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Monetise your grocery shopping

Discussion in 'Offline Marketing' started by spaceinvader, May 15, 2009.

  1. spaceinvader

    spaceinvader Regular Member

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  2. mandy

    mandy Registered Member

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    Neat, but I don't feel like getting tackled by a steroid pumped bag boy on the way out the store with 10 bags of groceries. :p
     
  3. ricaum

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    Wow... great idea, man, thanks for sharing.

    PS.: Excusers don't suceed.
     
  4. unknown1

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    Great idea. I thought about something similar today but little bit more blackhat :)
     
  5. grafxextreme

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    I knew a guy a few years ago who made an ad for his website that looked like a bookmarker. It was very well done. He'd go to the library and place them inside the homebased business type books. I think they caught on to him but it worked while he was doing it.

    Sometimes you have to think outside of the box and even in an another room. ;)
     
  6. ebtek

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    lol, perhaps they would be the easiest to convert ;)
     
  7. ebtek

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    nice dude. Chapters too! i find a lot of people are there, sipping their $4 latte from Starbucks, reading current books, as oppose to the 1950's shit thats in the libraries