Ronald, how could you?
According to the Strategic Public Relations blog, there's a fake blog running on TypePad that's there to support some dumb Super Bowl advertisement.
If you link to the site, I suggest using the text "fake blog" because, you know, some search engines care about that stuff. :-)
You can also read
Scoble's Shel's take on The Red Couch:
... Fake blogs have neither. In fact, they demonstrate that no one is passionate enough about the product inside the company so they had to hire an ad agency to do a fake blog to try to get bloggers to link up.
Dyson wouldn't need to do a fake blog to sell their vacuum cleaners, would they?
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