Your mission today is simple: Pick your favorite marketing campaign of 2007. Keep reading to check out the links to the Fool-selected nominees, read a brief blurb about each, and vote! We'll publish the results before the end of the year. Maybe one of these can wrest away the honor from what I consider the best commercial of all time, but that's a survey for a different day.

In no particular order, here are your nominees:

Nintendo (OTC BB: NTDOY.PK),"Wii Would Like to Play"
Description: Two door-to-door Wii players rock your house, then ride off into the sunset.
Pro: It does look really fun, even to people who don't normally play video games. 
Con: Wii or no Wii, I'm not sure I'd let those guys into my house.

FedEx Kinko's (NYSE:FDX),"Usual Responsibilities"
Description:
A competent office worker game-plans with his all-too-familiar co-workers.
Pro: Cubicle-dweller commentary as fresh as the first time you saw Office Space or read Dilbert.
Con: May hit a nerve if you identify with anyone but the main character. 

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL),"I'm a Mac"
Description:
Mac = an effortlessly cool dude, PC = a desperate, Bill Gates-looking dweeb.
Pro: This may be the most spoof-worthy of the commercials ... check out our very own Michael Sarill's low-fi version here.
Con: After seeing him lose for the umpteenth time, don't you start rooting for the PC guy?

GEICO, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK-A) (NYSE:BRK-B),"Caveman"
Description:
The usual stereotype of dim-witted, uncouth cavemen played to comic effect.
Pro: Best caveman riff since "Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer."
Con: The Internet site was clever, but did anyone outside of Disney's (NYSE:DIS) ABC think the TV show was a good idea?

MasterCard (NYSE:MA),"Priceless"
Description: You know the drill: Blah, blah, blah ... priceless!
Pro: We've seen so many versions, but the one above is still surprisingly touching. 
Con: It's a cliched line now, used by people who still say "Wazzuuuup?"

The nominees are in! Meet all the candidates for our 2007 Fool Awards, then cast your votes!

The Motley Fool owns stock in Berkshire Hathaway, which is also a recommendation of both Stock Advisor and Inside Value. FedEx and Nintendo are Stock Advisor picks.

Anand Chokkavelu doesn't own stock in any of the companies mentioned and is still wondering where the beef is. The Fool's disclosure policy is priceless (but not cliched).