When Facebook rolled out their new “Like” button for websites, everyone scrambled to install it. When you “like” an article on a blog or site with the plugin installed, it will post that to your Facebook status. This can help grow traffic to a particular post, and allow readers to find you who never might have otherwise. The “you like this” phrase is showing up everywhere – including on women’s underwear.
Victoria’s Secret has announced that they will be selling limited-edition panties with the “You Like This” slogan emblazoned on the rear side. They are free with purchase, but you’ll have to print out a coupon and take it with you to the store. This could get a few guys into trouble, but it is a genius marketing ploy to get people to “like” the company’s page on Facebook.
What are your thoughts on this marketing campaign? Are you growing tired of the whole “like” phenomena, or are you still busy clicking that precious link everywhere you find it?
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