Check Out These Three Can’t Miss Events During Affiliate Summit

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard of Clickbooth and their epic parties during ad:tech and Affiliate Summit. While continuing the tradition of the Affiliate Nation Mega Party, they are also thinking smaller with two limited capacity events during Affiliate Summit, held at the New York Marriott Marquis August 10-12. Here are the details on what they have planned for Affiliate Summit:

The cb:Black Event
What? Most exclusive Affiliates Only event in Affiliate Summit history
Who? Only 100 VIP Affiliates admitted. No Networks, No advertisers, No Newbies
Where & When?
Monday 8-11-14, from 6pm – 9pm
in the Jay Z Suite at New York’s hottest 40/40 Club
6 West 25th Street. New York, NY 10010.
11 minutes from Convention
Additional Sponsors: Voluum & RevContent
For more info and to request an invite: http://events.clickbooth.com/theblackevent

The Clickbooth & Limelight Event
What? Two of the largest powerhouses in the advertising world could come together to create a small yet powerful event.
Who? This is an event for the BIGGEST advertisers in the industry. Capacity is extremely limited.
Where & When?
Monday, August 11th 2014, from 6pm – 9pm
at Bagatelle – “NYC’s hottest lounge”
One Little West 12th Street, New York, NY 10014
18 minutes from Convention

For more info and to request an invite
: https://www.limelightcrm.com/events/bagatelle/

The Affiliate Nation Mega Party
What? THE Industry party. Twista is performing and we’re treating you to open bar all night!
Who? All conference attendees are invited. Be sure to RSVP and arrive early this event always hits capacity and has a line out the door.
Where & When?
Monday 8-11-14, from 10-2am
LQ Nightclub
511 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10017
6 minutes from Convention
For more info and to RSVP: http://www.affiliatenation.com/newyork2014/

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Check Out These Three Can’t Miss Events During Affiliate Summit

Without Admitting Its Products Were Ever Bad, Johnson’s Touts Reformulated Baby Products

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Without admitting the ingredients formaldehyde and 1,4-dioxane, present in 100 of its baby products, Johnson’s Baby, which earlier this year began introducing reformulated products, is out with a delightfully fuzzy, feel good campaign touting the removal of those ingredients.

In essence, the brand caved to consumer pressure and reacted “solely to ease moms peace of mind” so says the press release.

Created by Light of Day Productions, a new two-minute video has Johnson & Johnson parents and their kids making 1,000 origami cranes filled with promises which are then hung from the ceiling.

While the ad acknowledges the fact ingredients were removed, it doesn’t really tell us that other chemicals replaced those that were removed. We’re no scientist and we’re not saying these new chemicals are bad…we’re just saying.

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Without Admitting Its Products Were Ever Bad, Johnson’s Touts Reformulated Baby Products

You Won’t Believe What Happens to These…Oh Who Are We Kidding…Watch These Apartment Renters Get Scared Sh*tless In Prankvertising Stunt

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Borrowing heavily from the Paranormal Activity and Saw movie franchises, Danish apartment rental company Lejebolig is out with a video which aims to reming people to use their common sense when renting.

Apparently, there are a lot of fake landlords ripping people off and that’s what this prank film aims to bring to light.

In the video, unsuspecting renters are taken to an apartment previously occupied by the now dead father of the landlord. Once the landlord leaves to let the potential renters check the place out, we get pictures that move by themselves, Billy the Puppet from Saw rising his tricycle, swaying lamps, a radio that turns on by itself and all kinds of other haunted house events.

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You Won’t Believe What Happens to These…Oh Who Are We Kidding…Watch These Apartment Renters Get Scared Sh*tless In Prankvertising Stunt

Paris Hilton is Back in New Carl’s Jr. Ad!

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Can you believe it’s been 9 years since Paris Hilton washed that Bentley while eating a Carl’s Jr. BBQ Burger? Well, she’s back.

Hilton, 33, makes a cameo appearance in an ad featuring Sports Illustrated model Hannah Ferguson. As the black bikini-clad Ferguson washes a pickup truck — seductively slathering soap all over herself just like Hilton did in the original — Paris appears and says, “You missed a spot.” So awesome.

It’s all to promote the chain’s new Texas BBQ Thickburger. But who cares about that. Not only do we have one hot chick selling us a hamburger; we have two!

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This Nun Has A Dirty Little Habit

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OK, now we’ve gone too far. Are we really to believe that a washing machine needs a cleaning product to clean it when, um, let’s be honest, it cleans itself every time it runs because, oh, WE PUT DETERGENT IN EVERY TIME!

Anyway, that little bit of logic hasn’t prevented Tide from introducing its Washing Machine Cleaner product. Nor has it prevented Saatchi & Saatchi New York from exponentially overdoing a “dirty little habit” joke.

Because if we only advertised what people actually needed, there wouldn’t be enough business to keep all those agencies and holding companies in business.

This Nun Has A Dirty Little Habit