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    Senior Member Mike68 will become famous soon enough Mike68's Avatar
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    Woohoo it thinks I'm 18-24.

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    You can't beat me .

    Your categories and demographics
    No interest or demographic categories are associated with your ads preferences so far.

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    Senior Member Mike68 will become famous soon enough Mike68's Avatar
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    So you either google nothing... or everything?

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    I don't know if the marketing of id software is doing a good or a bad job.

    The question is what they want to achieve with quake live and what their strategy might be.
    My assumptions:
    Quake live is a poor dog in their bcg matrix.
    Quake live is in the decline/withdraw phase of the product live cycle.
    The strategy is just to keep the target group of fps gamers "happy" and not to loose them to competitors.

    If my assumptions are right, there is no point for ID software to spend much money in marketing campains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike68 View Post
    So you either google nothing... or everything?
    Neither. Google lets you configure this "we know what you googled last summer... perv!" thingie. I guess FlashSoul
    just has it disabled.
    Real life? Life is real?!

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    1: You know who Betty White is.
    2: You recognized her in their commercial.

    Looks like The target audience was hit to me. Most 10 year old kids on COD I assure you do not know who Betty White is. But a person who played this game 10 years ago is now well over 25, and does laundry.

    And besides. If Betty White is using that laundry detergent it's probably some good stuff. Old people usually have soft skin and are wise of what household brands to use. I trust Betty decisions.
    Last edited by CeeLoGreen; 11-17-2012 at 03:26 PM.

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