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Mobile Lunch Truck Advertising displays boost name recognition.
In a consumer savvy world filled with a wide array of entertainment and media options, it is more difficult than ever for a company's marketing efforts to reach a targeted audience. Mobile Lunch Truck are the perfect way to get your message out on the streets and to the consumers.
MOBILE LUNCH TRUCK ADVERTISING,THE BEST POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE.
Mobile Mex-Media Group is a nationally recognized Non-Traditional Outdoor Mobile Advertising Company. Not only do we operate our own fleet of the Mobile Lunch Trucks, and Digital Media Company, but we are also experienced marketing & advertising professionals. We specifically plan campaigns to ensure that our clients' Advertisement have the best possible exposure to their TARGET audience. Our primary goal is to deliver your message to the PEOPLE.
An AdGrad is someone who graduated from The University of Texas at Austin in Advertising or Public Relations. Alumni can have either a BS, MA, or PhD. AdGrad is a sweet term because it rhymes, and it is useful.
AdGrad.org is a professional networking site created to connect current and former students, faculty, and staff of The University of Texas at Austin's Department of Advertising and Public Relations.
AdGrad is similar to other social networking sites, but with AdGrad, users are able to build professional relationships, upload a résumé, create a digital portfolio, and post new job opportunities. AdGrad is unique from other social networking sites because it is exclusive to alumni, students, faculty, and staff of the Department of Advertising and Public Relations.
It's pretty much the coolest name and site ever.
"Hey, have you checked out AdGrad.org?" - one AdGrad said to another.
"No. I have to make a profile so that I can get hired and keep in touch with people from college. Great idea!" - the other AdGrad said.
(Also known as viral marketing). Releasing a video or other creation in hopes that it will be widely forwarded and be beneficial for a product or service referenced in the creation. If the creation seems amateurish even though it was created by professionals paid by the organization that benefits from being referenced, the effort is known as "subviral".
A cartoon showing three bathroom stalls with balloons of the expressions "Butt", "Wipe", and "Errr" should be suspected of being viral marketing for Anhaeuser Busch.
ALIENWARE A CRIMINAL COMPANYmore...
I purchased an Alienware area 51-M 766 Laptop on 05/12/2004 and I paid three thousand dollars for it. It was advertised as a laptop with an upgradeable video card and it was considered to be the top of the line gaming notebook and had with some fantastic reviews winning numerous awards and gained a great deal of recognition from industry professionals and technology experts. The laptop should last many years and the main idea is the video card could be changed or upgraded. I thought I bought the best notebook on the market, but I was sadly mistaken. After a year and half, I called Alienware so I could purchase a new upgraded video card, and I was told that Alienware stop supporting my laptop and my video card. I was also told that I have to purchase a video card from a third party called “Uniwill” if I wanted an upgrade. So I called the third party company but no one picked up the phone and I left several messages and they never called me back. I was very surprised that I was unable to get an upgradeable video card. I was also very disappointed to find that so soon I was unable to get what was so strongly advertised and promised. If this isn’t false advertising and false promises made to customers then I don’t know what else is but afterwards I gave up calling and continue to use the notebook. I never thought I would have trouble with it but on November 23, 2007 the video card completely burned out. I contacted Alienware shortly afterwards t...
The most successful scam perpetrated to laser enthusiasts,but especially commoners who wet their pants when they see a laser burn something.
The company is most likely run by communists, who hired scam artists and advertising professionals to promote their products.
All the specs provided on the site are a definitive lie, as well as all the fake reviews.
Wicked Lasers business strategy involves the massive spending on search engine manipulation, public opinion control, and propaganda campaigns. Instead actually using money to make quality lasers, they use money to make you think the lasers are adequate.
The company also runs a forum, which is supposed to provide "an open environment for laser enthusiasts to freely communicate and exchange laser knowledge, opinions on WL products..." this is an excerpt from the forum's Term of Service. Nevertheless, when one posts a thread with third party tests, showing just how much of a piece of shit the their products are, it gets promptly removed.
Do you self a favor read on the laserpointerforums about Wicked Lasers, don't be impressed by all the good publicity.
Johnny: I just dropped my entire paycheck on this sweet Pulsar dude!
Telight:*takes out $40 Chinese red laser*
Johnny: WTF is that piece of shit.
Telight: Its a quality laser
Johnny: *Enthusiastically clicks his "laser" on*
3 seconds later...
Telight: Sigh, well at least it looks like it would make a good paper weight. *Goes off to burn things with his laser*
Johnny:*Calls Wicked Lasers*
"My laser broke after 3 seconds, repair it with warranty please.
Wicked Lasers: Sorry Johnny you voided warranty when you turned the unit on, asshole.
A large, clunky hunk of plastic that "professional" fighting game players use in order to make themselves look cool to the fighting game community, but like a huge faggot to everyone else because he's handling a stick with one entire fucking hand with no shoulder buttons.
Supposedly it makes you better at fighting games, but this is actually 100% genuine bullshit. Professionals get paid to play with them so that dumbasses will waste money on them THINKING that they'll get better, and then the professionals, manufacturers and retailers all get money from someone else's stupidity and laugh as newbies struggle to handle their oversized plastic sticks.
Joe: Hey man, did you see Seth Killian advertising that new Street Fighter fight stick?
Bob: No, and I really don't give a shit.
Joe: Well its gonna make me better at Street Fighter, I'm going to go spend $120 on it.
Bob: Whatever man, I'm going to the brothel and getting laid for $120.
(6 hours later)
Bob: Let me guess, your stick made you a million times better or something.
Joe: NO MAN I'VE BEEN PRACTICING FOR HOURS AND I CAN'T DO ANY COMBOS AND I SUCK AT IT BECAUSE IT'S A USELESS PIECE OF GARBAGE!
Bob: Dude, chill the fuck out.
Joe: I wasted my money... I could have gotten laid.
Bob: Sucks to be you.
When creative professionals gather under the auspice of generating ideas, but really intend to bitch and moan about their jobs/workplaces/projects/colleagues.
"We had a lunch meeting. It started out as a great ideation session but devolved into complainstorming."