Category Archives: Marketing Campaigns

Heineken’s Tiger Beer Targets Select Markets With ‘Uncaged’ Campaign

Heineken’s Tiger Beer Targets Select Markets With ‘Uncaged’ Campaign by Larissa Faw , April 18, 2018 While Tiger Beer is popular in parts of Asia, the Heineken-owned label is partnering with agency Marcel Sydney to raise awareness for the brand with a new campaign across 13 markets where it is lesser known. The “Uncaged” campaign … Continue reading Heineken’s Tiger Beer Targets Select Markets With ‘Uncaged’ Campaign

Marketers Grapple With The Best Time To Optimize Campaigns

Marketers Grapple With The Best Time To Optimize Campaigns by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, October 6, 2017 Gaps in data and a misunderstanding of the nuances of today’s advertising campaigns have marketers wondering about the best times to optimize. Kantar Millward Brown conducted research to analyze the optimal time for media agencies to … Continue reading Marketers Grapple With The Best Time To Optimize Campaigns

Scale local by thinking vertically: 75 ways to orient a local campaign

Sponsoring Cannes or the Boston Marathon might not be in your budget, but columnist Megan Hannay outlines a bevy of other local sponsorship opportunities to help grow your local marketing efforts. Megan Hannay on September 6, 2017   One of the most intimidating components of local, grassroots marketing is its variability. Whether you’re a local, … Continue reading Scale local by thinking vertically: 75 ways to orient a local campaign

Why the marketing campaign is dead and what should replace it

It’s time to stop thinking in terms of campaigns. Contributor Justin Dunham says marketers need to take a more iterative approach and instead think in terms of programs — algorithms, assets and continuous optimization. Justin Dunham on August 16, 2017   Remember WhatsApp? They built a $20 billion company — without running a single marketing … Continue reading Why the marketing campaign is dead and what should replace it