Try a new position with the WebFinder service

If the SpudNik novelty wears off after a while, we have an unintentionally titillating website for your attention.

The Joy of Sex, it ain’t. But you’d be forgiven for thinking Thomson Directories has taken a page out of that hallowed tome when you catch sight of the recent promotional campaign for WebFinder.com, the company’s ‘search engine marketing product’. (That’s a service where businesses pay for priority listings on search engines, to you and me.)

Depicted on a background of rumpled silk sheets, the campaign, created by Chaos Design, exhorts potential clients to choose a ‘favourite position’ and assures them of a ‘great experience every time’. Steamy stuff.

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