We’ve spent the last several weeks bringing you tips and tools to create a campaign that’s not only exciting, but memorable. Because regardless of your goal – changing perception, creating brand awareness, boosting social media engagement or reactivating lapsed customers – nothing will happen if your campaign fails to grab attention and leave customers with a clear takeaway. So now that you’re armed with the info you need (see Campaign Building Blocks, Parts 1-5), let’s dive into a few of the best ones. Which B2C and B2B brands have been successful in delivering killer campaigns that connect on a basic, human level? Grab your coffee (or cocktail, depending on what time you’re reading this) and we’ll take you through three well-executed examples. see the top 3 at: https://www.jschmid.com/blog/campaign-building-bloacks-killer-campaigns/
We’ve passed the six-month mark of living through a global pandemic. I’m not sure it’s an anniversary worth celebrating – it’s more of a ‘day-that-will-live-in-infamy’ type. In the retail world and working with consumer-facing brands, we’ve observed that many with a direct-to-consumer orientation have fared well. In contrast, the broader spectrum of the retail and consumer services sector has not.
I’ll try to be as diplomatic as possible here – if there’s one thing Americans don’t like, it’s being told what to do. We tend to think of ourselves, our families, and our immediate communities – and probably in that order – as the best sources of information. State and federal guidelines tend to (at least initially) be met with resistance, especially when those guidelines affect one’s ability to earn a living, visit with family and loved ones, or eat a meal indoors at a restaurant. What the pandemic has revealed is simple: culture matters. Congregating limitations and business closure edicts, and the delay in loosening them, have put our culture on ice.
Although, not entirely. read more at: https://cohereone.com/the-pandemic-matters-of-culture-and-why-direct-to-consumer-brands-are-thriving/