According to Forbes.com, ���I���d Like to Buy the World a Coke��� is one of the most famous advertising jingles ever used. ���I Don���t Wanna Grow Up��� is another famous advertising jingle, famously used by Toys "R" Us.Continue Reading
One of the first jingles ever released featured an acapella group singing about Wheaties over the radio. Wheaties noticed a rise in popularity for the cereal after the jingle aired, and this saved the cereal from being discontinued.
In 1971, Bill Backer created ���I���d Like to Buy the World a Coke��� during a weather-induced layover in Shannon, Ireland. Backer wrote his idea on the back of a napkin, and it became produced into a jingle within a few days. The New Seekers performed the jingle, and it became the soundtrack for one of Coca Cola���s most famous commercials, called ���Hilltop.��� The jingle was later extended to a full-length song that became a commercial hit in both the United Kingdom and the United States.
Kaplan Thaler is the creator of the ���I Don���t Wanna Grow Up��� jingle for Toys "R" Us. Thaler hesitated to play the song to anyone at first, but once the jingle aired, it became a national hit. Thaler claims the first week it was released in 1982, she noticed a 4-year-old singing the song in public and annoying his mother with the jingle.
In 2011, Business Insider reported most advertisers mainly use pre-existing pop songs instead of jingles.Learn more about Art & Literature