The viral marketing company Thinkmodo has once again cleverly entered inside the minds of young women with its recent video called 'What Girls Look At,' this time uncovering what females glance at most when chatting to men.
Shot in New York City with the help of a handsome man and four hidden cameras located in different areas of his body, the hilarious video caught girls looking the most at the guy’s biceps, butt and crotch.
The corporation behind this project is Hearst, one of the largest diversified media companies in the country. This type of viral campaign was done before by the same company when it launched its first iPad magazine titled Cosmo For Guys. For this project, Thinkmodo created a video called iPad Head Girl, which proved to be a major success with over 1 million views on YouTube.
The What Girls Look At experiment shows this type of market research to be successful for future campaigns.
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Trending: Older & Average
Research: 3,793 clicks in 244 w
Interest: > 3 minutes
Concept: What Girls Look At Video
Related: 70 examples / 54 photos
Segment: Males, 18-35
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