Interactive email is rated the most effective channel in driving engagement, Ascend2 reports.
Through a combination of app and loyalty program usage along with local events, Fazoli's is crafting a data strategy that funnels local intelligence back to franchisees and managers so they can
interact with customers in more personalized ways. At MediaPost's Brand Insider Summit QSR, Fazoli's Senior Manager/Brand Marketing, Erin Stevens, shares how cross-functional teams across the
organization use this data to test and learn new engagement tactics as well as inform individual outlets how to better serve customers.
Through surveys and data, Joybird found their customers wanted more inspiration and engagement when shopping to style their rooms. In response, at MediaPost's D2C Insider Summit, Eric Tsai, the
furniture retailer's vp of marketing & business development, shows us how they turned to a 3D planner tool on Pinterest. It enabled shoppers to click on a photo, drag it into a scene and create a
customizable 3D design space; resulting in greater engagement, a 50%+ lift in AOV and an enhanced shopping experience for their customers.
KERV Interactive COO Marika Roque describes the reasons that advertisers are tied into programmatic buying, the best channels that work with CTV, how search can support CTV campaigns, and the promise
of shoppable ads.
Changes in data strategies have led many brands to increase their media spending on streaming platforms, as well as consider privacy policies.
A new survey conducted this month for a real-time engagement platform echoes other research underscoring Gen Z's craving for interaction.
When customers can't come to the mall, Mall of America is bringing the mall experience to them. Using a QVC TV shopping model with its retail tenants, MoA went livestream with major brands like
Crayola last year. The live interactivity, planned shopping events and features (think Santa via ZOOM) explored new ways of experiencing the mall ritual.
Decades after Madison Avenue began utilizing interactive ads on the assumption they would perform better than conventional advertising, new scientific research from IPG Mediabrands' Magna and IPG
Media Lab units, and Verizon Media, has proven it generates substantial lifts in a variety of attitudes and behaviors, including "brand favorability," "search intent," and fittingly, "interaction."
How does a new film attract the attention of moviegoers when it's competing with a franchise that garnered more than one BILLION dollars at the box office? Lionsgate Films had to contend with just
that when they released their murder mystery "Knives Out" on the same Thanksgiving weekend as "Frozen 2". Not only that, they're also both family-friendly films competing for much of the same
audience. Their solution? A "gamified transmedia" experience. In partnership with AvatarLabs, Lionsgate created puzzles for fans to solve using the "Knives Out" marketing materials; including its
trailer, posters and red carpet events. Each puzzle was coordinated with the film's paid creative, where participants could find clues to the mysteries. Each solved mystery earned entry into the
$250,000 grand prize sweepstakes. To kick off the promotion they scripted a custom shot trailer with talent, created an Instagram story and launched an interactive campaign hub that drove fans to
every element of the larger marketing campaign. For maximum impact, they ran instant-win prizes to further incentivize people to enter. They offered an array of puzzles and difficulty levels to
engage with a broader audience through a variety of touch points and platforms, while also leveraging publicity opportunities for cast participation.
Mobile's share of video impressions declined by 8% in Q3 to 43%, leaving mobile with a two percentage-point edge over CTV. PC impressions continued to decline, dipping 20% to a 16% share.
Microsoft Bing has launched a COVID-19 Tracker website that provides details on confirmed cases as well as active cases, recoveries, and fatalities. The map is interactive and changes frequently.
Universal created a week-long influencer campaign that began 14 days before the film's release, consisting of a real-time skit that mirrored its terrifying plot.
To enhance authenticity, Tech Drive was shot live, in a real car, on real streets, with threats as close as they would be in real life.
To promote Season 2 and integrate "The Last O.G." into the broader cultural conversation, TBS conceived of The Bigger Picture Instagram Live after show.
"Roll The Dice" showcased MGM's hottest Vegas entertainment at its properties as unsuspecting Sin City visitors answered trivia for huge prizes and a chance for an only-at-MGM experience.
The contest was built into interactive digital display that allowed users to browse through tools and storage, place their most coveted products inside the garage, and enter to win-all without leaving
the ad unit.
On the day of the launch #TakeTheTime represented 45% of all conversations on paternity leave even though there was a major news piece regarding the legislation at the same time.
Four creators -- and real life friends-- participated in an extended skit, in which they meet a mysterious stranger named Ma, and must grapple with her increasingly disturbing behavior.
The D2C interactive campaign informed consumers about the brand and its products, leading them directly to clothing features they interact with in the videos.
The simulation platform is designed to train "embodied agents" like virtual robots in photo-realistic 3D environments, rather than relying on static data sets.
The communication strategy included TV spots, live integrations, print, digital advertising, social media, radio and, even, an interactive website.
The user experience opened with the movie trailer, followed by the address of the nearest theater and the timing of the next show, based on real-time location.
In the past year, any extra money went to digital. Normally, there would be a last-minute TV buy late in any campaign but in the last weeks, money is going to run more ads online and to turn out the
Users could learn about a variety of Walgreens "Find Care Now" services, showing off its relevance to a broad demographic of users. Those who clicked through were directed to an information page.
Toyota set out to increase impressions for awareness, engagements for interest, and retargeting and lookalike audiences for decision and action.
They followed up with a debate about the name, with nominees like "tomayo" and "fry sauce," and an interactive experience that designed containers with these different names.
The new product combined an array of sophisticated technologies, including: TV ad interactivity, dynamic API-driven creative, addressable ad messaging, e-commerce integration, and place-shifting.