Leveraging Temu’s 2 Super Bowl Ads and 100s of Millions in Ads for Purposes of Selling India-Made Products — www.notemu.com and www.limutemu.com
Imagine a Communist Juggernaut, who you've never heard of (worth hundreds of billions of dollars), campaigns to upend the way shopping is done in the US. Imagine TikTok "on steroids," only now it dramatically infects, like the COVID virus, the entire consumer shopping ecosystem and marketplace. Let's imagine that this company spends so many hundreds of millions of dollars, including on not one, but TWO SUPER BOWL COMMERCIALS, in order to get the American population hooked on countless cheap Chinese goods direct (and shipped free) from thousands of Chinese factories. Finally, imagine the American counterpart to the Communist-Backed PDD holdings (Pinduoduo), Temu, is willing to hemorrhage a huge amount of money in order to get Americans hooked. My thought? Transform billions being spent on the Communist-Backed PDD Holdings (Pinduoduo) to billions spent on an Indian supply chain I have developed in the last 15 years. My purchase of www.notemu.com and www.limutemu.com are key to this quest.
Who might use it/where it might be used?:
While watching the Super Bowl, I heard two commercials from www.temu.com which sought to convince me to "Shop Like a Billionaire!." In the last several months, I have been bombarded by mobile phone ads, TV commercials, and on every single digital and physical platform that Temu.com "was SOMETHING I SHOULD PAY ATTENTION TO. Finally, after seeing the 2 commercials, I looked up Temu and its connection to the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) and to everything that party stands for (nothing happens without the CCP's careful calculation as to how it will manipulate data, use espionage, or implant Communist ideals into every facet of American society). I instantly got the idea on how to beat them at their own game and was pleasantly surprised to find that both www.notemu.com and www.limutemu.com were ready for David to take this opportunity to a whole new level. As someone who has been fiercely bullish on India and has developed a second-to-none supply chain there, I banked on India, and balked on China, over a decade ago. Why? India's best destroys China's best (product, innovation, quality control, etc.). India has the lowest production/manufacturing costs in the world, a very educated and ingenuous population of highly-skilled artisans and factory owners, a thriving Democracy and stable government with a Western rule of law, readily accessible ports and consistent logistical performance (along with some of the most affordable shipping rates compared to other Asian countries, and a phenomenal relationship with the US and US allies. They are a bastion of geopolitical stability instead of a threat to all its neighbors.
The Market (B2B, B2C or Both):
Sector the idea belongs to:
Is there a similar idea to be found?:
Temu invaded the US market only within the last 4 months. They went from not existing to taking over the American marketplace. Temu is now the most downloaded free app on both the App Store and Google Play. There is no comparable idea to transform their billions in marketing dollars to billions in marketing for my www.notemu.com and www.limutemu.com . So now, you're saying: what is Limutemu? Well, anyone in the US recognizes the campaign for LIberty Mutual insurance company. In these very popular commercials, "LIMU Emu," an emu with sunglasses, pals around with his friend "Doug" (a human being). A simple search on Youtube will show you the fun and popular commercials. My idea is very similar with this concept, except uses 2 marketing campaigns to direct traffic to our campaigns.
Why you think there is a demand for your idea?:
No one has recognized, yet, the power of transforming this unbelievable ad spend to the advantage of a diametrically-opposed concept. The single hardest part of demonstrating product viability is in getting in front of the target audience in the first place. Utilizing the "eyes" and engagement of an audience that is hand-picked by another company to leverage millions of dollars of their ad-spend allows a very low risk proposition and tremendous upside.
Who would be the ideal customers?:
The core customer would be very budget-conscious, but spend money regularly on a variety of useful, functional, and aesthetically-pleasing value-engineered products.
What ideas do you have to reach these customers?:
Reaching these customers by means of a website pointing out that the Communist Party is supporting you in your purchases, and is using the money to support Iran, North Korea, and Russia in hurting Western democracies is a pretty good message.
How far have you developed this idea?:
I've conversed casually with marketing experts who love the idea of spoofing a Communist Party's vicious takeover of sweet American democratic shoppers.
What – if any – feedback have you had for this idea so far?:
What supporting material – if any - would you like to add to your proposal?:
In the process of creating a process-oriented flow chart.
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