Scroogled Mugs A Huge Hit, Currently Out Of Stock

The Scroogled merchandise appears to be a hit among the Microsoft community and the mugs are currently out of stock.  If you are considering purchasing a t-shirt or hoodie for a loved one, now may be the time to do so to ensure you get one in time for the holiday season.  For those that think this is beneath Microsoft, just think back to the “Hi I’m a PC/Mac” commercials.  Ad Age reported earlier last month, Microsoft’s “Scroogled” ad campaign has actually seen positive results.

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  • sri_tech

    As a huge Microsoft fan, Microsoft should stop this and concentrate on marketing their own products.

    Improve the marketing of Windows phones, Windows PCs in all countries, not only US.

    • arrow2010

      Guess what they are marketing Windows, Office, Skype, Surface, XBox and so forth. This Scroogled campaign probably doesn’t cost more than 0.5% of the marketing budget and it makes people aware of Google’s nefarious practices.

    • Bugbog

      The sort of ‘overall’ perception Google has really requires this sort ad campaign to break. Merely stating “my product is better than your product” doesn’t work! You can (as we’ve seen) throw billions of dollars into the pot to do it and it still won’t yield acceptable percentage points of difference.

      This is Much better. It’s simple, it’s catchy, it’s straight-forward, and it’s true!

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  • Nham Thien Duong

    I’m certain this is because so many people are upset over what Google+ did to YouTube.

  • reKitab

    I want one, two, three, four, 5, 6……:)

  • NegLewis

    MS – please STOP!!!
    For the sake… please stop.
    It was fun while no people knew what Google did with our data…
    Now – it’s quite tragic…

    People need free vaseline not free live-life advices.