Traditional Advertising Obituary

Traditional Advertising, of the world, died in May of 2010, in Palo Alto California from complications related to social media. Traditional Advertising was the father of Billboards and Television commercials. His wife Big Business survives him.

Traditional Advertising was a committed husband and is best remembered for spending large amounts of money as a means of growing market share at the expense of truly understanding the needs and wants of consumers.

Traditional Advertising was a loving father to his two children Billboards and TV Commercials. Sadly, both of his offspring inherited the same genetic disorder as their father and are unable to create meaningful context based relationships with their customers.

The deceased’s loving wife, Big Business has recently founded a new charity by the name of Social Web Awareness. The money raised has gone to support cutting-edge research into the understanding the genetic disorder that plagued her husband and now threatens the life of her children.

Thanks to deluge of public support, research has discovered several conclusions about social media. These include the fact that disease has the power to provide companies with the chance to for create meaningful relationships with customers. As well as a better understand their customer and quickly disseminate information about their company and products to consumers.


About Death of the Billboard

My name is Matthew Forsyth and I graduated from Pacific Lutheran University with a degree in Marketing. I would describe myself as a creative thinker who is passionate about social media and creative marketing.
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