Thinkerbell “The Internet is Hungry” New work for sensors – B and T

Information is disappearing from the World Wide Web and for the first time the Internet is starving, and when the Internet is starving, a little strange action begins. Or it could be a new campaign for Snickers through Thinkerbell.

The Internet is typically the most sophisticated, efficient and productive machine. Eat what you want before you know it. But in the coming weeks, sneakers will show how smart the Internet can be.

Barcode Marketing Director Richard Weigerger said: “At SNICKERS we always try to be contextual with our target audience and now they are online more than ever, so what better way to show the effects of hunger than to undermine algorithms. And the Internet personality itself? ”

Hungry Internet is copying online algorithms to feed content that is in stark contrast to what you normally find. SNICKERS is an up-to-date reminder to keep all mixed content from surfing the Internet.

“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to extend the image -” You are not hungry “for SNICKERS forum. After many years of starving and confused celebrities, now I feel like it is the right time to show the effects on the human body.

The Internet is now everywhere online, from YouTube to SnapChat, showing websites, chaotic chatbots, confusing banner ads and social channels, and even SNICKERS has its own Instagram password.


Mars Wrigley

Ben Hill, Marketing Director Mars Wireley Australia

Richard Weigerger, Director of Portfolio Marketing Bar

Annie Cummins, Brand Manager Sneakers and Twix

Kyle Williams, Regional General Manager – Brands and Content

A bell of thought

Creative Tinker, Matthias Rice

Chief Creative Tinker, Sean McNicholas

Leading thinker, Jamie Herman

PR Tinker, Tara Miller

Main Thoughts, Adam Ferrier

Executive Innovator Tinker, Tom Wenburn

Designer, Jack Dinsmore

Main Product Tinker, De Nash

Leading Production Tinker, Naomi Ninaber

Editor, Kevin Boletu

Pre-packaged product, Magnesium

Media, MediaCom

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