The Best Content Marketing of 2019, Part 2

KFC dating sims, burger-based table top RPGs, and glitter madness.

On Content Marketing

by Dave Robson

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If you missed the first half of our round up, check it out here.

Burton Roofing Prices TV Homes

The simplicity of these images makes for great content marketing. It also helps that they’re easily sharable and were released right before the premiere of Stranger Things season three.

PornHub Cleaned Beaches

Do you hate plastic garbage ruining the ocean? So does PornHub, and they decided to fight plastic waste with a video they called the “Dirtiest Porn Ever”. We’re not linking it, and we know that nobody is going to google that title in a different browser with private mode engaged, so here’s what it’s about. Basically, two people have sex on a polluted beach while guys in hazmat suits clean up around them. Every watch donates some cash to Ocean Polymers, a group trying to clean plastic from the ocean. And that’s the story of how a bunch of mainstream news sites like the New York Post, iHeartRadio, and the Sun gave coverage to PornHub.

Wendy’s Makes a Table Top RPG

Do you want to play Dungeons and Dragons but want more burger puns, characters who are kind of clerics but serve figurative double bacon cheeseburgers, and honest to goodness buffs for eating Wendy’s while you play? Well, Wendy’s made an actual table top RPG, complete with rules and a full adventure, and you can play it whenever. Go ahead, download it now.

KFC’s Dating Sim

Speaking of free-to-play games, KFC made a dating simulator that you can play from Steam right now. And if you don’t, for some reason, want to sit through an hour of KFC jokes, you can read about our play through here.

Steve-O Records a Get Well Message

With Cameo, you can pay for custom celebrity messages. And how should one promote such a service? Why, with an actual video of a custom celebrity message . . . and a reaction video, of course.

Mark Roper Makes Another Glitter Trap, and Bose Helps

Porch pirates suck and nobody likes them. That’s why people love Mark Roper’s glitter trap that records the reaction of a porch pirate when a glitter bomb goes off. Oh, and there’s fart spray. Anyway, Bose stepped up and supplied the packaging, because they probably hate porch pirates too.