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        "I've lived all my life in this weird wonderland;
        I keep buying things that I don't understand,
        'Cause they promise me miracles, magic, and hope,
        But, somehow, it always turns out to be soap."
        — "Chim Chim Cheree" by c罗是谁Allan Shermanc罗是谁, a parody of "Chim Chim Cheree" from Mary Poppins

        An index of tropes about the advertising, marketing, and promotion of commercial products.

        See Advertising for a list of works.

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      2. Attack of the Political Ad
      3. Beer Commercials
      4. "Before" and "After" Pictures: A commercial for a dietary product or anything else that could improve physical appearance demonstrates product effectiveness by showing a picture of the customer before they used the product and a picture depicting the customer after they used the product.
      5. Best is Average, Better is Best
      6. Better Than New
      7. Billboard
      8. Bite the Wax Tadpole: Slogans that do not translate well overseas.
      9. Blipvert
      10. Blue Liquid Absorbent
      11. Brand Name Takeover
      12. Brand Names Are Better
      13. Brand X
      14. Breakaway Advertisement
      15. Bumper Sticker
      16. Cable/Satellite Mudslinging
      17. Character Shill
      18. Christmas Creep: Selling Christmas-related stuff out of season.
      19. City Shout Outs
      20. c罗是谁Clarke's Law for Girls' Toys
      21. Colbert Bump: An obscure thing gets more attention after being referenced in a more well-known work.
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      23. Commercial Break Cliffhanger: An episode of a television show ends on a cliffhanger right before the commercial break, the cliffhanger being resolved once the commercial break is over.
      24. Commercialized Christmas
      25. Commercial Pop-Up
      26. Commercial Switcheroo: It looks like they're selling one product, but it turns out the commercial is for a different product.
      27. Consumer Conspiracy
      28. Crunchtastic
      29. Dada Ad
      30. Damned by a Fool's Praise: Insulting a work by having a dumb or unpleasant character like it.
      31. Damned by Faint Praise
      32. The Dead Rise to Advertise: An advertisement has the product endorsed by deceased celebrities.
      33. The Dinnermobile
      34. Deceptively Simple Demonstration
      35. Defenestrate and Berate
      36. Design Student's Orgasm
      37. Disney Owns This Trope
      38. Dualvertisement
      39. Enforced Plug
      40. #EngineeredHashtag
      41. c罗是谁Everything Talks
      42. Excuse Question
      43. Eye Catch
      44. Face on the Cover
      45. Fake Food
      46. Fake Video Camera View
      47. Forced Meme
      48. Fourth Wall Greeting
      49. Free Prize at the Bottom
      50. Freemium
      51. Get the Sensation
      52. Ghost in the Machine
      53. Gourmet Pet Food
      54. Gratuitous Special Effects
      55. Head-and-Hip Pose
      56. Here Comes the Science
      57. Hive-Mind Testimonial
      58. Homogenous Multinational Ad Campaign
      59. Hope Mongering
      60. iProduct
      61. c罗是谁Iconic Logo
      62. If You Like "X-Files"
      63. Imagine Spot
      64. In-Universe Marketing
      65. Insane Proprietor
      66. Internet Ads
      67. Invisible Advertising
      68. Japandering
      69. Just Pennies a Day
      70. Kitschy Local Commercial
      71. Let's Meet the Meat: Sentient food portrayed as eager to be eaten.
      72. Letters 2 Numbers
      73. Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics
      74. Limited Special Collector's Ultimate Edition
      75. Lite Crème
      76. Logo Joke
      77. Made in Country X
      78. The Man Is Sticking It to the Man
      79. Mascot: A fictional character used to represent a product or company.
      80. Men Buy from Mars, Women Buy from Venus
      81. c罗是谁Microtransactions
      82. Misaimed Marketing: A work of fiction has advertisements and merchandise tie-ins that appear to miss the point of the work's story or message or come off as very strange to the people who have seen the work.
      83. Model Couple
      84. Modeling Poses
      85. Neurosis Commercialis
      86. Never Needs Sharpening
      87. New and Improved
      88. New Look, Same Great Taste!
      89. Offer Void In Nebraska
      90. Operators Are Standing By
      91. Organ Autonomy: Independently sentient body parts have a good chance to appear in commercials, especially if the product advertised is food, drink or medication.
      92. Our Product Sucks: The advertisement unabashedly states that the product advertised is worthless, either as Self-Deprecation or to manipulate customer interest via Reverse Psychology.
      93. Our Slogan Is Terrible: A slogan that stinks.
      94. Parody Commercial: A comedy sketch consisting of a commercial for a fictional product.
      95. Parody Product Placement: A work pokes fun at the concept of Product Placement.
      96. Pistol Pose
      97. Polish the Turd: The advertisement lies about the product being better than it actually is.
      98. c罗是谁Poverty Porn
      99. The Power of Cheese
      100. Pre-Order Bonus: Pre-ordering a video game gets you exclusive content.
      101. Product as Superhero
      102. Product Placement; A work of fiction features real-life products.
      103. Product-Promotion Parade
      104. Product Switcheroo Ad
      105. Propaganda Piece
      106. Publicity Stunt
      107. Public Relations Ad
      108. Repeating Ad
      109. Reverse Psychology Marketing
      110. Ridiculously Loud Commercial
      111. Rigged Contest
      112. Scare Campaign
      113. Scare 'Em Straight: A public service announcement tries to persuade people to avoid doing bad things by convincing them that terrible things will happen to them if they end up straying from the straight and narrow.
      114. Self Promotion Disguised As News
      115. Sequel Logo in Ruins
      116. Sex for Product: The ad convinces the viewer that they'll be more successful with the gender they are attracted to if they use this product.
      117. Sex Sells: Ads use fanservice to try and sell the product.
      118. c罗是谁Sexy Packaging
      119. Shaving Is Science
      120. Shoddy Knockoff Product: A very poor ripoff of the actual product that's in high demand.
      121. Side-by-Side Demonstration
      122. Side-Effects Include...
      123. Sigil Spam
      124. Similar to the Show
      125. Slices, Dices, and Makes Julienne Fries
      126. Slogans: A clever statement associated with the advertised product explaining why the audience should buy it.
      127. Starting From
      128. Stealth Cigarette Commercial
      129. Stepford Consumer
      130. Strawman Product: The advertisement tries to mislead the audience into believing that what's advertised is better than the competition.
      131. Stuck on Band-Aid Brand
      132. Subliminal Advertising
      133. Subliminal Seduction
      134. Super Bowl Special (also known as FIFA World Cup Special)
      135. Taglines
      136. Talking Pest
      137. c罗是谁Tape Switch
      138. Token Trio
      139. Too Incompetent to Operate a Blanket: The ad tries to convince the audience the product is needed by showing people without the product being unable to do what the product is designed for.
      140. Totally Radical
      141. Trope Co. Trope of the Week
      142. Two Chicks in a Kitchen
      143. Two Guys in a Garage
      144. Unfortunate Ingredients
      145. Unisex Series, Gendered Merchandise
      146. Up Marketing
      147. Very False Advertising
      148. Viral Marketing
      149. "Wanted!" Poster
      150. We Care
      151. We Don't Suck Anymore
      152. We Suck Less
      153. What Were They Selling Again?: The ad is so weird or disturbing that the audience quickly forgets what was being advertised.
      154. Wolverine Publicity
      155. Xtreme Kool Letterz
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