The world of marketing never stands still. The growing use of technology, combined with increasingly time-poor audiences with competing demands on their attention now means that marketers… Read more “Looking ahead to 2018”
In a lengthier piece a while back I explained what Agile marketing was and provided numeous links to resources and examples. The infographic below explains agile marketing, neatly.
Brand messages so often perpetuate stereotypes, usually gender based ones. Think of the soft-focus brand imagery where a mother’s lot is to nurture her angelic children while hubby does the ‘real’ stuff or the way that standards of ‘beauty’ consistently serve to undermine women’s perception of themselves and the way they look and behave.
Pantene Philippines have waded into the debate strongly. Their commercial was created to show how society labels women. Very interesting – a great example of how some brands are really connecting with consumers. The use of a female vocalist poignantly covering a well known song gives it an immediate emotional impact, making for a damning commentary on the way our society uses labels to denigrate.
I wrote a piece about ‘Agile Marketing’ a while back. It included links to all sorts of useful resources. But if I was to explain Agile Marketing in a nutshell then this video from Waterstones would fit the bill – it’s a spoof of Amazon’s delivery by drone vision … smart guerilla marketing which has been carefully planned and tested. Amateurish this isn’t.
Marketers can learn from this – consumers make emotional decision.<div style=”margin-bottom:5px”> <strong> <a href=”https://www.slideshare.net/UKUPA/denise-slides” title=”Emotional UX by Denise Hampson” target=”_blank”>Emotional UX by Denise Hampson</a> </strong> from <strong><a href=”http://www.slideshare.net/UKUPA” target=”_blank”>UXPA UK</a></strong> </div>
What’s hot and what’s not in social media in the UK? Here goes. The UK is the most social country in the world. Are you surpised by that? I am. 51% of women and 49% of men in the UK use social media regularly – 52% of the population describe themselves as active social media users. The infographic below (from Offerpop) also shows that while 95% of 16- to 20-year-old Brits have used Facebook in the past month, it’s the 25- to 34-year-old age group that are the most active social media users. (more…)
This is the work of a genius mind, taking London underground station names and weaving them into something akin to the Lord’s Prayer.
Consumers are increasingly turning to brands without heritage or history. Why? For ‘heritage’ and ‘history’, read ‘tired’ and ‘tainted’ as brands are exposed for unsavoury business practice, avarice, tax avoidance and a host of other failings in consumers’ eyes. (more…)