So, “Shall we begin?”
The most awaited, viewed, pirated, praised, followed show on TV has begun its last run with a bang of 10.1 Million viewers watching the premier. There are lot of things that are about the show that kept us on our toes and made our knees week (pun intended), their marketing is in their top list. Want to know how the show makers have managed to build so much of buzz for the show? Without further ado, here is the list of our favorite campaigns.
So, “Shall we begin?”
From usage numbers to engagement statistics, it was incredible to see just how impactful networks such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram have become. For example, not only is Facebook home to 1.23 billion daily active users on average, but those users come from all over the world -- with 85.2% residing outside of the U.S. and Canada. That's a crazy level of connectivity.
Years ago, businesses reached their customers through trade fair, print advertisements, along with other conventional promotion methods. Today, consumers begin their shopping experience by looking on the web, in the search engines, the blogosphere, and social network sites.
In recent times, the role of marketing in influencing business decisions at the highest levels has only become more pronounced because of the direct connect the marketers have to the consumers. With the explosion of media and distribution channels, the scope of marketing has gone through the roof. Chief Marketing Officers can no longer afford to remain merely marketing gurus; they need to give marketing a new attitude and turn it into a powerful engine for growth, in the process, charting a roadmap for themselves to the CEO position.
Google’s perpetually updating algorithm rejects black and grey hat techniques (which once were common practice among digital agencies) to generate traffic and enhance the yield of digital marketing. With newer versions of the Google algorithm, 40% of paid ads are not reaching the targeted audience. Is that a flaw in the way digital marketing agencies render their service? Or is it an alarm for these agencies to change their targeting mechanism?