MySpace Down, Comics Up, Men Stickered, Dove Spoofed

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- While some attribute recent visitor loss at MySpace and Facebook to seasonality, others, including members themselves, attribute it to the increased level of intrusive advertising on the sites. It's off to Second Life we go.Watch out residents.

- Cynopsis reports TBS and MySpace have partnered for an online comedy competition called The Stand Up or Sit Down Comedy Challenge which invites amateur comics to submit videoes. The winner will appear in a George Lopez-hosted special on TBS November 18.

- The girls over at street wear brand Married to the Mob don't like the apparent girlishness of the new man and are slapping "Men Are the New Women" stickers on the backs of unsuspecting guys.

- The Weinstein Company is placing a Truth ad is its DVD release, the first being Clerks II.

- Somehow this whacked YouTube video is supposed to promote The Filter, an iTunes add on which automatically creates playlists based on what you listen to.

- With the tagline, "A World Without Science is a World Without Discovery," InterSpectacular has created four new promotional commercials for Discovery's Science Channel.

- Datran Media and the Ad Council have launched a public service advertisement email campaign across the U.S. on behalf of the Environmental Defense's Fight Global Warming campaign.

- Blah, blah, blah....a Dove Beauty spoof.

by Steve Hall    Oct-26-06   Click to Comment   
Topic: Guerilla, Online, Promotions, Social, Spoofs, Trends and Culture   

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Stickering people is old! The Cave Clan were doing it in the early 1990s. (Melbourne urban exploration organisation.)

Posted by: Tim Chuma on October 27, 2006 12:40 AM





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