Mountain Dew's 360-degree video experiment shows promise | Wish CEO on decision to buy placement on Lakers jerseys | Papa John's exec puts focus on "Better" campaign
November 15, 2017
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Mountain Dew's 360-degree video experiment shows promise
Mountain Dew's 360-degree video experiment shows promise
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Mountain Dew's 360-degree video campaign promoting an innovative virtual reality game achieved a 22% click-through rate and more than 100,000 views this summer. Nevertheless, the brand is planning to move forward cautiously before rolling out similar campaigns.
Digiday (11/14),  Marketing Dive (11/15) 
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Wish CEO on decision to buy placement on Lakers jerseys
Wish CEO on decision to buy placement on Lakers jerseys
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Shopping app Wish spent somewhere between $36 million and $42 million to place its logo on the Los Angeles Lakers' jerseys for the next three years, an investment CEO Peter Szulczewski calls "a no-brainer." He explains the reasoning behind the decision, such as perceived credibility, national TV exposure and the team's popularity in China.
Recode (11/12) 
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Papa John's exec puts focus on "Better" campaign
Papa John's new Chief Marketing Officer Brandon Rhoten is planning on revitalizing the company's "Better Ingredients, Better Pizza" slogan through stronger digital marketing along with an international expansion. Rhoten states the goal is to be less deal focused, stating, "We're going to work on a transition to be more about 'better' and less about offers."
BrandChannel (11/13) 
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Innovation at Work
Facebook expands AR offerings for brands, agencies
Facebook has expanded its augmented reality advertising beta program to 700 agencies and brands. StudioCanal, Stink Studios and UK retailer John Lewis are among the brands experimenting with interactive video and photo filters for Facebook's new camera feature.
Digiday (11/14) 
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AR, ephemeral content to help define social media in 2018
Augmented reality and ephemeral content, such as the disappearing stories popularized by Snapchat, will be big social media trends in 2018, writes Maddy Osman. Instagram stories and influencer marketing also will continue to grow in importance as brands seek a meaningful connection with Generation Z.
AdNews (Australia) (11/13) 
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Commentary: Brands should try to own social consumer interactions
Commentary: Brands should try to own social consumer interactions
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Social media algorithms change over time, leaving marketers uncertain whether or when their content is seen, while the data collected belongs to the platform, not the marketer, writes Criteo's Blaise Lucey. That's why it's important for brand social and content strategies to focus "on driving users back to the experiences you own," he writes.
Marketing Land (11/13) 
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Publishers cope with media, industry changes
SourceMedia's Paul Vogel explains how the fast-paced news environment is making content promotion on social media more challenging and why publishers are embracing sponsored content as a way to generate revenue and expand audiences.
SmartBrief/Marketing (11/13) 
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