Filthy Confessions Offers Place to Reveal Your Dirt


If you're feeling dirty or you are feeling guilty and need to confess something, cleaning product Greased Lightning has given you a place to air your dirty thoughts on a site called Filthy Confessions. On the site you can write or phone in your confession and listen and read the confessions of others. Visitors who use Blogger can also publish their confession on their blog by entering their username and password. There's also a sweepstakes that offers the chance to win a vacation and the usual send to a friend feature. What? No MySpace page?

Written by Steve Hall    Comments (6)     File: Online     Jul-11-06  
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Wate of time, I have better ways to spend my time.

Posted by: Roy on July 11, 2006 11:26 AM

Waste of time, I have better ways to spend my time.

Posted by: Roy on July 11, 2006 11:27 AM

Ooh, scandalous. So has anyone confessed ripping this off from CP+B's

Posted by: Guilty on July 11, 2006 12:38 PM

Yeah, that's true, but maybe it's a coincidence and they never noticed the Method campaign that won a grand prix in last years' Cannes. You know how easily those things can be overlooked. Very under the radar.

Posted by: Tom Tom on July 11, 2006 01:32 PM

Thx for the post Steve! Most would ignore this delicious work by virtue of the derivative nature... but it is a worthy homage to CP&B and a terrific success in its own right (imho). Point one being the scheme: Color choices inflame the mind and excite the libido without scantily clad lads or lassies. Point two: The offer of a sweepstakes/prize entices activity... Point three:"give up your friends" @V@ "brilliant!"

If you reach enough Big Brand marketers you can sell your great interactive ad idea too! Sit on your hands and pray for the phone to ring and you grow skinny. The added dimension of involving a second representational preference is a second: "briliant!" R>V and R>Ad Come clean is a masterful effort - - - its upturning hand and running water are pure eye-candy and the "clean feeling colors are peerless in execution.

Posted by: arthur on July 11, 2006 04:46 PM

What campaign would not have a myspace page.

Posted by: voice on July 12, 2006 11:22 AM

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