Geeks Targeting

Marketing : Cattle displacement

 

Salt & Pepper shakers : Vader & Stormtroopers (awweee). Monopoly Game of Thrones (!??). A Spiderman Pop Figure looking like he’s 3 years old (well…). Warcraft (or Harry Potter, whatever) cooking or cocktails books (yeah yeah yeah).

This article is not an article, it’s a question :

How does it feel to be a target?

Happiness? You buy? What’s the part of “Oh well, they got my money : I have a $20 stormtrooper salt shaker now…”? Is this cool? What about this little Pop thing on your desk? Is it just “cute”, or is it “cute, but, all right, it $30 of crappy plastic”?

Well, I almost had a little crush for the shakers, ohlalaaaaa…

Thanks for reading!

 

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#Geek #Marketing : Cattle Displacement

Marketing, it is what it is.

But Geek Marketing is like more terrible to watch (why?). You see human beings “happy to buy” this “mainstream but no-mainstream” shit, from Funko Pop to Walking Dead comics (162 issues today), from Goth subculture clothes & things from the Star (Wars or Trek?). Eeeeeekkkk!

They never finish to gather to… say they’re different. Well, they’re moved : cattle displacement. Buy buy buy.

Tool : Obey : buy this Jack Skellington Pop, this Hello Kitty purse, and this 700$ Falcon Millenium Lego. Obey (all these things are very cool).

Or not!

Have a nice day!

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