payeco wrote: »
And Australia. They also call it soccer. Aussie Rules Football (or just "football" or "footie" in Australia) is different from both American Football and soccer.
Those 14 millions in marketing has got to be put to good use!
hill60 wrote: »
Depends what state you are in NSW and QLD call rugby league football.
jared porter wrote: »
Pretty much unrelated, but don't forget the little boy who performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and afterwards was given a Sony tablet only to hand it back and say "thanks, but we're getting an iPad for Christmas." That segment got promptly removed from YouTube.
@ roccodelgreco. Thanks for sharing that link. I had never seen that before, it was great. After that video I stumbled upon this version of the same show, where I think they edited in a different prize at the end, apparently? Anyway....
roccodelgreco wrote: »
jared porter wrote: »
@ roccodelgreco. Thanks for sharing that link. I had never seen that before, it was great. After that video I stumbled upon this version of the same show, where I think they edited in a different prize at the end, apparently? Anyway....http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOUFfeg0Xm0
That's a great link!!But...but...but... I thought Fandroids said that iPads were only for "old" people and that young folks think Apple products are no longer cool!!! Fandroids said this!!! It must be true right??!! It's not like they are simply blowing smoke up everyone's a$$ and hope people think it smells like roses right?? Losers.This just goes to show that the innocence of a child can't be questioned. Let's see how the whiny Fandroids try spinning this.
philboogie wrote: »
For real? That is too funky! Gonna look for it now; these things have their way on 'increased views'.
Is bad publicity still publicity when it comes to these sorts of foulups?
Which is completely consistent with the post you were responding to. Read the final sentence again.
Celeb endorsements are not new, this has been going on for a very long time. Companies pay these folks big money to use their product especially in public, and I am familiar with how it suppose to work. If a Celeb signs up to get payments to use and be seen with a companies products and do not show those products in the best light and if they especially are seen publicly with a competitors product the celeb would obviously lose the endorsement and they could also be required to pay penalties.
Either Samsung does not care or they do not have the power to enforce their Celebs to only use their products. However, I believe what we are seeing in these cases is the celeb is not the one making the comments its is one of their handlers who work for them and makes all the postings. Even if that is the case you would think Samsung would require who every is making the posting must make it from their products. But I go back to my original thought, Samsung has no power to enforce.