What if the advertising world really did want to make sure its brands were more relatable?

What if the advertising world really did want to make sure its brands were more relatable?

A growing number of ad companies are embracing the trend of making their brands more relocatable with their ads, a trend that’s already seen companies like Netflix, Amazon, and Twitter try to do the same with their content.

Advertisers say they’re trying to make advertising as inclusive as possible in a time when more of the population is opting out of mainstream media.

But the idea of a more relucatable advertising landscape has not gone down well with some brands and advertisers, who say they can’t bear the thought of advertisers having to make compromises that they don’t want to be making with their brands.

Adelina Kavira, who runs a brand consultancy in Belgrade, Serbia, said that her clients have already begun to reconsider their own brands.

She told The Hindu that she’s working with her clients to ensure that their adverts are more relatably engaging.

“For example, I have clients that have a product called ‘Bella Thistle’ that they want to advertise with.

But because it’s a brand and we know that the brand is an important part of their success, they don

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