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Bad product placement is as convincing as Tom Cruise’s shoe lifts. (Fittingly then, Cruise has been front and centre in some of the most shameless pimp-my-product moments in modern celluloid history.) But the future of product placement is far more subtle. In fact, it's barely even there.
The internet has enabled ever greater possibilities for creative viral marketing, which encourage potential customers to jump on the meme bandwagon and fuel the dissemination of commercial messages with their own enthusiasm. However, as with most things on the internet, the lifespan of this approach is generally short lived. A new approach that seems to be gaining popularity is embedding your product within a short film that, on face value, is documenting something entirely different.