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iPrint and 1-800-Dentist

Classic 90s Commercials

If you're a certain age, you probably remember classic commercials like iPrint.com and 1-800-Dentist. These commercials were ubiquitous on TV in the 1990s and early 2000s, and they're still remembered fondly by many people today.

iPrint.com

The iPrint.com commercial was a simple but effective one. It featured a man sitting at his computer, printing out a document. The voiceover said, "iPrint.com: Your one-stop shop for all your printing needs." The commercial was catchy and memorable, and it helped to make iPrint.com a household name.

1-800-Dentist

Suzie Barrett was the 1-800 Dentist girl. She was the one who tried to convince you to call 1-800-Dentist and not use the Yellow Pages. Simple but effective advertising.

Interesting note: The commercial was done in one cut. There is no camera switching in this commercial.

Why these commercials were so effective

These commercials were effective for a number of reasons. First, the commercials were both very simple. They didn't have a lot of complex storylines or special effects. Instead, they focused on getting a single message across in a clear and concise way.

Finally, the commercials were both very relevant to their target audiences. The iPrint.com commercial was targeted at people who needed to print documents, while the 1-800-Dentist commercial was targeted at people who needed to find a dentist. By targeting their ads to specific audiences, the companies behind these commercials were able to reach more potential customers.

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