New York Sun and Ad Age columnist, Lenore Skenazy, believes in the power of rhyme and alliteration (even if most copywriters do not).
Coca-Cola. I think we can all agree that’s a pretty good brand name, right?
Ever think about why?
It’s not just the billions of ad bucks behind it. It’s all the K-sounds — three of them in quick, cute, clever succession — not to mention two soft A’s. In other words, Coca-Cola is a name bubbling over with mnemonic devices: alliteration and rhyme.
What do you think? Are you on board with mnemonic devices?