A simple co-marketing PR idea that drove talkability, boosted sales, and didn’t need a big media budget.
A best-in-class execution of drinks marketing innovation, exciting consumers, building trade marketing engagement, and driving sales. And with exactly the right influencer for their audience.
Valentine’s seasonal marketing campaign: Thortful talks the language of love in cross platform campaign (UK)
This small brand ran its first big campaign to drive ecommerce sales and put the brand on the map – providing a good example of how to accelerate an ecommerce business.
Valentine’s seasonal marketing campaign: Hotels.com puts exes in the dumpster with Anti-Valentine’s Day booking tool (USA)
The brand found a way to hack the marketing model of the hospitality industry, creating news and getting talked about in the run-up to Valentine’s Day. And guaranteeing front-of-mind awareness on a small PR budget.
A big creative idea, built on a powerful insight that got people engaged and talking. Telefora boosted front-of-mind awareness, just at the critical moment in the year.
A powerful idea that brought a brand not connected with romance into the heart of the Valentine’s Day conversation – with a competition that delivered humor and drove talkability.
Brilliant seasonal marketing, product innovation, and ecommerce propelled this UK start-up to become a showpiece for translating seasonal marketing opportunities into big revenues.
Content marketing and ecommerce case study: Kraft USA converts Super Bowl viewers into buyers with full funnel ad campaign
Kraft wanted to extend the value of its media, and realised that by taking consumers on a journey from an exposure of expensive paid media, to exposures close to the points of purchase, they could increase the sales conversion in a way that was highly cost effective. This content marketing case study looks at how the FMCG brand used Amazon Advertising to repurpose a Super Bowl commercial into a holistic marketing campaign and reach customers across all stages of the purchase journey.
Location marketing case study: Bose links mobile and instore shopping experiences with smart local search
Bose stood out in local search results and increased offline revenue with a smart mobile campaign. This location marketing case study looks at how the sound equipment retailer boosted footfall by 50% and store sales by 56% with dynamically optimised local display ads.
Facebook and data marketing case study: The Grooming Company in Dubai drives new customers to salons with two-stage campaign
The Grooming Company wanted to motivate new customers to visit its Dubai salons. This Facebook case study shows how the executive male grooming business increased its new customers by 45% through optimisation and engaging online activity.
In the crowded meal-kit delivery sector, the start-up business Plated wanted to expand its customer reach outside of its usual acquisition channels of social, search, and display. This native ad case study looks at how they ran A/B testing to optimise content on native ad platforms, getting in a 12% jump in new sign-ups.
Online travel agency Loveholidays.com used artificial intelligence to turn millions of customer data points into a smart strategy, boosting sales while keeping costs down. This case study looks at how the online travel retailer achieved 190% year on year growth through the use of multi-touch lead attribution.
Multichannel commerce case study: Intersport boosts online and instore sales in the Netherlands with dynamic ads
Intersport used Facebook ads to boost its sales both in store and online. This multichannel commerce case study looks at how the Dutch sporting goods retailer enjoyed a 34-fold increase in return on ad spend from dynamic ads, by using attribution analytics tools and a conversion lift study to accurately measure the impact of the campaign.
As the Covid-19 pandemic set in, Nike adapted its marketing to cater for a locked down audience at home. This case study looks at how the brand used its signature themes of determination, inspiration, and performance to engage consumers via a social media competition… with a superstar twist.
Case study: Adidas uses WhatsApp to engage amateur football teams through ‘rent a player’ helpline as part of launch
Adidas found a smart way to get WhatsApp working in its marketing, by creating a hotline to help amateur football teams replace missing players at the last minute. And to build excitement, they added the chance of some global superstar talent. A brilliant social media stunt that hacked the model of WhatsApp.
WhatsApp has become a key tool for organising social events and parties among friends – a prime audience for a beer maker. But how can brands engage with this very personal and private social channel? Becks found a smart way to get these users to come to them, by transforming friend’s WhatsApp group chat history into an epic comic souvenir of their night out.
To boost engagement, the Indonesian ecommerce platform Tokopedia used Instagram Live alongside ads in Instagram Stories for the first time, which doubled sales for products featured in the campaign.
Case study: Adidas uses Google data insights to create targeted storytelling and more relevant product messages
In a crowded marketplace, Adidas needed a way to stand out from the competition and serve relevant messages to people at crucial points in their purchase decisions. This case study looks at how the sportswear brand used programmatic display ads to tell exactly the right stories to the right people, at the right step in the customer’s journey to maximise sales.
How do you keep raising engagement? Not everyone responds positively to the same ad content, so Nestlé tested out different approaches. For Nescafe campaigns in Turkey they tested content that adapted to the viewer’s preferences, in real time. This case study looks at how the coffee brand increased engagement through an on-pack competition combined with smart programmatic display marketing.
How do you drive more traffic to your brand site? San Pellegrino delivered 90,000 extra visits to its website through display ads tailored to specific audiences. This case study looks at how San Pellegrino achieved a 10% increase in click-throughs with a 14% lower spend than previous campaigns.