What if we declared a no marketing day?

What if we declared a no marketing day?

Sometimes I wonder about all the marketing for brands on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. I understand that we are not all Christians but I don’t think they’re trying to reach mostly Jewish or Muslim folks.

Wouldn’t it be nice if for just one day we decided to have a “no marketing” rule? A day where moms didn’t have to worry about the barrage of commercials for toys, games and sugary food? A day where you could watch The Christmas Story over and over without commercials? A day where Best Buy could only say Happy Holidays without the “check out our smart phone sale” right after that?

This may sound strange coming from a marketer but after the avalanche of messaging we send during the holiday season imagine what it would be like to have a day where nobody tries to sell you something. Going off the marketing grid might be just be what we need.

Just a random thought this Christmas night. Happy Holidays everyone!


  • Tony
    Posted at 15:21h, 01 January Reply

    It’s a nice idea but I can’t see it ever happening!

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    Posted at 05:40h, 16 January Reply

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    Posted at 05:53h, 16 January Reply

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    Posted at 17:59h, 25 February Reply

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    Posted at 04:34h, 30 March Reply

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  • Petra Plate
    Posted at 06:16h, 08 April Reply

    Your idea was very great but for me it was too good to be true. There is a no marketing day and such day won’t exist.

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