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    Are ad crowdsourcing contests good or bad for film makers?
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    Just wondering what peoples thoughths are?
    Last edited by filmekanik; 12-05-2014 at 12:58 AM.


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    i kind of think bad.

    Basically the big corporation gets a free commercial from someone who put in ideas, energy and time.

    This is the ultimate craigslist "you'll get exposure" technique.

    Then again... national ad is a national ad....

    tough one.
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    Not good for everyone who doesn't win.

    And IMO not so good for the company doing it as well.
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    is that where all the ultra quirky, borderline-amateur-looking-but-kinda-professional ads for name brands are coming from?


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