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Quiz: Brand Name or Generic Word?
Can you separate the brand names and the generic words in this HowStuffWorks quiz? See more »
Singing Slogans: The Famous Ad Jingles Quiz
Do you remember some of the catchiest ad jingles? Test your knowledge of the tunes with this quiz at HowStuffWorks. See more »
10 Ways to Market an Online Business
Marketing an online business is time-consuming but necessary. Learn 10 ways to market an online business at HowStuffWorks. See more »
How Subliminal Messages Work
Are subliminal messages a real thing or just a hoax? Learn all about subliminal messages at HowStuffWorks. See more »
10 Most Deceptive PR Campaigns in History
PR campaigns brought us bacon for breakfast and diamond engagement rings. View 10 of the most deceptive PR campaigns in history to learn more. See more »
Real Slogan or Random Gibberish?
Try your hand at guessing some truly bad taglines and the ugly truth behind some of our favorite slogans with this HowStuffWorks quiz. See more »
Test Your Ad Slogan IQ
Ad slogans leave the key brand message in the mind of the target audience. Test your ad slogan IQ with this quiz. See more »
How can you get telemarketers to stop calling you?
The Do Not Call Registry and blocking plans are ways to free yourself from telemarketers. Find out how to get telemarketers to stop calling you from this article. See more »
How to Post an Ad on Craigslist
Do you know how to post an Ad on Craigslist? Find out how to post an Ad on Craigslist in this article from HowStuffWorks. See more »
How to Create a Press Kit
Do you know how to create a press kit? Find out how to create a press kit in this article from HowStuffWorks. See more »
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