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In order to win market share from Coca-Cola, he made a series of advertisements, and he found some testers to participate in the test. The tester had a bottle of Pepsi and a bottle of deliciousness, but there was no label. The tester could not tell which Coke was drinking, and then they needed to judge which bottle was better. Most testers thought Pepsi was better. The campaign was a huge success, and Pepsi’s market share increased significantly. The two Netherlands phone number of them could eat and chat until nearly midnight. After they went home, they were still excited about the conversation last night until the next day.
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