Mona Lisa’s smile isn’t ever the same again after players manipulate her famous gaze with lip plumping and cosmetic alterations using botox, collagen and some nipping and tucking of her other “famous assets”. But success wasn’t only in the idea and the flash development – Pod’s viral punch launched the campaign for the Dr. Comenge brand which did not include a single paid placement. All campaign activity was word of mouth and online seeding. The national PR received for the Mona Lisa Makeover game played a key role in the brands acceptance into retails sales locations including Sephora, Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom. Not only did the brand receive important retail placement but the game was placed in the national spotlight and was covered on NBC News, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, Terra Lycos and dozens of blog’s and websites concluding the end result of a powerful viral execution .
Mobile game, Facebook game, web game. Adorable claymation things, beating each other.
Alaska….Afghanistan…New York…Kazakhstan… Last Letter, a word game that challenges gamers to think of a location ...
We had a lot of fun with this viral marketing promotion for the revamped Yahoo! ...
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Jules Pieri, Co-founder & CEO, The Grommet
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Somehow Pod was able to translate our dry research ideas into the complete design for an incredible Facebook app.
Nathan Cobb, MD Chief Medical Officer, MeYou Health
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