Recently Launched Human Ad Space Auction Website,, Specializes in Non-Traditional Advertising via Walking Billboards

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Human billboards are a creative and innovative concept in guerrilla marketing taking to the streets and promoting corporate brands and websites via temporary tattoos. Body Bidz is an online auction that brings together advertisers and those willing be branded on their chosen body zone. This hot new website is the sister site complementing, a classified ad community.

Human ad space has recently gained international press and notice by mainstream and alternative oulets via television, print media, online blogs, and forums. Auctioning off body parts such as foreheads, pregnant bellies, cleavage, and even wheelchair space for lucrative advertising dollars began on, and quickly became a hot and trendy vehicle for advertisers to get noticed. is a fantastic online auction community that brings together businesses seeking an alternative way to get their brand, products, or website in front of their target audience and those willing to lease their body parts and 'get branded' via temporary and sometimes permanent tattoos.

The site launched on April 7, 2005 and is already receiving traffic and exposure. Advertisers can browse and bid on the many human ad spaces available to fit their target market, geographic location, image, and budget. Those willing to take to the streets and extend company's advertising campaign and generate brand experiences by 'word-of-body' to specific target consumers. Walking billboards will infiltrate high-traffic shopping areas, market events, nightclubs, gyms, beaches, casinos, public parks, or anywhere and engage consumers with corporate brands and products. This is a novel and terrific way to connect with trend-makers and niche audiences. is setup so that registering to bid and sell ad space is free. In addition, there are no commission fees, and you receive $5 in your account upon registration. Features include 'Buy it Now' auctions as well as 'My Watch List'.

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