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I got it online fast cos the ad agency sent me an email telling me of the video. Other sites got exactly the same (flattering) email. This irked me, and is one of the reasons my first draft was so badly handled.]]>
Every time I see it on yet another bike site, I get the impression of a bunch of smug S.o.B. cyclists nodding sagely to each other, and generally looking down their noses at motorists (not that that’s a terribly bad thing . . .)
No, I’ve had enough. Until we can get this sort of thing widely seen on motoring sites & blogs, it’s just so much self-congratulatory frippery.]]>
I have a fair bit of experience helping beginners (mostly adult) or those that haven’t cycled since childhood, into cycling. One of their first comments is “there seen to be more cyclists now that I’m cycling”.
If you’re aware of something you notice it more.
All this ad says is “look for cyclists”.
As for plagiarism… I think it adapts a good idea… It may have been a good to contact the creator first.
Does it hit it’s target? Only time will tell. They say that only half of all advertising works… but nobody knows which half… to me anything that puts cycling in a positive spotlight can’t be bad.]]>