Where in the World is TagDog?
This is an introduction to my new friend, TagDog. Do you have friends on facebook or flickr that’s been tagged in pictures like 13 million times? Well meet the dog that wants to beat them out. And see how he can improve your own personal photography.
I met and adopted my very own TagDog at NYC’s Big Apple Comic Con. My boyfriend and approached the table and were instantly interested. The pitch (as I understand it) is that TagDog is the most conceited doggy on the planet! He wants to be the most tagged dog on the Internet and for each tag he receives, he contributes to charity. (Ten cents per tag to be exact.) So after adopting TagDog and welcoming him into your home, you friend request him and start snapping pictures and tagging him like crazy.
But for TagDog it’s much more than super stardom!
He wants to visit every corner of the earth. (and I’m sure the moon wouldn’t be out of the question either.)
He also wants to help liven up your photos. How many times have you seen a friend’s vacay/partying/event pictures and seen something different. Cause to me they’re all boring. It’s the same thing for everyone’s pictures. We stand together and smile. And then we stand together and smile. And then we stand together and don’t smile. Or you see vacation pics of monuments or landmarks. Basically pictures that look like they’re stock photos. But add in TagDog and it immediately becomes a personalized photograph. (A hilarious and cute one too!) And the creativity and imagination tagdog sparks in each budding amateur photographer is amazing. If you don’t believe me check out the gallery.
Just a little more info on TagDog, he’s handmade. So each one is different and has their own personality. Also TagDog has a hidden loop. (You’ll find it when you adopt him) You can attach him to a carabiner and clip him to your purse, bag, belt loop or whatever. That way he can get around easy, and you won’t forget him!
So far I love my TagDog. He’s fun and cute and i’m sure he’ll be like Where’s waldo in my pictures. (Points if you find him!) And as far as the concept goes, I think it’s genius. (And it sort of reminds me of the stuffed monkey from that show, “Three Sheets.” If you haven’t heard of it, go find out cause it’s pretty awesome.) But yes, it’s simply genius and it helps charity. What’s gonna be wrong with that?