• Well if you are asking this as a general question, I suppose depending on how many people hear the jingle and if they like it or not, vs how many commercials there are and how many people live where the commercial is played! I used to work in a commercial jingle workshop in the 70's, Bruce Clarkes Jingle Workshop at 420 St Kilda rd, South Melbourne Victoria, Australia. (not there anymore). The only Jingle that I still constantly hear on the radio upto today, is the sound track that was made for Victoria Bitter (beer). Every time I hear that music in the ad, it takes me back 36 years. If you are after a jingle for your product, Perhaps get a copy of that jingle, as at least 36 years of the same jingle to the same product, which still sounds fresh today as then, must mean something!
  • None! All advertisements are BAD! GO AWAY! Leave me alone, dreaded jingle-jingle! I want to watch my television programs IN PEACE! You do NOTHING! I will never buy any product advertised on television!
  • I have heard the Empire flooring commercial since I was a little girl .. 588-2300 empire! =X
  • The first one that comes to mind is the McDonald's jingle about how to make a Big Mac sandwich. I haven't heard it in years, plus would not say it's the 'best' only the first to mind.
    • mushroom
      Two all beef patties special sauce lettuce cheese pickles onions on a sesame bun! Yeesh. I'm ashamed I can't get all those jingles out of my head.
  • You know all the jingles today are old songs from the 70 and 80's however as an original jingle Budweiser's jingle still stands out
  • I'd like to teach the world to sing - in perfect harmony. - I'd like to buy the world a PEPSI - and keep it company - that's the song I sing...
    • mushroom
      Coke. It's the real thing. Except for the HFCS part.
    • LoveZCatZ
      Mexican Coca-Cola uses real sugar! I don't seek it out, but have been told you can find it sometimes at a dollar store.
  • 8-14-2017 Believe it or not, in 1971 the most requested song on the radio in Phoenix, AZ was the J.C. Penney commercial: *I used to drive an automobile *Just an ordinary car with a steering wheel *Little old hardtop nice and plain * Yeahhhh but none of the chicks could remember my name * Then the man at the Pit Stop put me wise * He said all ya gotta do is customize * Now I got four on the floor with a racing pack *Big red stripe running down the back *Dual head lights with a high rise horn * Yeahhh I ain't felt this great since I was born *Go to see J. C. Penney He's got any *Thing. Go to see J. C. Penney He's got any * Thing.
  • Baseball hot dogs apple pie and Chevrolet. Well, one out of four ain't bad.

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