Slogans para no olvidar en 2013


Durante el año que acabamos de dejar atrás hemos disfrutado de una gran cantidad de eslogans. Algunos de ellos, han pasado por nuestras vidas sin pena ni gloria, pero otros seguro que nos han dejado algún tipo de huella.

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A mí se me ocurren unos cuantos pero he decidido seleccionar 11 porque el número me permite jugar con el título de este post. Ahí van:

1. “Back. And better than ever” – (“Vuelve. Y mejor que nunca”)

Es el eslogan creado para el teaser del spot que Volkswagen estrenó en la Super Bowl, en el que se comparaba la pieza con la del año anterior (“The force”), en un intento de igualar, superar o quizás simplemente aprovechar el tirón de uno de los éxitos virales más sonados.

En la actualidad, el spot de 2012 cuenta con algo más de 16.300.000 reproducciones en el canal de VW en YouTube (que no es poca cosa) mientras que “The force” lleva casi 56 millones.

2. “Bigger is better” – (“Más grande es mejor”)

Samsung Galaxy ideó este eslogan para poner el punto final a un vídeo que promocionaba el dispositivo Samsung Galaxy Note, cuya característica diferencial es el tamaño (más grande que el resto de su gama) y que mostraba como hasta un elefante lo usaba sin ningún problema. La compañía pretendía darle la vuelta a la percepción de los usuarios potenciales que consideraban que dicha característica era un punto débil del producto.

3. “Für jeden gaartyp” – (“Para cualquier tipo de cabello”)

Para cualquier tipo de cabello (Fructis de Garnier).

Para cualquier tipo de cabello (Fructis de Garnier)

Imposible separar el eslogan de la imagen porque carece del sentido pretendido. Esta campaña gráfica de Fructis de Garnier jugaba con la imagen de un hombre y una mujer de pelo largo. Él de frente, ella pegada a él, de espaldas a nuestros ojos. La altura de los dos cuerpos, perfectamente medida, daba como resultado una especia de barba creada con el cabello de la chica. Divertida forma de confundirnos para provocar el recuerdo de la marca.

4. “La vida es chula”

Es el eslogan de la polémica primera campaña de televisión de Desigual, que sigue en el año nuevo con otro spot a modo de secuela. Dejando de lado la controversia suscitada en redes sociales y medios de comunicación, el eslogan conjuga a la perfección con la atmósfera creada para la campaña y con el espíritu comunicado por la marca.

5. “Get real. Get outside” – (“Sé realista. Sal afuera”)

Get real. Get outside. Stihl

Stihl, la marca de maquinaria y equipamientos para el exterior, nos invitaba a vivir otra realidad, la que queda más allá de la tecnología. El recurso utilizado es la comparación y el mensaje pretende que nos percatemos de lo que nos perdemos “encerrándonos” en nuestra vida digital, para animarnos a disfrutar más del aire libre. Leer más “Slogans para no olvidar en 2013”

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Did Super Bowl Advertisers Take Advantage of Search Interest?

Over the past couple of days, numerous stats and figures have been published about how Super Bowl advertisers took advantage (or not) of social media this year. But commercials also drive people to search engines, which in turn (when things go right) can lead potential customers to advertiser web sites where rather than talk about a brand as they can on social media sites, they can watch the commercials again, cementing brand messaging, and take a closer look at the products being sold. (Which is presumably why a company would spend $3.5 million dollars on a thirty second spot in the first place.)
Commercials Drive Searches


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Over the past couple of days, numerous stats and figures have been published about how Super Bowl advertisers took advantage (or not) of social media this year. But commercials also drive people to search engines, which in turn (when things go right) can lead potential customers to advertiser web sites where rather than talk about a brand as they can on social media sites, they can watch the commercials again, cementing brand messaging, and take a closer look at the products being sold. (Which is presumably why a company would spend $3.5 million dollars on a thirty second spot in the first place.)

Commercials Drive Searches

Since the 2009 Super Bowl, I’ve monitored how the ads influence search interest, and every year, the trend has been the same. As people watch the Super Bowl, they search for everything they’re watching: teams, players, performers, and of course, commercials. The trend continues the day after the game as people talk about the commercials and turn to Google (and Bing) to watch them again. Take a look at the spiking searches for February 7th, the day after the game according to Google Trends:

Google Super Bowl Trends - Monday Leer más “Did Super Bowl Advertisers Take Advantage of Search Interest?”

30 Very Attractive And Creative Advertisements

Advertisements are getting more creative with the time. I feel there is so much competition in the market this is the reason every company try to make their product look different than other and to make their product look better than other they need to get the attention of customers. If you have a creative advertisement campaign then you will surely get the attention of customers. In this post I am going to showcase some really attractive and creative print advertisements.



Advertisements are getting more creative with the time. I feel there is so much competition in the market this is the reason every company try to make their product look different than other and to make their product look better than other they need to get the attention of customers. If you have a creative advertisement campaign then you will surely get the attention of customers. In this post I am going to showcase some really attractive and creative print advertisements.

 

For a Fresher World

creative advertisements

 

Awaken The Genius Within

creative advertisements

 

Shoot Duck

creative advertisements

 

Wide Lense

creative advertisements

 

Stihl Car

creative advertisements Leer más “30 Very Attractive And Creative Advertisements”

Pizza Hut And Amex Team Up on Foursquare for Super Bowl

While a compelling marketing innovation, the Foursquare initiative appears to be but a small piece to Pizza Hut’s larger efforts for Super Bowl XLVI. For instance, the Plano, TX-based brand will run a pre-game ad on NBC. The spot is the result of a user-generated video contest on the brand’s Facebook page that concluded on Jan. 15.

Interestingly, on the social media front, the Yum! Brands property has neither authored a Facebook post to its 5.5 million fans/likes nor tweeted to its 83,000 Twitter followers about the Foursquare offer. Because of Pizza Hut’s current $10 deal for any kind of pizza, Amex users would stand to buy pies from the chain for roughly $5 apiece – after the $5 credit is applied.

The Super Bowl is in three days. Not surprisingly, the brand’s community managers have published numerous messages about Sunday’s huge TV event in which it will participate.

For all the marketing community’s interest in Foursquare, Pizza Hut’s lack of attention to the deal offer so far seems to speak volumes about where geo-social truly stands in the real-world pecking order of advertising . In other words, platforms at reasonable scale like Facebook (845 million users) and Twitter (100 million) are welcome in King TV’s court. New York-based Foursquare, with its 15 million users, appears to be still working towards such an invite.


Will football fans check in via Foursquare on Super Bowl Sunday? American Express and Pizza Hut plan to find out, offering a $5 rebate on any food order from the pizza chain that exceeds $10. While aimed at Super Bowl XLVI viewers, the discount and three-company partnership will run through Feb. 12.

Here is why it’s interesting for Pizza Hut. Foursquare users don’t have to check in at any of Pizza Hut’s 6,000 restaurants. Whenever Amex members check in to the geo-social app’s “Super Swarm Sunday” feature created for the big game, they will receive a statement credit after ordering from Pizza Hut online, by phone, or in stores.

They have to pay with their Amex cards, which need to be synced up to their Foursquare acounts. Then, Foursquare will send them an alert about the money-back reward within moments after the Pizza Hut purchase.

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The One Thing Most Social Media Marketers Forget [Plus Infographic]

Christmas only comes once a year and it is fun to see the children tear off the paper and unwrap their presents.

It is more like a destruction derby than a party! Paper, string and wrapping fly in all directions as the journey of toy discovery unfolds.The One Thing Most Social Media Marketers Forget [Plus Infographic]

Parents and grandparents watch the unfolding scenario like the Super Bowl or the Football World Cup, cheering from the sidelines.

The Christmas card and the “thank you” is often forgotten and the focus is on discovering what exciting new present that Santa has delivered!

The toy is seized with shouts of glee and overt unbridled enthusiasm and for the next 10 minutes it is the centre of attention.

Soon the next toy is unwrapped and the now “old” toy is discarded, maybe to never be used again.
The Shiny New Toy Effect

Social media marketing is the “shiny new toy” and it has been unwrapped and it has us all enthralled and excited. The Facebook marketing, Twitter tweeting and YouTube videos have us running in all directions as we play with the social networks trying to work out how to make it all work effectively.

Amongst all the social media glitter there is a one little marketing tool that should not be forgotten, in fact it should be embraced and integrated into the new social web.


Christmas only comes once a year and it is fun to see the children tear off the paper and unwrap their presents.It is more like a destruction derby than a party! Paper, string and wrapping fly in all directions as the journey of toy discovery unfolds.The One Thing Most Social Media Marketers Forget [Plus Infographic]

Parents and grandparents watch the unfolding scenario like the Super Bowl or the Football World Cup, cheering from the sidelines.

The Christmas card and the “thank you”  is often forgotten and the focus is on discovering what exciting new present that Santa has delivered!

The toy is seized with shouts of glee and overt unbridled enthusiasm and for the next 10 minutes it is the centre of attention.

Soon the next toy is unwrapped and the now “old” toy is discarded, maybe to never be used again. Leer más “The One Thing Most Social Media Marketers Forget [Plus Infographic]”

Diversity By Invitation Only…?

The Advertising Age story on the Super Bowl study featured an excerpt worth examining:

While the study highlights the ad industry’s longstanding problem with diversity, it is also keeping that discrimination investigation in the headlines. This attention, paired with a lack of dialogue with agency leadership, could hinder real change, said American Association of Advertising Agencies CEO Nancy Hill. [Más…] “I think it makes it difficult, especially if agencies aren’t invited to have a discussion,” Ms. Hill, the only agency representative at the press conference today, said of the project’s press-first strategy. “It makes it feel like [the Madison Avenue Project] doesn’t want to have a conversation.”



The Advertising Age story on the Super Bowl study featured an excerpt worth examining:

While the study highlights the ad industry’s longstanding problem with diversity, it is also keeping that discrimination investigation in the headlines. This attention, paired with a lack of dialogue with agency leadership, could hinder real change, said American Association of Advertising Agencies CEO Nancy Hill. Leer más “Diversity By Invitation Only…?”