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26 Creative Guerilla Marketing Examples

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We are so overwhelmed with advertising everywhere that it becomes hard for creative agencies to make ads that stand out. Guerilla advertising is a great way to make unusual, surrealistic visuals and situations that passers by will remember.

As creative thinkers we constantly have to think of new and exciting ways to grab people’s attention. Sometimes it is by going bigger. Perhaps it’s by coming up with a better social media marketing strategy.

In order to find some creative advertising inspiration, we decided to search the web for the best examples of guerrilla marketing we could find.

 

Amnesty International

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Casino Airport

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Colgate

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Dental Implant Insurance

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Duracell Batteries

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Folgers Coffee

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Gold's Gym

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Hung

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King Kong

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Landmine awareness

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Lipton Tea

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Mr Clean

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National Geographic

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Nikon cameras

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Nivea

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The North Face

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Peugeot 308

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Sopranos

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Spiderman 2

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Superglue

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Tyskie Beer

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Unicef

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Volkswagen

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Weight Watchers

Weight Watchers

 

Copenhagen Zoo

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By Janet Duane

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