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Twitter Makes Its Biggest Partnership Deal Ever

Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/pepsi-and-twitter-make-a-global-music-partnership

jack dorsey twitter money suitcasePepsi and Twitter have made a year-long global campaign that is the biggest partnership a marketer has made with Twitter to date. It will include video (live streaming and original), pop-up concerts to be announced on Twitter, compiling trending topics into a weekly video digest, and free music downloads at @Pepsi.

Here’s what Jaguar had to say about being depicted bartering sex for selecting a creative agency on “Mad Men.”

Brands are now seeking influential Instagrammers to promote their events and products. Here are some crazy examples.

After BMW’s Mini completed its ad review, which started in January, the company decided to stick with its incumbent agency: Butler Shine Stern & Partners.

Discovery Channel TV show “Dirty Jobs” has inspired a line of cleaning products of the same name. The cleaning products’ promotional campaign has an estimated cost of between $20 and $25  million.

Mobile marketing tech firm FunMobility is set to release an integrated mobile marketing suite that is designed to help brands amp up user engagement June 12. 

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Wednesday, May 30th, 2012 news No Comments

PepsiCo Discovers Consumers Will Pay More For Orange Juice With Less Juice (PEP)

Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/pepscico-discovers-consumers-will-pay-more-for-watered-down-orange-juice-2012-2


tropicana carton redesignThis post originally appeared at Newser

PepsiCo’s plan to increase profit margins for its Tropicana orange juice is simple: Just add water. Apparently some consumers are already doing that on their own, in order to get a less-thick or lower-calorie beverage. “They themselves add water before drinking OJ,” a PepsiCo exec tells Bloomberg. “So why not add the water ourselves and charge for it?” Tropicana lost market share to Coca-Cola Co.’s Minute Maid and Simply Orange brands after PepsiCo repackaged its juice three years ago.

Now, instead of continuing to compete in the 100% juice category, PepsiCo will focus on different products with higher profit margins. One such product—Trop50, which contains 42% orange juice and uses a low-calorie stevia-based sweetener—has already been successful. Says the exec, “We have lost perspective here on the primary reason we are in business, which is to make money.” Consumers will always know what they’re getting, thanks to strict FDA juice labeling guidelines.

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Wednesday, February 15th, 2012 news No Comments

Superbowl Ads Already Aired Before Superbowl 46

Source: http://adage.com/article/special-report-super-bowl/super-bowl-commercials-released/232442/

AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR

Honda: 'Matthew's Day Off' Super Bowl spot
Honda: "Matthew's Day Off"
RPA , Santa Monica
Acura: 'Transactions' Super Bowl spot
Acura: "Transactions"
RP& , Santa Monica

AUDI OF AMERICA

Audi: 'Vampire Party' Super Bowl spot
Audi: "Vampire Party"
Venables , Bell & Partners, San Francisco

CAREERBUILDER

CareerBuilder: 'Business Trip'
CareerBuilder: "Business Trip"
In-house

CARS.COM

Cars.com: 'Neck'
Cars.com: "Neck"
DDB, Chicago

CENTURY 21

Century 21: 'Smarter. Bolder. Faster.'
Century 21: "Smarter. Bolder. Faster."
Red Tettemer & Partners, Philadelphia

COCA-COLA

Coca-Cola: 'The Catch'
Coca-Cola: "The Catch"
Wieden & Kennedy, Portland, Ore.
Coca-Cola: 'Superstition'
Coca-Cola: "Superstition"
Wieden & Kennedy, Portland, Ore.
Coca-Cola: 'Arggghhh'
Coca-Cola: "Arggghhh"
Wieden & Kennedy, Portland, Ore.

DANNON

Oikos Yogurt: 'The Tease'
Oikos Yogurt: "The Tease"
Poptent, Y&R

E-TRADE

E-Trade: 'Fatherhood'
E-Trade: "Fatherhood"
Grey, New York

GENERAL ELECTRIC

GE: 'Building Something Big in Louisville'
GE: "Building Something Big in Louisville"
BBDO , New York
GE: 'Power and Beer'
GE: "Power and Beer"
BBDO , New York

GENERAL MOTORS

Cadillac: 'Sneak Peek'
Cadillac: "Sneak Peek"
Fallon , Minneapolis
Chevy: 'Happy Grad'
Chevrolet: "Happy Grad"
(Consumer-Generated)
Chevy: 'Stunt Anthem'
Chevrolet: "Stunt Anthem"
Goodby , Silverstein and Partners
Silverado: '2012'
Silverado: "2012"
Goodby , Silverstein and Partners

GODADDY.COM

GoDaddy.co: 'Body Paint'
GoDaddy.co: "Body Paint"
In-house
GoDaddy.com: 'Cloud'
GoDaddy.com: "Cloud"
In-house

H&M

H&M.com: 'David Beckham'
H&M.com: "David Beckham"
In-house

HISTORY CHANNEL

History Channel: 'Swamp People: This Is Your Boss'
History Channel: "Swamp People: This Is Your Boss"
In-house

HYUNDAI

Hyundai: 'Think Fast'
Hyundai: "Think Fast"
Innocean
Hyundai: 'Cheetah'
Hyundai: "Cheetah"
Innocean

KIA MOTORS AMERICA

Kia: 'A Dream Car. For Real Life'
Kia: "A Dream Car. For Real Life"
David & Goliath, Los Angeles

PEPSICO

PepsiMax: 'Check-Out'
PepsiMax: "Check-Out"
TBWA /Chiat/Day
Pepsi: 'Kings Court'
Pepsi: "King's Court"
TBWA /Chiat/Day

SKECHERS

Skechers: 'Go Run'
Skechers: "Go Run"

TELEFLORA

Teleflora: 'Give and Receive'
Teleflora: "Give and Receive"
In-house

TOYOTA MOTOR SALES U.S.A.

<a href='http://adage.com/directory/toyota-motor-corp/286' class='directory_entry' title='Ad Age Directory'>Toyota Motor Corp.</a>: 'Reinvented'
Toyota : "Reinvented"
Saatchi & Saatchi, Los Angeles
Lexus: 'The Beast'
Lexus: "The Beast"
Attik, Team One

VOLKSWAGEN

Volkswagen : 'Dog Strikes Back'
Volkswagen : "Dog Strikes Back"
Deutsch , Los Angeles


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Sunday, February 5th, 2012 news No Comments

Coke vs Pepsi vs Dr Pepper

regional differences in the interest (search volume) for coke, pepsi, and dr pepper

UPDATE: January 29, 2013 – Pepsi continues to trend down in search interest and market share. See Relative Search Volume Mirrors Market Share

 

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ClickZ articles by Augustine Fou, PhD

Dr. Augustine Fou is Group Chief Digital Officer of Omnicom’s Healthcare Consultancy Group. He has nearly 15 years of digital strategy consulting experience and is an expert in data mining, analytics, and consumer insights research, with specific knowledge in the consumer payments, packaged goods, food/beverage, retail/apparel, and healthcare sectors.

Dr. Fou has provided strategic counsel on the use and integration of online marketing to clients such as AT&T, IBM, Intel, ExxonMobil, MasterCard, Unilever, Pepsi, DrPepper, Frito Lay, Taco Bell. KFC. Atari, Conde Nast, Hachette Filipacchi, Victoria’s Secret, Liz Claiborne, and others. He has served as expert witness on online payments for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and advised government agencies such as the Norwegian Trade Counsel, the Gouvernement du Quebec, Invest in Sweden Agency, and the Canadian Consulate.

Dr. Fou is an Adjunct Professor at New York University in the Integrated Marketing Department of the School for Continuing and Professional Studies. He also writes a monthly column for ClickZ’s Experts Columns on Integrated Marketing and is a frequent speaker and panelist at online and advertising industry conferences.

He started his career with McKinsey & Company and recently served as SVP, Digital Lead at McCann/MRM Worldwide. Dr. Fou completed his PhD at MIT at the age of 23 in the Department of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering.

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