Fubar Pet is a leading pet information site about all facets of this world, from news, information, reviews, pet industry, and your pets’ individual experience. If you own a pet, you’re undoubtedly a regular reader of Fubar News. The site includes up-to-date reports on pet health, trends in the pet industry, and advice on everything pet owners need to know. Here’s a look at Fubar’s news updates for the pet lover.
The “Fubar Fun” Sweepstakes is offering big cash prizes to those who can answer fun trivia questions on a variety of topics. The newest entry option, “Mystery Fun,” lets you be the judge of how your answers fit in with a special theme. You can see how well you’re solving the game, and how your friend’s pets are fitting in with the theme. The “Mystery Fun” feature also allows you to search for your own funny/scary/interesting answers to questions about the latest news regarding pets, or even your own pet! The “Mystery Fun” section will also provide links to other sites that discuss the latest fubar news.
Fubar TV has an animated series called, “FurReal Friends.” The network has taken an animated route to bringing in pet lovers. “FurReal Friends” is like a TV show about pet owners as they interact with each other via this popular site. Each day, a new “Mystery Friend” is invited to join the show, and the show follows their progress throughout the day. This has proven to be a great draw for those who want to stay updated on the latest fubar news. There’s even a special viewing club that allows members to upgrade their subscription to get the latest updates first.
The second Fubar release is “Fubar 2: The Search For Mr. x,” which received warm reviews from both adults and children. This exciting sequel to the best-selling fubar game continues the theme of mystery, with the main characters meeting one another at a local carnival. The game lets kids solve the case before moving on to the next clue. A great trailer park themed video accompanies the game, showing what to do if you want to solve the case.
The third release from Fubar is the “Waltz” game. The third in the “Waltz” series, this fun time management game offers two ways to play. The first one is a timed trial that will have players try to complete all levels without spending any money. Players will compete with each other online, with the last player standing being the winner. The second version, “Search and Save” has similar elements as the first one, but this time, there is a special prize for the first player that solves all the levels without spending anything. In order to unlock the prize, players must complete all levels and unlockables within a specific amount of time.
The fourth release is “A citation Needed” by Fubar News. A young woman must earn her high school diploma in order to continue her studies. To do so, she must use the internet to find a way to pay for college classes, using Fubar coupons that are given out every time she makes a purchase. The website is riddled with all sorts of references and acronyms, making it difficult for players to know what they’re looking for. This is where this game comes in.
A clip from the Fubar commercial features a young woman saying the catchphrase “I’m going to search and find…” before lifting up her Fubar laptop. Plunging down the search engine results reveals a list of places where you can buy Fubar products. After clicking on one of these links, a pop up screen comes up giving the user an option to sign up for a newsletter. Selecting the “Citation Needed” option triggers the computer code of the store which provides a definition of “cation.” The result is the appearance of various Fubar products such as Fubar Luggage, Fubar Work Boots, Fubar Sunglasses, Fubar Totes, and Fubar T-Shirts. A quick search for the appropriate acronym in any major search engine reveals that “cation” is used 5 times in the Fubar sponsored television commercial.
If the name of your company or business is Fubar, you can also check the Fubar dictionary to see if any of your company’s names are already found there. You can use this to great advantage when writing e-mails to potential customers, since a customer who has never heard of you could have been typing in the wrong term, only to be confused by the results. However, you can use it to your disadvantage if your terms and conditions are too general and vague. In this case, it’s usually better to use a more specific tool such as Fubarspark or FubarDew to get people to know your brand better before opening your doors.