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Survey on viral advertising

MarketingSherpa are conducting a survey that probably will interest you folks, it's about Viral advertising, do you do it? If so how? And how much do you spend doing it?
Go to their survey here and answer a few questions, and the results from the survey will become a special (free!) report on viral marketing.
Plus, if you've conducted a viral campaign, you can also submit the campaign to be included in their upcoming Viral Ad Showcase so everyone can see the glory of your strategy and creative! ;)

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Delta vs. Volkswagen

Karma, karma, karma chameleon.

Superadgrunts, click read more to watch two commercials, one concept.

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Stolen Jeans, the story of not stolen copy-concept

Fans of Badland know that sometimes, twin ideas just happen. Blame it on syncronicity, similar thought patterns, the idea Gods or aliens, or just a bad-idea-day, no one knows exactly why it happens... But we do know that it does. Read more to see three very original stolen jeans ideas from three different countries all appearing independent of each other.

photo thanks to Mårten at Bold.se, via this thread (in Swedish).

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Inside Saatchi & Saatchi, London

Ever wonder what it was like inside Saatchi & Saatchi? You can find out tomorrow, if you get BBC2. Programme airs Feb 15th at 9:50pm-10:30pm.

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It's not you It's your ad agency

Dr. Gary has sent me a book called "It's not you, it's your ad agency - A marketeers guide to finding happiness". Full of good advice and images of black footed ferrets the book tells about Gary's study of "blame shifting" - the process of removing blame from one person or organisation and placing it on another. You can learn more and order your own (free!) book at ShiftTheBlame.com.

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Streetvertising: Sisterhood Augustinessen

Since advertising signs were held by homeless people in exchange for pizza, we weren't that surprised when we reported that Nuns had discovered the perfect advertising medium, on the back of homeless peoples coats. Ben & Jerry's we're the first to sign up for the idea.

The Sisters Augustinessen have a new ad media channel, when they give away warm winter coats to the homeless, there's a space in the back where one can insert an ad.

The text on his back reads "Your ad here"

"Sisters and the homeless helping each other. Donators get the opportunity to have their ads on coats worn by homeless people. A win-win situation for everyone!"

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Lynx - Crouching Tiger

This is the new advert for Lynx Unlimited.
Taking off the latest style in martial arts movies, such as Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon and House of Flying Daggers. windows media download


super adgrunts view the ad here

or at Playnicely.com/nippletwist

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Celebrating a century of Canadian advertising

AdBeast wants your input on the top ten commercials of all time. As thanks for casting your vote you may be eligable to win some neat prizes. Four lucky people can win the first prize which is one night’s accommodation for two adults on the Club Level of the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel. This includes a deluxe continental breakfast for 2 persons; and evening hors d’oeuvres for 2 persons, in the Club Lounge of this Hotel.

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