Guerrilla Marketing: The World’s Largest GPS

Posted: July 21, 2010 in Experiential Marketing, Guerrilla Marketing
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Nokia has created the world’s largest interactive signpost smack down the middle of London! This giant sign came with the purpose of increasing product awareness for Nokia’s new GPS (Global Positioning System). Consumers could to text in recommendations of local attractions and hotspots anywhere in the world. Once submitted, participant’s destinations were displayed upon the massive sign, complete with destination and distance to that location.  The signpost was complemented by a website that kept track of all recommendations. This Guerrilla stunt created a monstrous impact on the London market, illustrating that the use of social media while utilizing the power of consumers can create a lifetime brand experience. This sign gave London individuals the perfect experience of what it’s like to own a Nokia GPS.

‘Hey, no big deal, but I just controlled the world’s largest sign!’

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Comments
  1. Jaclyn says:

    Super cool! I texted Irvine, Ca to it!

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