Tag Archive | "Guerrilla Marketing Campaigns"

The LivingSocial Taxi Experiment

Saturday, August 6, 2011


Now this is one cool real life social experiment from LivingSocial. In the hope of creating some buzz and showcasing the many great discounted things you can get from LivingSocial, they decided to deck out a cab with a mystery take-it-or-leave-it challenge. The idea was that once you are in the cab, the driver presents [...]

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St John Ambulance: Popcorn Cinema Experiential

Thursday, November 4, 2010


This is a slightly disturbing, but hugely effective guerrilla meets experiential campaign for the St John Ambulance in the UK. They show an ad with a nice young family sitting down to eat some popcorn when the girl gets some caught in her throat, choking desperately (with the mother and family starting to go a little crazy) the [...]

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Flimé – The Cannibal Restaurant Case Study

Thursday, October 28, 2010


This is a very smart guerrilla marketing campaign for the Vegetarian Foundation in Germany. Basically, they created a mock cannibal restaurant that was preparing to open it’s doors to customers in Berlin, but first they advertised for various staff, including surgeons with an open mind, to start generating some buzz. So when the restaurant called for people to donate body parts, [...]

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The $73k Bar Tab – Guerrilla Marketing Brazil

Tuesday, April 13, 2010


This is a very cheeky and very well executed guerrilla marketing campaign from Ogilvy Brazil. It’s called The $73,000 Bar Tab, and what Ogilvy Brazil did (with Bar Aurora & Boteco Ferraz) was to add itemised emergency service elements to each bar tab, generating some serious instant impact before people left the bar to go [...]

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