How do I apply for my kitty to be a Catvertising star?
Originally posted on NewsFeed:
Toronto-based ad agency John St. knows what the people want, and it’s not commercials. It’s cat videos.
In this parody video, the agency who brought us the viral sensation “Pink Ponies: A Case Study” is now turning its attention to another animal, one that has effectively taken over the Internet: Cats. That’s right: Fluffy, funny and adorable cats.
The serious (and hilarious) video discusses how cat videos are becoming “an unbelievably effective new business tool,” which John St. promises to capitalize on by creating the world’s first and only catvertising agency, complete with kitty video studio. Their stated goal is to integrate cat videos into every part of the consumer experience. We say, bring it on.
In fact, while this video is supposed to be pure satire, we think that John St. is on to something here. Catvertising…
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Princessallybee hits the nail on the head with her questions about why we can’t allow for personal choice in law regarding the right to die. She speaks for many of us, including people like Tony Nicklinson or Gloria Taylor!
Oh boy, something else I have to go investigate! Can someone please increase the number of wakeful hours there are in a day? I need more time for all these networks!
Originally posted on Ashley Hennefer:
As a web junkie, I’m always curious to try out different kinds of social networking sites. I love connecting with people virtually, and social networking is a tool I use often in both my professional and personal life. Compared to all of the new, glossy, design-y start-ups that seem to be popping up, Facebook is starting to feel like old news. And yes, I know many people have felt that way for a while. I’ve been making an effort to use Google+ more, and I like it’s new design, but it still feels kind of clunky.
I, along with other techies, am on a quest to find a perfect social networking platform. I want something that allows me to easily share content from around the web, edit and post pictures, and have the option to engage in discussion or casually browse other people’s pages. A nice, clean layout is preferable…
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