The world’s biggest health crisis, became the world’s biggest economic crisis. Along the way many organisations changed the way they work. Internally they rapidly developed ways to support their staff, and externally they found new ways to help customers – often through radical changes to eiter what they normally offered or how they offered it.
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.
Family-run food services business, Dunster's Farm, was quick to jump to the aid of struggling consumers following the lockdown announcement, overhauling and converting its b2b food services business into a consumer food-to-door delivery service in just 14 days.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted advertising spend, with food and government seeing the biggest increase in traditional advertising spend, whilst spend dropped significantly in travel, entertainment and telecoms (-15%), according to new data.
Ogury has launched its new Video Chooser format, which delivers full-screen, user-chosen video ads to the advertising market for the first time, with Mastercard, Bayer and ConAgra the first big names to sign up.
Budweiser has reworked a classic commercial spot from 21 years ago, using digital technology to bring the ‘Whassup’ ad into the age of the quarantine, along with a new series of ads featuring current stars.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to cuts to all forms of marketing activity in the UK, dropping 6.1% overall, but marketers are being urged to think twice before pulling spend, according to the latest IPA Bellwether report.
Almost half (42%) of UK consumers want ads to make them feel more informed during the COVID-19 pandemic, but only 5% of Brits would like brands to pause their advertising altogether, according to new research.
Due to the outbreak of coronavirus, many people are trying online services for the first time – video calling shows the largest uptick, with 18% of consumers trying this for the first time, ahead of online shopping (9%) and watching catch-up TV (9%), according to new research.
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