What campaigns are you currently following?

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I love following and deconstructing campaigns - as they go through their obvious testing, optimizing, and scaling... especially anything Gundry & Clemens.

Who are you following... and what do you like/dislike about the campaign(s)?

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  • Profile picture of the author lourent
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      Originally Posted by lourent View Post

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  • Profile picture of the author max5ty
    Originally Posted by Mark Pescetti View Post


    Who are you following... and what do you like/dislike about the campaign(s)?

    mark
    Pretty much follow the disruptive/challenger brands and any campaigns they're doing.

    I'm a big fan of disruptive brands because they're the ones that change our world, and normally their campaigns aren't the same boring crap we see every day.

    Funny how billions of dollars worth of products get sold every year without long boring sales letters and idiotic videos.

    I think the guy you mentioned started Blue Hippo or something like that (without looking it up).

    Not really into the so-called miracle cure crap and super potent vitamin discoveries and all that jazz.

    Also not into the whole let's get in tune with our inner selves BS. These things are a dime a dozen and every couple years someone discovers the latest greatest miracle food or super duper concoction of combined vitamins or the real secret why we still don't understand ourselves...

    or some tree root that grows in the sewer system in NYC that's supposed to clear your arteries within 12 minutes (or your money back).

    All anyone has to do is look back over the last 25 years and your head will start spinning if you try and list all the latest super cures...vitamins...and other self-help crap.

    Yeah, I guess somebody makes some money at it, but they're like the one hit wonders in the music world...which out of pure boredom a couple weeks ago I actually was reading about.

    Anyways, here are a few companies that are trying to get somewhere:

    https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/22/meet...companies.html

    https://thechallengerproject.com/
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  • Gotta remember always how anythin' progressively disruptive ain't entirely anarchic.

    Beyond the regular order, sweeter an' smarter ways to persist as hooman beings on a WANNA WANNA role persist beyond intrinsic destruction.

    Trust me, I done the rounds with frickin' haircare products.

    Thing is, give evrywan what they wanna ... alla the time -- prolly you got a recipe for pan-globe ossification allied to rot.

    But beyond immediate wanna, always, is a kinda proto-wanna waitin' to discover its time.

    That's why plenty inventors an' discoverers you heard about could mebbe have been people you prolly kinda don't.

    We are by nature consolodatory an' expansive in pulses.

    Hittin' on practical regulah to spring forth all kinda exploratory an' bring home noo stuff to power up operative Status Quo central.

    Stepout startup blastoff disrupto stuff ... hits us an' we remember the assault on our senses.

    Regular feels are more gut, more long term ambient, an' we may not follow its precise pulse from day to day but we would always wanna preserve the core heartbeat.

    Meantime, talkin' 'bout health fads, I am so exotically beetroot rn.

    In addition to bein' maxo beyond NOM an' way easier to boil whole than alla them frozen dinners, I love so how they makeya tongue all heliotropical.

    Tellya, they are the ultimate goth vegetable ... plus also packed with nootrients for anywan serious 'bout health shit like shape an' blood vessel action.

    Anyways, campaigns ima followin' rn'?


    BEETROOT
    Juicy globes of pure deliciousness
    to color your life with ultimate wonder

    (Enthoosiastic sucker as I am, I may now look in also on zucchini an' underwater signposts designed excloosively for fish kinda say FFS don't swim out this way bcs plaaaastic.)
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    • Profile picture of the author max5ty
      Originally Posted by Princess Balestra View Post


      Anyways, campaigns ima followin' rn'?


      BEETROOT
      Juicy globes of pure deliciousness
      to color your life with ultimate wonder

      (Enthoosiastic sucker as I am, I may now look in also on zucchini an' underwater signposts designed excloosively for fish kinda say FFS don't swim out this way bcs plaaaastic.)
      This from the South China Morning Post:

      And they're not just good for the planet, they're good for us, too. Crickets are 69 per cent protein; contain all nine essential amino acids; are high in vitamin B12; a good source of both Omega 6 essential fatty acids and Omega 3 in the "perfect" 3:1 ratio; have twice as much potassium as spinach, as much calcium as milk, and are a source of heme (more on this below), the more absorbable form of iron commonly found in red meat.

      You may want to give up the beetroot thingy and start looking into the whole cricket thing...chirp chirp...

      supposedly this is fast becoming the next superfood.

      Some say crickets are going to save the world.

      Heard there was a cricket farm down somewhere in Mississippi where they're raising these things for large supermarket chains. Neighbors complaining they can't get any sleep.

      Worst news though is there's a species that has invaded the island of Kauai in Hawaii, and it's the stuff of cricket nightmares. They're destroying normal crickets...it's terrible from what I read.

      Go Fund Me accounts may be started to help the normal crickets that are usually eaten by humans from being eaten by the invading species.

      This is the stuff of movies.

      So, since you're interested in superfoods, you may want to consider crickets.

      And my point (yes, I do have one), is you may want to begin writing sales letters and video scripts now to begin locking in customers...

      because the way it sounds, if this thing catches on, beetroot will be old news.
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      • Originally Posted by max5ty View Post

        Some say crickets are going to save the world.
        I heard this also.

        Rich in nootrients, considered to be tasty, great potential for harvestin' in large numbers.

        Only problem is ... kinda icky.

        My guess is that they gotta be crushed into powder an' mixed with other stuff to create more appetizin' lookin' meals like burgers.

        Plus also, whole crickets be like them jumpin' plastic frogs in Christmas crackers ... kinda difficult to pin down with a fork without 'em hoppin' off.

        That could be a real problem in restaurants, yanno ... uninvited guests in your wineglass an' stuff.

        Major problem will be harvestin' 'em.

        Takes plenty sheepdogs to round up alla the lamb so you gotta figure on major trained parrot numbers to herd the crickets into nets.

        But, hey -- by 2030, prolly we all be crashin' ourselves to death in driverless cars an' gettin' fresh with robots, so mebbe the cricket concept won't seem so weirdsy.
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    Hi,

    One of the big campaigns that I have been following is Frank Kerns intent based branding ad campaign.

    In my view it has disrupted the whole market because he is doing the exact opposite to what everyone else is doing plus he is introducing a compelling idea to the market that has hooked thousands of people because it is so compelling.

    If you haven't seen it yet, check out Frank's ads on his Facebook page because it is ingenious but also pretty simple in its execution.
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    Sucks for the crickets.
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  • Profile picture of the author art72
    Been looking at Harmon Bro's campaigns... after trolling Russell Brunson's Clickfunnel success...

    I scan tons of ads, funnels, and frequently explore affiliate programs and JV networks... Like JVNotify Pro... but, I've been slacking bad this year... keep going back to offline gigs, apparently I'm a masochist who likes tormenting oneself with trading time for dollars offline.

    Maybe I'll write one of my own this year!
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