The Best Instagram Ads

Are you looking for inspiration to get your ad campaign rolling? Here are some of the best ads from the Instagram Ad Campaign Creatives. But we won’t just show them – we’ll tell you why they work.

  1. The impression of 3-D draws and holds viewer attention. The expression in Matt Damon’s eyes creates interest in his situation. But you’ll have to see the movie to find out what happens next! Weekly_Ads_0000_1
  2. This use of 3-D has the strawberry popping out of the screen. Juxtaposing it with the blue floor and surrounding it with liquid-brown and flesh tones focuses viewer attention. Weekly_Ads_0000_2
  3. The colours tell the story here: The golden girl symbolises someone precious. The steel-strong greys ensconce and protect her. A simple, clean, effective insurance image.   Weekly_Ads_0000_3
  4. The profusion of colours allows your eyes to jump around, but the clear lines created by the laid out garments point to the brand name: LT. Present the products, but guide the eye.    Weekly_Ads_0000_4
  5. There are two steps in marketing: Get noticed then get recognised. Mirchanda is content with the former here. People respond to people more than objects; so the artistic, expressive picture gets noticed.    Weekly_Ads_0000_5
  6. Exercise is challenging. So a challenging ad is consistent with the business and products of an exercise shop. Qaloring isolates its target demographic and challenges them with one well-constructed and thoughtful image.      Weekly_Ads_0000_6
  7. The boundaries of the picture, hands, and mobile phone focus viewers ever deeper into the post-modern, artistic puzzle-game. A great use of colours to draw and tease viewers.      Weekly_Ads_0000_7
  8. This image from the Halloween Shop jars and intrigues. The models are negatives of one another – down to their costumes, hair and eye colour – but they’re holding hands; relaxed yet rigid; brightly lit yet in dingy surroundings. An evocative image.       Weekly_Ads_0000_8
  9. Our eyes move from left to right across a page. So we see Visa’s new Android Pay app – the desired object – and the checkout pay-wave machine – in that order. Buy it now, the image tells us, no more checkout queues.     Weekly_Ads_0000_9
  10. A friendly face is sometimes all you need. This image says Trevor Noah isn’t trying to be Jon Stewart, but he’ll love his audience just as much.      Weekly_Ads_0000_10
  11. Follow the blue line (remember what we said about scanning from left to right?). Each image sees the model in a stronger and more independent pose. ‘Clothes maketh the woman’ is the story of this visual journey.      Weekly_Ads_0000_11
  12. See number 9 above. But this time Visa is putting their new app at the centre of the purchasing circle. This image virtually excludes the pay-wave checkout, allowing customers to pay for their dinner without interrupting it.        Weekly_Ads_0000_13
  13. The outline of the model’s legs draws our eyes down to her shoes. The empty shoes beside her invite the target market to try them on. Different colours for different women; Gilt has got you covered girls.   Weekly_Ads_0000_14
  14. The earthy tones of this Gametimeapp image ground their target market. Our eyes follow the clock tower up to the stadium bleachers, lights, and blue sky. A fresh, bright, exciting image suggests the experience you’ll have.    Weekly_Ads_0000_15
  15. Redolent in purple and blue the lemon-gold Cruzanrum oozes cool, luxury, and sophistication. Two drinks imply two people. The cushions and intimate setting suggest it’s going to be fun … with a twist?      Weekly_Ads_0000_16
  16. Getfreshly juxtaposes coloured food images to imply their wide range of appetising meals. The different backgrounds and bowls suggest their meals suit all occasions and events.    Weekly_Ads_0000_17
  17. The blues, browns, and greens of this image tell you what to expect at this resort. The empty chairs and pool suggest tranquillity; the crowded image of the trees (and beyond) hint at activity. It’s your holiday – you choose.    Weekly_Ads_0000_18
  18. Be the centre of attention; be the one having fun. We all relate to a fun action shot, so we all relate to the product associated with it.      Weekly_Ads_0000_19
  19. Escape the colourless grind with the Mindy Project. The party-green balloons, red Dorothy shoes, and big blue sky work together to suggest where Hulu’s show will take you.      Weekly_Ads_0000_20
  20. A small but architecturally creative house shows Redfinrealestate have your best interests at heart: Inexpensive but imaginative. The tree branches in the foreground are suggestive or arms reaching for the product. They create a sense of urgency in an otherwise calm and stable image.    Weekly_Ads_0000_21Find your buyers, generate interest, and move your products with Media Junkies.We’re here for you. Contact us today –

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