strategy here is, drink Muscle Milk and you’ll get chicks. Whatever guys.

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    You might try adding a video or a picture or two
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