A couple of interactive designers/viral marketing guys in Ireland started The Big Word Project a dictionary with the simple concept of buying words for $1 per letter and letting your site define that word. For example, the word Pulp is now defined by AdPulp.com for the low price of $4. Nice viral aspect to it […]
I’ll probably never get a press release from Schick(r) eve(r) again. But when a press release shows up in you(r) mailbox with the following: Schick(R) Quattro(R) Do Not Reply ([email protected]) to [email protected], date Wed, Feb 27, 2008 at 8:19 AM subject Schick(r) Quattro(r) Get Experimental Video Contest It is kind of hard to not be […]
In case you missed these figures this morning, two reports were released today pegging the size of internet advertising The Internet Advertising Bureau released their annual report this morning estimating the 2007 US internet ad spend at $21.1 billion, representing roughly a 25% increase over 2006’s figures (roughly $16.9 billion if memory serves correctly). Meanwhile, […]
Following up a story we ran a few weeks ago regarding Dr. Jarvik and the use of a body double, Pfizer today announced that they are voluntarily withdrawing all advertising featuring Dr. Jarvik. From the press release: ‘…the way in which we presented Dr. Jarvik in these ads has, unfortunately, led to misimpressions and distractions […]
We have some server maintenance going on in the overnight hours tonight. AdPulp.com will likely be out of service for a few hours during this time.
David t. Jones provides us with his latest Ad Land (the cartoon).
If you updated your iPhone in the last 24 hours to the iPhone Software Version 1.1.3, you’ve likely already experienced the home screen customizations with WebClips. Just browse to AdPulp.com with Safari. click the Plus sign at the bottom of the screen and choose “Add to Home Screen.” You’ll get the freshly squeezed AdPulp.com icon […]
I spotted this nugget from Chris Tingom at BrainFuel.
From the funny because it is true category, Make My Logo Bigger Cream, a viral from Agency Fusion.
Manhattan Mini Storage is used to walking a fine line with controversy, but have their new ads in and around New York City crossed that line? (image source: WCBSTV.com)
[via ODG Kyle Webster]