Everyone has certain milestones they like to acknowledge and celebrate. This one carves a smile on my face. I had been apprehensive at the thought of committing to this project but have found it enjoyable and therapeutic. In the 13 weeks I have been slicing through my brain and banging this keyboard like a blunt instrument against a fresh skull, I am appreciative to have received encouraging feedback and am honored that so many of you find the material contained within Corpsetagious to be entertaining and informative. With that trepidation vs. success in mind, let’s delve into Issue #13 and explore another extension of Scarevertisment.
More mainstream then ever but still quite taboo, the haunted house industry is like the old, Wild West. There are no real rules in this grave new world. It is filled with gun slinging haunt owners who claim their haunt is the largest or scariest. They come packed with egos holstered on their hips and a flask of “secrets” tucked away in their breast pockets.
A friend of mine who heads up Zombie Walk Jackson once joked that we are all similar to rival mafia families. While this is not true of everyone in the haunt industry, many keep themselves guarded as if other haunts are trying to put them out of business. I feel that could not be farther fro...
Leatherface could subdue your screams with a blow to the head from a mallet but it was his roaring tool of choice, the chainsaw that made him legendary. Rev up the sharp computer coded teeth of the internet to contrive and cut out your own legendary status through increased attendance. A strong internet presence and advertising campaign provides a professional appearance and mass outreach for your haunt. Plug yourself in as we hack into the mainframe of this week’s topic.
After submersing myself down the rabbit hole of this alternate digital universe, I quickly understood why some companies hire Social Media Administrators. It can be...
“When this emergency first began, radio and television was advising people to stay inside, behind locked doors for safety. Well that situation has now changed. We’re able to report a definite course of action for you.”
Put on your tin foil hats folks and please keep your hands on your wallets until this ride has come to a complete stop. We are going to explore advertising your haunt through radio and television, and then segue into next weeks topic.
Traditional radio advertisements can cost you an arm and a leg. If you want to book a live spot where they broadcast from your location you might have to dismember an entire body. Somet...