This is an example of a fan-generated response in the form of graffiti that defines self-generated viral marketing. It is the result of a groundswell of public support for a quality product. Other examples would be a Harley-Davidson tatoo, Nine Inch Nails graffiti, or a hand-made political sign. What are other examples that you can think of?
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The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Volunteers have created this top-selling fundraising cookbook using Lincoln Era Recipes paired with recipes from the volunteers’ and staff’s own cupboard. Creativille Designed Cookbook Goes on Sale to Raise Money for the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Volunteers. Take a pinch of history, sprinkle it with historic artifacts, mix well with recipes from staff and volunteers, and prepare to enjoy a new cookbook from the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum (ALPLM). The A. Lincoln Cookbook: […]
Creativille Designs a New Gourmet Grocery Brand. And, it’s mighty tasty. Each year we wonder what is going to top our last great client. Well, out of the blue, Sarah Vicker’s and Paul Poe called. “We are starting a new grocery store, and we’d like to talk to you about the brand.“ At first it was just billed as a logo job for The Market at Busch’s Grove, but soon grew into a relationship needing a complete brand identity. In […]