Christmas is always a good time for marketers to launch campaigns, create online buzz and drive traffic. There are so many insightful ideas in Christmas 2018. Take a look at Comms8’s favourite ad of this festive season!
Brands which know little about ‘520’ day could be missing a great opportunity to engage with the Chinese lovebirds
Many global brands may know that nowadays, Chinese consumers celebrate both the Western Valentine’s day on 14th February and the Chinese Valentine’s day on the seventh day of the seventh month on the lunar calendar, but only a few know about ‘520’ day- And those who don’t know about it could be missing a great opportunity to engage with the Chinese lovebirds.
Since their inception, social media platforms have always been essential tools for brands to reach their target audience, especially in China, where over one billion people use the internet every day.
However, besides WeChat (China’s WhatsApp), Weibo (China’s Facebook), and Youku (China’s YouTube), what other social media platforms should you utilise in order to communicate with your audience?
Chinese brands start to embrace the April Fool’s Day
For brands around the world, April Fool’s Day is the perfect chance to communicate with their audience and improve brand awareness. Nowadays, Chinese brands are more global-centric and have started relating with the international audience by tapping in the global festivals and topics. We have picked two of the best Chinese campaigns embracing the sense of humour on this April Fool’s Day.
When the adland focuses on Oscar, Christmas and Superbowl every year, let's not forget the Chinese New Year, which is THE festival that celebrated by 1/5 of the world's population, is also one of the major parades of great ads and creativity in Asia. As we start our celebrations in welcoming the Year of Goat, we have shortlisted 9 ads around in Asia that connect and remind us of what this festival is all about.
If Tiffany sold you yogurt, would it taste better? Do you notice how many times you have chosen a product because of how it looks than what it is? When was the last time you picked a bottle of Perrier than an unbranded sparkling water, despite of the fact that they technically tasted the same, simply because of the brand and its look?