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Instagram case study: SK-II tests newsfeed ads for optimal ROI

Running ads in Instagram Stories in addition to mobile video ads in Instagram and Facebook News Feed helped the skincare brand SK-II achieve an incremental 13-points of ad recall.

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11/10/2017  |  Full story...

Search case study: How Johnson & Johnson cut cost per unique user by 21%

Beauty brand Le Petit Marseillais recently launched its new range of shower gels, Les P’tits Bonheurs. With the product’s ability to appeal to the senses, Johnson & Johnson France invested heavily in immersive video content to support the launch and create awareness. This case study looks at how a smart search and YouTube campaign saw a 21% improvement in cost per unique user.

11/10/2017  |  Full story...

Twitter case study: Simple Skincare promotes makeup removal on Halloween night

Leveraging the popularity of the Harley Quinn costume during 2016, Simple showed tweeters how easy it is to remove all the Halloween makeup with their product.

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03/10/2017  |  Full story...

Viral marketing case study: Pepsi Max creates monster mirror stunt

For Halloween 2014, Cinemagoers at the Odeon Bayswater in London were given a shock in the venue's toilets as their appearances in mirrors were morphed to look like a Halloween clown. This case study looks at how Pepsi Max made smart use of augmented reality and social media to get the most out of a scary stunt.


03/10/2017  |  Full story...

Whiskas creates Kitten Kollege on YouTube

Whiskas wanted to expand its influence to the kitten category, so its agency partners produced a one-of-a-kind YouTube series, with data informing every step of development. The campaign drove 39m total views and a 47% lift in ad recall for Whiskas.


07/09/2017  |  Full story...

User generated marketing: Cheetos Museum

No two Cheetos snacks are alike, Pepsico decided to turn its cheesy snack into a piece of art. This case study looks at how the FMCG giant user user generated content and social media in a fun and engaging way to boost brand engagement.


Cheetos Museum from Kristin Graham on Vimeo.


06/09/2017  |  Full story...

Augmented reality case study: Faber-Castell app takes viewers to “Never Ending Forest”

In 2016, pencil brand Faber launched an app using augmented reality, as part of their sustainability project. This case study looks at how the app became the most downloaded educational app at AppStore Brasil.


The Never-Ending Forest APP from Pablo Manzotti on Vimeo.


08/08/2017  |  Full story...

Snickers ‘Hungerithm’ bases 7/11 prices on internet’s mood

Snickers teamed up with 7/11 for an interactive campaign which saw prices of the brand's flagship chocolate bar lower when the internet got angry.


Snickers Hungerithm from Jackson Harper on Vimeo.

08/08/2017  |  Full story...

Halloween Facebook Live ad turns viewers into mouse killers

Premiering on Halloween 2016, this quirky campaign from Tomcat Rodent Control followed the tropes of horror movies, but had one major twist: the viewers were the murderers, choosing how each mouse character got killed in real time.

04/08/2017  |  Full story...

Coca Cola “Line Up Song” creates football buzz in Egypt

In "The Line-Up Song," Coca-Cola modernised a nursery rhyme to help Egyptians learn the names of players on its national soccer team just ahead of the African Cup of Nations.


04/08/2017  |  Full story...

"Cannes Crêperie Experiment" proves mobile ads work

On Saturday 17th June, mobile advertising experts video intelligence (vi) helped a small Cannes crêperie increase its footfall by over 400%, after conducting an experiment to coincide with the start of Cannes Lions 2017.

07/07/2017  |  Full story...

Controversial Burger King Stunt wins top direct marketing prize

A risky “OK Google” prank that went awry for Burger King has won the Direct Grand Prix at the Cannes Festival.

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06/07/2017  |  Full story...

Case study: Pedigree teams with Google for lost dog app

Pedigree Found is a real time lost dog app, designed by the dog food manufacturer as a useful service for its target market. If your dog goes missing, dog owners can send out a free alert to people in the area using Google’s ad network, so that they can keep an eye out for your dog.


09/06/2017  |  Full story...

IoT case study: You can now order a pizza by talking to Amazon’s Alexa

Internet users are talking to their phones (and digital assistants) much more, meaning that brands need to prepare for a hands-free future in digital. Following the user trend, Domino’s was the first company in the pizza and quick serve restaurant industry to let its customers order their favourite pizza by speaking to Alexa, the Amazon Echo digital assistant.

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09/06/2017  |  Full story...

Mobile case study: take a selfie and get a personalised skin analysis from Olay

Procter and Gamble (P&G) beauty brand Olay has used AI (Artificial Intelligence) to create a web experience “The Skin Advisor” which analyses your skin using a selfie, asks questions about your skincare regime, and suggests Olay products to help improve the texture, hydration and tone of your face.

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09/06/2017  |  Full story...

Video case study: Heineken’s “Worlds Apart” film gets 13m views in a month

A Heineken video ad caused a buzz on social media in 2017, touted as the ‘ad Pepsi wishes it made’, getting 13 million YouTube videos in a little over a month. This case study looks at how the drinks-brand struck the right tone for a difficult subject… where other brands have failed.

02/06/2017  |  Full story...

Twitter fail: Walkers pulls interactive selfie ad

In May 2017, Walkers Crisps pulled an interactive video ad after it displayed the faces of mass murderers and child abusers, submitted by internet pranksters. This case study looks at how the food brand learned the hard way about unmoderated user content.

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01/06/2017  |  Full story...

Viral marketing fail: McDonald's pulls controversial video child bereavement ad

McDonald's has withdrawn a controversial video ad after a huge social media backlash, with one charity accusing it of exploiting child bereavement.

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01/06/2017  |  Full story...

Video marketing fail: Pepsi suffers web backlash for Kendall Jenner 'protest' ad

In April 2017, Pepsi came under fire a video ad where reality TV star Kendall Jenner used a can of Pepsi to soothe tension between protesters and police, sparking accusations that it exploited the "Black Lives Matter" movement. This case study looks at what went wrong for the soft drinks giant...

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01/06/2017  |  Full story...

Snapchat case study: L’Oréal Paris gets 51% sales boost with social blitz

Beauty brand L’Oreal swapped traditional advertising for real social media buzz to introduce its Pure Clay Masks – and got a 51% sales boost via Snapchat and other social channels.


17/05/2017  |  Full story...

YouTube drives better ROI and sales for Snickers

In summer 2015, Snickers launched another iteration of its ‘You’re Not You When Your Hungry’ campaign, this time featuring Mr Bean for a funny martial arts adventure. During the campaign Mars UK tested a mix of TV and online video (specifically YouTube) to determine if the media plan was optimised to drive the most in-store sales.

28/04/2017  |  Full story...

Gatorade creates unique game with Snapchat to celebrate Serena William’s Grand Slam win

Gatorade partnered with Snapchat to create a unique and memorable way to celebrate Serena William’s record-breaking 23rd Grand Slam victory, with a web view game that allowed players to become Serena and play through each of her Grand Slam victories.

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28/04/2017  |  Full story...

Patrón uses virtual reality technology to market artisanal tequila

The Patron Spirits Company is experimenting with new ways to tell the story of their artisanal tequilas using virtual reality. Patron has created a 360-degree video called “The Art of Patron” where viewers can get immersed in the production process in the Hacienda Patrón distillery in the Highlands of Jalisco, Mexico through the eyes of Patron’s signature bee.

27/04/2017  |  Full story...

Social media case study: Wendy's challenges teen to get 18m retweets for free nuggets

A 16-year old teen from the US is currently on course for the most retweets of all time, after the fast-food chain Wendy's set him a huge social media challenge in exchange for free chicken nuggets for a year.

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11/04/2017  |  Full story...

Mobile marketing case study: How Tusker celebrated national sporting achievements and increased sales to a five year high

Brandtone partnered with beer brand Tusker to create the first mobile campaign of its kind to engage Kenyan consumers through mobile to help drive sales, increase brand loyalty and build an opt-in database of consumers who could be communicated with into the future.


10/04/2017  |  Full story...

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