Dead Baby Marketing

Meaning : A term coined by web traffic and promotion company uSocial.net, meaning the act of driving attention to something by using shock-tactics that would normally garner the interest of the majority of the public.

Example : An press release that uses an extreme or 'shock' title to draw attention to it would be an example of Dead Baby Marketing.

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