Spread the word!!
Become a Danger Dodger!
With no $35 million to spend on advertising (this was the average for mainstream films the last time the MPAA reported the figure in 2006), we’ve had to do things our own way. This has included both clandestine and conspicuous activities…. subvertising, slipping our flyers into publications, and you might have seen those stickers popping up around London, or the black and white poster?
And also much internet blogging, pestering, publicising, of course.
We wish we could be everywhere doing this, and in some ways we can be because you can get involved! Now we’re not suggesting anyone gets in any trouble but being creative can get the message out there in some very effective ways…..
1. Real world community marketing
Here are a couple of images which you might want to use to spread it around in your local area. For example printing some of these images and sticking them around your town or university or school could be very effective. Click them to enlarge and download.
Why not use this on your website or as your Facebook banner! Also link to our Watch page.
Another effective option is to upload one of these pictures to your account and tag all of the friends that you would like to see it!
If you use Twitter why not tweet at some of these organisations and ask them to talk about us – it sounds much better coming from you!
Copy and paste this:
“I really think you guys should #watchthecrisisfilm http://crisisofcivilization.com/watch/ “
and send it to…
There are also many more, so just get on Twitter and start pestering!
4. Get the DVD & Put on a screening !
Remember, there are loads of people that don’t watch films online despite what we might think living in our cyber bubbles! So why not purchase our DVD to support us and get this information out the people who wouldn’t normally come across it, like your Grandparents or your Mum and Dad?
If you could take the time to do one or all of these things then you will officially become a Danger Dodger!
“Being aware means knowing the dangers that surround us, and being alert involves planning ahead to avoid those dangers”