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  • Mispronunciation inspires MailChimp ads
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Mispronunciation inspires MailChimp ads

Crushed crisps, a music video and a nail art competition – these are all aspects of MailChimp’s latest weird and wonderful advertising campaign. The platform created nine cryptic videos, with the hope that people would go online to find out more, only to be told ‘did you mean MailChimp?’

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