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Not to be confused with the 'flog' that means ''[[http://freenetproject.org/ Freenet]] blog''. For the act of flagellation, commonly known as "flogging", see ATasteOfTheLash. Also not to be confused with "The Flog" by FeliciaDay (a blend of "Felicia" and "vlog").

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Not to be confused with the 'flog' that means ''[[http://freenetproject.org/ Freenet]] blog''. For the act of flagellation, commonly known as "flogging", see ATasteOfTheLash. Also not to be confused with "The Flog" by FeliciaDay Creator/FeliciaDay (a blend of "Felicia" and "vlog").


* Several flogs within the past few years (perhaps 2008 to 2010) have appeared for açaí berry supplements, making proud flowery proclamations of grand weight loss using their pills, and linking through sites like {{Yahoo}}! Answers. They're very easy to see through after skimming for just a few seconds, but they're still written as if they're just personal blog entries.

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* Several flogs within the past few years (perhaps 2008 to 2010) have appeared for açaí berry supplements, making proud flowery proclamations of grand weight loss using their pills, and linking through sites like {{Yahoo}}! Website/{{Yahoo}}! Answers. They're very easy to see through after skimming for just a few seconds, but they're still written as if they're just personal blog entries.


Compare to CommercePimp. Not to be confused with the 'flog' that means ''[[http://freenetproject.org/ Freenet]] blog''. For the act of flagellation, commonly known as "flogging", see ATasteOfTheLash. Also not to be confused with "The Flog" by FeliciaDay (a blend of "Felicia" and "vlog").

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Compare to CommercePimp. Not to be confused with the 'flog' that means ''[[http://freenetproject.org/ Freenet]] blog''. For the act of flagellation, commonly known as "flogging", see ATasteOfTheLash. Also not to be confused with "The Flog" by FeliciaDay (a blend of "Felicia" and "vlog").


* In December 2006, Sony attempted a so-called "viral" marketing campaign for the [[PlaystationPortable PlayStation Portable]] that included fake blogs -- and were caught at it within days. To their credit, they fessed up to it almost immediately and even poked a little fun at their failure.

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* In December 2006, Sony attempted a so-called "viral" marketing campaign for the [[PlaystationPortable [[UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable PlayStation Portable]] that included fake blogs -- and were caught at it within days. To their credit, they fessed up to it almost immediately and even poked a little fun at their failure.


Compare to CommercePimp. Not to be confused with the 'flog' that means ''[[http://freenetproject.org/ Freenet]] blog''. For the act of flagellation, see ATasteOfTheLash. Also not to be confused with "The Flog" by FeliciaDay (a blend of "Felicia" and "vlog").

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Compare to CommercePimp. Not to be confused with the 'flog' that means ''[[http://freenetproject.org/ Freenet]] blog''. For the act of flagellation, commonly known as "flogging", see ATasteOfTheLash. Also not to be confused with "The Flog" by FeliciaDay (a blend of "Felicia" and "vlog").


As of December 12, 2006, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission has begun a [[http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/12/11/AR2006121101389.html?nav=rss_technology serious investigation]] of so-called "word of mouth" advertising campaigns, which will include {{flog}}s among its targets.

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As of December 12, 2006, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission has begun a [[http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/12/11/AR2006121101389.html?nav=rss_technology serious investigation]] of so-called "word of mouth" advertising campaigns, which will include {{flog}}s flogs among its targets.

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