On October 14th, ilovecorgis.com revealed to the world that Corgis were in fact featured in the new Toyota Camry Commercial. Much like when the Washington Post first broke the Watergate Scandal, there were countless hours of behind the scenes debate on how to reveal this bombshell. Perhaps years from now it will be made into a movie. A Press release? A Press conference? An Op-Ed in the (remaining) national major print newspapers? After it was decided at the highest levels that print media was no longer the forum to expose this landmark discovery, a more contemporary medium was selected. Hence the Camry commercial Corgi blog post. Blogs and newspapers are pretty much the same these days now anyway.
And then the hits started coming. Hits of course refer to visits and visitors to the site. On day 1, only 7 people checked out the Camry commercial Corgi post. Day 2 it was up to 23. It has had as many as 71 visits in a single day and for the past two weeks, that one post has averaged 32 visits per day. Of course visits to the Camry commercial Corgi post have spurned additional visits to other posts on the site as visitors have undoubtedly discovered the high quality content produced at ilovecorgis.com. The public has spoken. The groundswell of desire for Corgi information relating to affordable Japanese sedans is palpable. Just wait until Honda figures this out and gets into the Corgi game. The media and creative departments at ilovecorgis.com are pulling overtime trying to keep up with demand. No longer are Corgis just luxury dogs for the Rolls Royce crowd. No longer are Cardigans cast to the wayside for their more popular Pembroke Corgi cousins. Not if ilovecorgis.com can help it. Not on our watch. A revolution is coming.