by Joel K

It’s ZOMBIE Time!

If you’ve ever visited a broken link before, you know the typical “404 Not Found” pages you’ll see announcing that the page is sadly deceased.

They’re usually pretty overlooked, lifeless pieces of content.

Not here!


I think you’ll find my 404 page to be very… UNdead – in the best way possible!

Introducing the world’s first and only >>>INTERACTIVE ZOMBIE THRILLER<<< of a 404!!

I’m a big believer in the fact that every page on your website is another chance to showcase your brand’s personality – whether that’s your home page, product page or even a 404.

I’d also like to say a big thanks to Brandon at Creative Expressions for helping to bring this idea…erm… alive.

Grab your best zombie-hunting shotgun and give that page a whirl. And hey – if you want this kind of creative content for YOUR website, I’m always just an email away.

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  1. […] Recently, I’ve been toying with word maps. Gather titles of popular articles (search by category if that better suits a campaign) on a submission site like Inbound or Reddit, note how particular topics invite more/better engagement, and find ways to relate those topics to a niche. Joel Klettke did something similar recently, using the seasonal and popular topic of zombies to illustrate a 404 page concept. […]

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