A Hunter Shoots A Bear: Making Ink Correction Fluid Look Interesting
A customized video ad on YouTube resembles the 'Subservient Chicken' of viral video yore.
A recent YouTube video ad for ink correction fluid brand Tipp-Ex allows offers a custom, interactive experience to viewers based on the product’s key functionality – allowing you to correct your original intention, or to change your mind. The video’s co-protagonist – a hunter/camper – is about to shoot a bear at his campsite, when he instead decides to use Tipp-Ex (taking it from the ad unit next to video) to correct the word ‘shoots’ in the video title bar, and instead allow you to instruct what the hunter should do to the bear.
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