Video: 100 Best Guerilla Marketing Tactic Examples




100 Best Guerilla Marketing Tactic Examples

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Images often speak louder than words. Here are the Best 100 Guerilla Marketing examples i’ve seen. Guerrilla Marketing takes consumers by surprise, makes an indelible impression, and pops up where and when people least expect it. This form of marketing is desired because it often has a high return on investment. Guerrilla marketers are able to make a lasting impression without spending a lot of their marketing budget. By being a little cleverer and more unpredictable, you challenge consumers who desire some fun in their products or services.

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31 Comments on "Video: 100 Best Guerilla Marketing Tactic Examples"


  1. Even though I think the examples you've displayed are more 'viral' marketing with big budgets (because at the core of guerilla marketing is supposed to be the low cost to the entrepreneur), I enjoyed the funny video. Thanks for taking the time to edit this and post this for us.

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  2. In regards to the negative comment you got (that you responded to with a "if you don't like it, just leave"). You started off talking about your definition of Guerilla Marketing as being the go-to solution for small businesses, as it by you definition is a marketing strategy with very little monetary investment and a high originality factor. You gave a really good example (the working-at-a-desk-in-the-middle-of-a-busy-street bit) and then proceeded to show several examples of "fantastic guerilla marketing"… Only problem is; most of those images are of marketing campaigns done by huge multinational corporations, and are the kind of marketing that cost more than 10-20 small businesses combined earn in a year.
    Don't get me wrong, the images were really cool and you are right, they display some pretty clever marketing. But almost none of them fall under your own definition of guerilla marketing.

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  3. Wow instead of what you promised in the title, you just showed a bunch of billboards and installations. I’d say these defeat the purpose of guerrilla marketing as they are significant investments and common

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