Posted by Andrew Sullivan on June 23, 2019 07:51:58 In a way, it’s no surprise that automakers are trying to push their best-sellers, especially those from their own brands.
And while it’s true that a new vehicle has become more important to consumers, the ads are increasingly being used for more than just vehicle advertising.
Consumers now pay a premium to watch or read ad campaigns, and it’s easier to watch than read.
A lot of these campaigns are now being run by the same companies that run television commercials.
A big-name company like Ford, for example, is spending hundreds of millions of dollars to show ads for its Ford Fusions, Ford Fusion Energi, and Ford Escape vehicles.
Advertisers can use these ads in their own commercials, but the way they’re used has been evolving.
In recent years, automakers have begun using more creative ways to market their cars, even if they’ve still traditionally used old-fashioned, clunky campaign techniques.
And while the new advertising approach has been going well for years, new trends have begun to emerge in recent years.
As the U.S. and other developed countries become more reliant on automobiles, automakers are increasingly using creative advertising techniques to get consumers to pay attention to their vehicles, in a bid to get them to buy new ones.
To some extent, the trend is a reaction to the growing use of smartphones, which have made it possible for consumers to interact more directly with their cars and their drivers, and with their manufacturers.
The use of video advertising on cars has also been growing, particularly in the U.
“It’s really become a digital billboard,” said James Stoll, vice president of marketing at ad agency GFK.
“It’s a different way to get people to pay.”
The companies behind the ads have been doing this since the 1980s, when automakers first started advertising on television.
But the move has since evolved into more sophisticated digital advertising, and a growing number of ads are being run with videos, instead of just images.
New ad tech companies, including Fierce, Vixen, and Lola have made these kinds of ads available to the public.
Now, companies like Ford are taking it to a whole new level.
Ford recently unveiled a new online ad format that lets anyone watch a video on their phone or computer, instead on the Ford website.
“I’m actually going to go with Ford, because I think it’s a great way to show the consumer what the vehicle is and what the brand is,” said Aditi Kapur, a marketing executive who oversees digital advertising at Ford.
“We think it is going to be a big opportunity for us.”
Ford has started using Ford.com to advertise new Ford vehicles.
It is an attempt to tap into the same technology that helped create the Ford F-Series, which is a hybrid of the F-150 pickup and the F.H. Warren supercar.
It’s still not perfect, but Ford hopes it will be able to tap that same technology to reach more consumers and increase revenue for the company.
The Ford.TV platform lets anyone access a Ford video in a different format than a TV ad.
You can also watch the video and choose to see a car you may like.
You can see all of the ads, as well as the vehicles that Ford is running.
There are still some limitations.
Ford has not yet released a set of rules for the video format, so it’s unclear exactly what kind of ads can be shown.
Ford also said it will work with other companies to create additional formats.
“We’re working to make this a platform for all brands,” said Kapur.
Ford is hoping to be able in the near future to have the platform open to everyone, including automakers.
Kapur said the company is also working with more established brands like BMW and Mercedes-Benz.