Effective advertising idea

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Post 3+ Months Ago

I just had an idea, but I need to run it past a few others in the know before I commence this crazy idea.

What if....

What if you put something controversial but legal for public display on a vehicle sign, graphic, etc; and placed a website clearly visible with the message? Is this an effective form of advertising? Is it already being done? What's your thoughts forum?
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It could work, like it's always been said, and publicity is good publicity ... (almost) ...
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Never under any circumstances place controversial advertising in a place where someone it pisses off can stab you within 30 seconds of seeing it. There's some real whackjobs out there. ;)
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Or, even worse, they could key your car, slash your tires, or bash in your windshield.

By windshield, of course, I mean face.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

spork wrote:
Or, even worse, they could key your car, slash your tires, or bash in your windshield.

By windshield, of course, I mean face.

Or using your face? :lol:

@eatucad: Are you trying to use Joebert's piss everyone off idea? :lol:

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