There is speculation that Brian will be returning to ‘Family Guy’ on December 15.
Remember Neuroware’s cat ears? Now they want you to wear your phone on your head to record video.
Furries are pretty creative. Where conventional companies will pay advertising companies we find new way to promote our products and selves to others, the independent artists in the fandom have to use less conventional means of promotion. Two such staples that have become popular in the fandom over the past year which have been quite effective are Your Character Here auctions and “Repost a Link” Sweepstakes. However, with the increased popularity, people began to criticize abuse and annoyance at the side effects of these methods.
On November 21st, after a link-reposting sweepstakes promising the winner a $1,111 started to saturate the site, FurAffinity staff finally decided that what once started as a small advertising scheme entered into the realm of intolerable spam, calling the methodology “Spam to Win”. They also re-addressed an issue where artists would repost YCH auction template pictures for updates causing issues and annoyance to watches and browsers alike.
In this Flayrah exclusive we will focus on the new sweepstakes rules, explain their implications to average furs and furry organizations, and how these type of prize giveaways could evolve under these new regulations and maintain a level of effectiveness.
This seems like a Flayrah-worthy piece. “Where there is coyote there is wild… awakening that “dark irrational self” that “human animal inside the social machine.” Searching For the Coyote Totem