Content marketing is often bad because it’s trying to strike the balance between making good content and imparting a brand message. But sometimes, the two meet.
Tutoring company The Tutor Crowd should take a bow. It took to the streets for its funny marketing stunt, which involved correcting graffiti from all over London and creating a Tumblr to showcase each correction. Talk about the grammar police.
This is perfectly on brand — and great content. Check out the Tumblr for yourself.
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