Wellington promoter Martha Samasoni Facebooked the author less than seventy-two hours ago about doing a deal for K-Ci & Jojo to push their Wellington gig this Wednesday 14th December, and within hours their song “You Bring Me Up,” was written into the textual and online version of a TV series.
“It also illustrates the ‘Fluidity,’
MAPP—it, which is principally based on product placement from film and TV, works when a brand or product is written into the flash fiction and is crossbred with a poetry blog style story written in Metafiction. It takes the “mundane” out of Online Advertising, relying on creating a brand experience rather than a “click here,” one.
The inactive medium created in a captivating story, which stands on its own as a work of art, maximizes Social Media in its distribution hub. On Facebook, you can “Like” and comment on the GUIOPERA, which is about to reach its climatic ending this Christmas Day.
“Johnny fights for redemption in a dream, the Novice has to deliver a story which started way back sometime in the 1800s….” Advises JRA, the creator and author of the story about the story being written, who also appears as a character in the story, giving the whole thing a surreal quality that is rare to say the least.
The chapter featuring K-Ci & Jojo and their hit track “You Bring Me Up” will be the “LATEST UPLOAD,” this Wednesday 14th December down under and the 13th December in the northern hemisphere. Be sure to check it out on the Novice’s Facebook page www.newglobalrealm.com
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“MAPP it” —MobileAdApp Product Placement is Narrative Marketing that uses the GUIOPERA as a medium in which the Author extols the virtues of select brands and products via characters in a story about a story being written—GUIOPERA.