There’s a video doing the rounds which appears to be someone mucking around with their video camera as a remarkable piece of news plays on the TV.
In the news they suggest a new cluster of stars has been found that looks awfully like the Apple Mac logo. It is the Apple Mac logo. In the news item one expert suggests-cum-jokes that perhaps it’s an attempt by Steve Jobs to convince the world that even god listens to iTunes.
Watch it here:
What do you think? Would some passionate Christians object? Will any other religion?
The video is a marketing ploy. It’s not real. It’s an ad.
As it happens it’s an ad for Martin Lindstrom who’s all about secret marketing. In this YouTube video from his own channel we meet the Morgensons; a family paid to be part of the commmunity and all with marketing in mind.
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Is this a clever approach? Using a quirky ad in order to promote a campaign that exposes quirky ads? Do you think a bit controversy will help the campaign along? Or do you think Apple and others will object?
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