...for an online newspaper/blog that I write for...I'll consider anything, no matter how stupid and/or crazy. Just want to raise awareness for <snipped link - do not promote in the forums>
If you are willing to spend money, you can try offline marketing like printing t-shirts, brochures etc.
This was of interest a while ago...
Looks like you're good at your word... in the fact that you appear most desperate to self promote in the forums; even though it's generally frowned on here.
Wouldn't you get a better result sponsoring a bungee jump?
You could always try posting links to your blog in forums that self promotion is against TOS.
That would be quite the stunt!
<snipped link - do not promote in the forums>
That Wasn't Me btw.
Do You Know What a Bungee Jump is?
If so; it is something that can generate huge feedback and community involvement.... Explore the possibility and you will be plesantly surprised.
If you can't handle the fall.... hold a vertual BJ... and have them bet on the amount of spring in your rubber!
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