Marketers usually limit themselves to billboards, internet television or radio advertising. Some, however, would like to take a step further to bring their product to attention. Below you can see what extremes they are capable of.
10. Pixel ads
In 2005, student Alex Tew launched a site entitled ” The Million Dollar Homepage ” (the 1 million dollar homepage). You’ll see a 1000×1000 grid, each pixel being sold as ad space. The price? $ 1, – per pixel.Tew received baking publicity. In just a few months, he had indeed earned over one million dollars.
9. Daily T-shirt
The American Jason Sadler earns about $ 100,000 a year by placing advertisers on his T-shirts. Sadler is himself a marketer from Florida. His services can now be hired at www.iwearyourshirt.com . Through that platform, he promotes your business not only through his T-shirts, but also on social media. He asks $ 1, – per day and $ 365, – per year.
No, you do not read it wrong: this man sold his penis from £ 3000, – via eBay. One part of the deal was that his cross was made available for a permanent tattoo of the company in question. The bidder was allowed to film the process. eBay also found it to be too far and removed the advertisement offline.
Chang You have a very big chin. The man would like to see it differently and went to a fundraiser to pay the plastic surgery. For this you allow you to place your ad on his chin. All gifts are welcome.
‘Flying a Sign’, so American homeless people call the practice asking for money or attention through additional tools. Film producer David Permut did not see any gratings, and the homeless Vietnam veteran Ronald paid $ 100 to promote the poster for ‘Youth in Revolt’.
The Scottish Angel Brammer has two big talents in 42GG cups. Mattering of all her assets, she decided to rent her fancy decolleté to the gambling king Golden Palace. The 27-year-old Angel is not that bad because her tattoo became a temporary one. Her advertising space is now available for a period of 15 days. During that time, she also performs the présence for your brand.
4. In the clouds
Brian Glover and Francisco Guerra use a unique soap mix to make clouds in the shape of your company logo. Then they let their clouds in the sky. The creations call them ‘flogos’ or ‘flying logos’. Nike, Disney and Apple are already interested
A man from Oregon (USA) was recently informed of his naked death. He will soon scratch his last words in his urine, and that event is sponsored by PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), the best-known American animal rights organization. Thus the man pays his own cremation. He has already received a number of donations to pay his doctor’s accounts.
A white wedding is nothing for Tudor Ciora from Romania. He would like to sell you a place on his wedding certificate. Ciora wants to give his new bride a new car. You can rent a town per square centimeter. The cost depends on the place on the tie. At the top you pay € 20, – at the bottom of € 10, -.We especially wish his bride a lot of strength.
The Golden Palace boys were not only on Angel’s breasts, but also on the forehead of Karolyne Smith from Utah (USA). Smith received $ 15,000 for her permanent tattoo from ‘www.goldenpalace.com’.
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