My very unscientific research into the field of penis related advertising started when I was given the job to check my boss’s emails. She, yes she, would get multiple emails a day asking her if she wanted to increase the size of her penis by 1 to 4 inches (depending on the duration of time she stayed on the pills), or if she was tired of its flaccidity and wanted a boost she could get 70% off some pills. Once the hilarity of seeing these emails subsided I got to wonder a few things, and wished I could get some answers.
Who are these companies? As a male in my twenties it would seem more relevant for them to flood my mailbox with advertisements relating to the male sexual organ. Instead they are sending countless emails to a middle age women. In addition, there is no ambiguity in her email address. It is just her name, which I assume has never been used by a male, and the company we work for. I am a little bit jealous that those guys have jobs in marketing. I think the least thing they could do was come up with some sort of gender neutral add campaign delivered through email so that it would at least in theory be effective no matter who opened the email. "Are you unsatisfied by the size of your (or your lovers) johnson?" How easy was that? Instead they are bombarding strangers with vulgar messages that do not even directly concern them.
Does this form of advertising really work, and is it specific to that ailment? I would love to know if there have been test groups and case studies that prove that in general, the best way to reach that demographic (male unsatisfied by size and performance) is through random emails. Questionnaires have been handed out and returned and the most trustworthy source of penis expanders are found in emails with the words jumbled up to get past spam filters. It almost seems crazy that anyone would contact any of these sites. Actually, I honestly want to know if there has ever been anyone that contacted them or are they on some sort of medical grant loophole that employs the unemployable by sending ten word emails to millions of random people. I am positive that if anyone really wanted help in that area they would find a better way to contact professionals. Would you trust any other medical matter through that type of contact?
One possible flip side is that there is someone out there that feels that if they could just get the word out, their enlarger will start flying off the shelves. The problem is that their email-marketing department is not so bright. So, instead of working on efficiency or even looking like a credible company they just go out there willy nilly and send strangers creepy emails. The company owner comes in saying, "What is this? Does that email really refer to a throbbing member?"
"Uh, I guess so."
"You don’t think that’s offensive at all?"
"Get outa here!"