This quirky marketing technique can take your brand from zero to hero in no time — make sure you understand its true definition, and do it right!





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Written by lyceum
280 days ago

Sam: Thanks for your input. We will talk more about this topic in the future... ;)

All the Best,

Martin



Written by lyceum
282 days ago

Sam,

I have to come up with some guerrilla marketing activities for my forthcoming tea brand, GOT Tea Party, and micro-site, TeaVersus.Coffee. I wonder how the Folgers' steam smelled? ;) How about putting a reversed A/C from a coffee roster, spreading lovely aroma out in the street?



Written by Sam-Hurley
281 days ago

Hey Martin — Sounds like you could certainly borrow some of these concepts for your new brand!

You A/C idea is definitely something a range of shops use (e.g. bakeries) to lure customers…

Blended with Guerrilla Marketing? Unbeatable!

-Sam-



Written by pvariel
284 days ago

Hi Erik,

What an interesting share. Initially, the title of the post confused me a bit and later found it a very informative post.

Guerrilla' Marketing is no doubt as mentioned is a quirky marketing technique. The 3 reasons in this regard are worth notable.

Thanks for sharing.

Best Regards

~ Philip



Written by Sam-Hurley
281 days ago

Hi Philip,

Cheers for your comments here!

I’m glad it has shed some light on this new topic for you — Tons of creative ideas to keep any marketer busy for a long while!

Thanks so much again,

-Sam-



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