Disappointed with “fair and balanced” coverage by Fox News? Angry at some politician? Want to spoil one of your Facebook friend’s reputation forever in the eyes of your mutual (and not only mutual) friends? You thought that there was no way to express your anger? You thought that you were bound to be depressed because of this? No. There is a way!
Do you hate the website On Social Change Advertising?Assuming your answer is “Yes! I do” – Help yourself please! Let’s spill some oil here, shall we?
So, how does viral engagement work? Or how can you do it?
Just imagine your own reaction. Nothing helps better than doing this if you really want to see how effective the strategies of viral revenge could be. In the early morning, right after you have checked your email and found out that nothing bad was happening, you go to check your Facebook to check what your friends are up to. You log in to see your wall and the walls of other friends of yours. Alas! The only thing that you see is that your profile is gone completely black…or, better to say, by noticing strange black spots on it, you realize that it is covered with oil. What an embarrassment! Somebody has spread painted you!
Here is a description of your strategy for action. You pick the website of your choice. And spill oil on it. The way you want. And in front of your eyes, the website will become covered with oil. And you, as a WWII pilot fighter, will be able to spill the oil in any corner of the website, yes, that website, that you want to punish so much!
The spilling oil action is a viral engagement strategy invented by Greenpeace. Here is a viral engagement space where your revenge for social change begins!