‘Tis the season for fun and festive holiday-themed offerings from companies. But, what happens when your company’s holiday product doesn’t quite meet consumer expectations? As Reese’s recently found out, taking on critics in a clever way can actually generate more brand goodwill. It started innocently. Consumers purchased Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Trees, expecting to find
As Lenovo’s new campaign showcases, sometimes it’s good to be weird. The company recently launched a global campaign to promote its new YOGA Tablet featuring YouTube stars from around the world. Called The #Goodweird Project, one of the videos from Russian YouTube star EeOneGuy generated more than 2.8 million views in less than 48 hours.
From Thanksgiving to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, marketers sure have been busy. With so much competition for consumer attention during the holiday season, how can marketers cut through the clutter? Take a cue from these eight examples as you’re fine-tuning your holiday content. Leverage Relatable Moments With the tendency to overindulge during Thanksgiving, Century
Author’s Note: A special shout out goes to Scott Monty, for sharing this campaign in his This Week in Digital blog post, which is worth signing up for. While we often hear about the dangers of texting and driving, Ford has taken to its Instagram account with an ongoing series of simple yet powerful images
Sprite’s recent Snapchat campaign in Brazil is making waves worldwide for successfully generating over two million views in days. Called “RFRSH Na Lata,” or “refresh on the can,” the campaign runs through November 27 and offers Snapchat users a chance to appear on the company’s soda cans in Brazil. For a chance to appear on