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How could they market body wash to female purchasers and yet still cast the product as decidedly masculine to lure men away from bar soap? Mustafa, standing in a towel in a bathroom, as the spot begins. Now back at me. Now back at your man.

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Old Spice talks to the ladies, man

How could they market body wash to female purchasers and yet still cast the product as decidedly masculine to lure men away from bar soap? Mustafa, standing in a towel in a bathroom, as the spot begins.

Now back at me. Now back at your man. Now back to me. A video about how it was made , in a single shot using minimal digital effects, has itself had more than a million views. Now Mr. Mustafa, who the brand refers to as Old Spice Man, is back with a new commercial. To promote the campaign, on Tuesday and Wednesday the brand fielded questions to Old Spice Man through Twitter messages or on Facebook.

Mustafa, meanwhile, stood wrapped in a towel in a bathroom set that had been constructed in a production studio near the agency in Portland, where four writers quickly scripted responses. Mustafa subsequently was a guest on Thursday.

Perhaps the most surprising request came from Johannes S. Her name is Angela A. Mustafa then held up a ring and asked her to make Mr. In less than three days, the 65 response videos drew more than 5. In a posting on the Web site Jezebel shortly after the first ad was introduced in February, Irin Carmon wrote about its appeal. Carmon wrote. In Old Spice introduced a pouf in a rubber grip and called it a Deck Scrubber.

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The Man Your Man Could Smell Like

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The campaign is also commonly referred to as The Man Your Man Could Smell Like , being the title of the campaign's initial second commercial. The campaign was initially launched to market Old Spice's Red Zone After Hours Body Wash , but has subsequently been expanded to include other products following the success of the initial advertisements. The campaign targets female viewers, despite the product's target market being male, as the company determined that women frequently make purchasing decisions in respect of hygiene products even for male household members. While reciting the monologues, Mustafa progresses through various activities, locations, costumes, and extraordinary situations, all in one uninterrupted take while maintaining constant eye-contact with the camera in a nonchalant demeanor.

Old Spice Argues That Real Men Smell Good

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Old Spice - The Man, Your Man Can Smell Like

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These Old Spice Commercials are hilarious! "Look at your man, back to me, back at your man now back to mcauliffecarroll.com he isn't me, but if he stopped using ladies.

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