Minecraft’s Steve visits Walmart – but it’s unofficial. Wow. You know your brand is popular when someone is doing that for your brand.
Here is an experiment done by LG on interview applicants. See how they react to what’s happening on the screen.
People are often willing to do the unthinkable to claim a freebie. Here is what people would do for claiming a free James Bond movie ticket.
You don’t want to argue with people who need a cup of Starbucks coffee. So, a prank to see how people react will be epic. A brave branding gig?
You don’t see a tiger prowling and UFOs flying on a busy street every day. That’s also true in London, UK. But this time, it’s different.
Everything seems normal to this car salesman, except the fact that the test driver is Jeff Gordon, a pro stock car racing driver in disguise.
Volkswagen gets people’s attention by doing what other brands are rarely doing: Teaching about safe driving – and make a strong case why people should do just that.
Want to learn how to promote your business using prankvertising? Learn from these horror/supranatural movie prank ads. They are scarily effective.
I have just found a hidden gem on YouTube – I’ve never watched this dated Coca-Cola ad before but I think it is worth sharing.
If you publicly ridicule the authenticity of a prank ad, get ready to become a prank victim. Pepsi MAX and Jeff Gordon has done it again.
If you were offered a chance to grab that cool-looking-but-expensive The North Face jacket for free, what would you do?
Are you up to the challenge? Play Google Maps’ Pokemon Challenge with people from all around the world!
Virgin Australia launches the world’s first airport lounge for pets! Inside, your pets are pampered with the best service in the world. Check it out!
This guy pretended to be an Apple employee and managed to fool people. I guess it all boils down to how well a person talks.