Best ad placement EVER

I don’t know if this was a case of brilliant marketing and insight, or a case of dumb luck, but however this happened, I tip my hat.

Obviously, the lead story in the New York Post was about now ex-New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer and the $80,000 or so he contributed to the economy — the economy of the evening, anyway.

Displayed very prominently on the bottom, left-hand corner of page two (the host page for the lead story) was a picture of a bright red high-heeled shoe, made by 5F and sold at Bergdorf Goodman for $325.

I mean, could you ASK for better placement?

While it’s true that page two is prime real estate no matter what’s going on, the picture of that shoe stood out prominently in a story about a prostitution ring and a disgraced politician.

So, to the people responsible for placing the ad: If it was intentional, I salute you, and if it was dumb luck, can I join you on a trip to Atlantic City or Vegas?

One comment on “Best ad placement EVER

  1. escorts100 says:

    This sad story make me feel “Something in the Way”(Nirvana)

    Underneath the bridge
    The tarp has sprung a leak
    And the animals Ive trapped
    Have all become my pets
    And Im living off of grass
    And the drippings from the ceiling
    Its okay to eat fish
    cause they dontt have any feelings

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