Delivery trucks and buggies may have been the original OOH vehicle. Goodlife apparel reshuffled the idea with branded office trucks tagged with tracking beacons. The truly innovative model allowed the
brand to retarget street level viewers with digital e-commerce promotions. How did this novel use of old school signage and new school activation not only drive digital traffic but explode social
awareness? Goodlife Clothing's VP of Growth, Jesse Miller, brings us inside the great delivery truck caper.
Why simply drop a podcast when you can build an audio media network with sponsors, a web of social influencers, and a range of discreet shows? Providence St. Joseph Health's VP of Community
Engagement, Clinical and Patient Communication, Mary Renouf, discuss's how their Providence Future of Health podcast series has become a main driver not only of brand awareness and patient acquisition
but the core of its educational mission, a new revenue stream and even a source of staff retention and recruitment.
Marketers spent more than half of their budgets on digital media channels, but expressed reservations about measuring their effectiveness.
GoodRx jointly sponsored NASCAR driver Will Rodgers, with a pharma manufacturer, creating a campaign focused on racing to cure Hepatitis C.
With so many options, do consumers still fall in love with their brands? Is there loyalty or are people just looking for the next best deal? Beardbrand founder, Eric Bandholz's, believes it's the
former. His plan was to build a brand that his target market identified with right away. So staying true to his commitment to making men "awesome" and a prolific YouTube strategy, Beardbrand quickly
became the go-to source for the underserved bearded community.
Within the film, they asked USWNT stars of past and present about the ongoing challenges facing female athletes, and the sacrifices they've made to create opportunities for future generations.
Travis McCan, email strategist for The Salvation Army account, says DEG learned how different audience segments engage with the brand. "We were able to see how much they gave, the frequency, and
differences from other groups."
"Put yourself in the customer's shoes and consider the roadblocks, pain points, and motivations at each stage of the journey -- paying close attention to the transitions between each stage."
With "free" in the name, it's no wonder that cage-free was the golden child of the grocery store. People had no idea that cage-free eggs come from hens that live their entire lives indoors.
I t developed longer-form branded content with a three-part series about player Josh Jacobs and his road to becoming a running back for the Oakland Raiders in 2019.
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.
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.
People were invited to use emojis on Twitter to pair the chili emoji with an emoji representing all 57 Super Bowl advertising brands -- putting that s#!t on everything -- with #FranksSweepstakes.
A paranormal investigation powered by Xfinity xFi Pods on Twitter Live was staged at the Winchester Mystery House, a haunted house in San Jose, Calif., known for its crazy number of rooms and
For example, messages about its onboard comfort and amenities across uncomfortable transit environments and inflight food and beverage messages throughout mall food courts.
On the day of circulation, "The Blank Page" spread ample awareness, driving an increase of traffic to the paper's website that surpassed the average visits by 16.6%.
To get America to pay attention to its launch, and to prove that IHOP was bringing its A-game to its new burgers, it needed to fundamentally, dramatically challenge people's most entrenched beliefs
At the heart of the program was a memorial wall to the victims of the opioid crisis, a data visualization comprised of 22,000 pills carved with the real faces of people who had died.
Perception after media coverage of its SXSW event went from 40% to 90%, with both "forward-thinking" and "thought leadership" in food production as attributes that popped.
"What I love about this is we can now give attribution toward more of these awareness channels and actually prove the return on ad spend."
CMO Tom Dixon noted at MediaPost's Brand Insider Summit: "We had low household penetration and low buy rates -- but otherwise, it was perfect."
Organic Valley was finally hitting a point of breakthrough in awareness. It was time to "get the brand out there, to establish the brand."
The campaign drove awareness with late-night workers in real-time via a geofence around each extended bus route and allowed late-night workers to plan their trip home.
Social content was not just the name of the game as Kabam delivered movie-themed content to Marvel Contest of Champions with the launch of two in-game events per film.
Berry Network implemented a B2B dynamic mobile display advertising program that was delivered in-app through banners and full-screen ads across a network of leading apps.
Its mobile-optimized website, Fist Pump, was an integral part of this initiative, helping to reinforce the day as an escape for the week and an event for "Jersey Shore."
The 2% market share player had to reflect internally on how to connect better with potential buyers. It set out three goals: Clarify the fan, fortify the brand and modernize the plan.
The brand saw an opportunity to shine a spotlight on grass roots issues; specifically, the protection of public lands and encouraging President Obama to grant monument status to specific areas of
A $20,000 "Golf Digest" print ad, while effective no doubt, was not going to be cost-efficient. Instead, Cut Golf went after its audience on social media.
When Eric Bandholz started Beardbrand in 2013, his goal was to provide tools for men to feel confident about growing their beards.