New FHS Social Media Ad Campaign (poll)

By James Lewis on August 31, 2009

Help us choose the brand new ad that will appear in an upcoming issue of Forest History Today magazine promoting the Forest History Society’s new social media tools.  Take a look at the ads below (click on any of the ads to enlarge them) and select your favorite in the poll at the bottom of the page.

The ad campaign features exclusive photos from the FHS Photo Collection.  Choose your favorite!

1. Hungry Man:

Hungry Man Social Media Ad

2. Saw Lady:

Saw Lady Social Media Ad

3. Flex Your Muscles:

Muscles Social Media Ad

4. Looking Up:

Looking Up Social Media Ad

5. Makes No Sense:

Making Sense Social Media Ad

6. Left Out in the Cold:

Cold Social Media Ad

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0 responses to “New FHS Social Media Ad Campaign (poll)”

  1. Jessie Henninger says:

    These are hilarious! I don’t know if I can choose just one. 😉

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  4. Bob Healy says:

    VERY inventive. Maybe you guys should run an ad agency on the side.
    Any chance of sending these to larger mailing lists for vote? They really are fun, and would make people aware of the sites–more so than just the chosen one.

    I wonder about the Social Media term. We aren’t really using these socially, but more as multiple ways of getting information out. Web 2.0 Media? Cutting edge media? Just a thought.

    Congratulations on mastering these technologies so quickly and effectively. I think the overall result really gives a more modern image to FHS and an international reach.