Here at Full Contact, 2017 is all about new energy, new clients, new projects, and even a few new members to the Full Contact family. We are excited to be working with some great local, regional, and national brands to make meaningful connections with their consumers.
Marketing techniques that may be mistaken as mere social fads are actually the basis for incredibly effective customer acquisition and engagement strategies. Here are three marketing trends that actually are not trends at all, but rather quite sophisticated techniques that many brands have successfully implemented.
We recently worked with Funny Or Die to create some branded content for Cumberland Farms. There’s a pretty simple formula for these things; start with a meat stick joke and write a treatment around it. Voila, you’ve got yourself a funny digital short that proves Cumberland Farms is the perfect place to get coffee, snacks, and tasered.
Motherboard recently detailed how British firm Cambridge Analytica used a sophisticated algorithm, big data, and psychographic metrics to help Donald Trump deliver tailored messages to individual voters. They got granular enough to basically allow canvassers to knock on doors with what amounts to an individualized creative brief for each unique conversation: information on the personality of the inhabitant, his or her political views, and how he or she feels about certain issues.