Well I have dug through the archives to bring you some more great guerrilla marketing and innovative ad campaigns. We had a lot ofÂ discussion last weekabout pushing social, religious and political agendaâ€™s in marketing. Many thanks to those that participated and I am excited to hear about what we think of these ones.
What a great idea this one is, it really hits the message home in my opinion. After being a bit disgusted you canâ€™t help but smile at this one. I am going to look to see if I can find some statistics on how the response was for the company.
This one feeds most boyâ€™s imagination, some girlâ€™s ego and for the rest it will generate conversation. This is a guerrilla campaign that could be used for both traditional and viral marketing for many years to come. You can get a lot of traction out of this one.
Virgin Virgin Virgin
I have had a lifelong fascination with everything Virgin.Â Richard Bransonâ€™s marketing and PR stunts are the best in the world. I bow down to â€œThe Master of Brandingâ€.
This one gave me a bit of trouble when I first saw it. I see it for itâ€™s brilliance but have a problem with using historical monuments for commercial advertisements. I would like to hear your thoughts on this?
Maybe I am just being sensitive with this one!
Pothole Application. Does it cross the line.
As you all know I am big fan of pushing the limits of creativity and how to get your message out to the masses but when we get to a point when we endanger public safety that is where the line has to be drawn. With the adhesives and quality of the graphics we can create now something like this could cause accidents, injury and possibly death. I am pretty sure that is not the legacy that the company wants for there marketing.
That is it for this time, if you have any campaigns that you would like to see me feature in this series of posts,Â Â let me know by posting a comment!