05 Jun Brilliant Guerrilla Marketing Ideas (Part 3)
Well, here is part 3 of the guerrilla marketing ideas series. If you haven’t had a chance to check out parts 1 and 2, be sure to take a peek. We continue to be inspired to creative new approaches to marketing and advertising. Are you ready for some new (and rather funny) ideas from businesses around the world?
Spiderman Bathroom Advertising
A urinal near the ceiling will certainly make viewers look twice. While some guerrilla marketing ideas can seem a little like vandalism, this one obviously had permission to execute. Better still, it’s pretty much guaranteed to earn a laugh.
Awesome guerrilla marketing and an interesting social experiment as well. Talk about getting your consumer’s attention. This scheme is a little bit of a Pandora’s Box idea… that worked out really well.
Volkswagen Shoulder Poke
Volkwagen has always done advertising well. From their Lemons ads from back in the day to the opening of their giant see-through factory, they have always had great guerrilla marketing ideas. This ad is no exception. A great way to get potential customers to smile.
Vancouver Aquarium Anglerfish Promotion
This short little video proves that you don’t necessarily have to be a giant business (like Absolut an Volkswagen) to put your guerrilla marketing ideas to good use. This clever little twist on outdoor advertising certainly got some attention.
NYC Taxi Ad
This ad, posted at a bus stop, is nothing more than clever copywriting. What makes it great is the bright color, the simplicity and the humor of the message. For a split second, viewers would wonder why… and when they realize that raising their hand will make them look like they are hailing a cab, a laugh is inevitable.
Want more guerrilla marketing ideas?
Stay tuned. We will be adding to the series. In the meantime, let us know your thoughts. In the mean time, maybe it’s time to get ideas about how you can harness your guerilla marketing ideas and use them for your business. The whole idea behind guerrilla marketing is inbound marketing. Want to learn more? Check out our free e-book!
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