Church of Scientology Claims Its Platitude-Driven TV Ads Drove 10M to Web Site - 2009-09-23

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F9.png Church of Scientology Claims Its Platitude-Driven TV Ads Drove 10M to Web Site September 23, 2009, Jim Edwards, Moneywatch, CBS News

The Church of Scientology claims its ad campaign has "driven" 10 million people to view its web site. It doesn't say how many converted to the secretive religion.

The ads have been running on cable TV, but if you were hoping that they explained what Scientology is about, you'll be dissappointed. The ads are so bafflingly vague that they're almost entirely about nothing. Here's the script for one, out of a flight of six on YouTube:


{{cite news | first = Jim | last = Edwards | title = Church of Scientology Claims Its Platitude-Driven TV Ads Drove 10M to Web Site | url = http://www.cbsnews.com/news/church-of-scientology-claims-its-platitude-driven-tv-ads-drove-10m-to-web-site/ | work = Moneywatch | publisher = CBS News | date = September 23, 2009 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}