Disney took to Twitter to post a very magical “140 character tweet” (in a very literal sense).
Simple. Fun. Creative. Great idea.
Showing that a creative idea is the key to a fantastic example of content marketing. Disney have created the ultimate Twitter hashtag with a 140...
World’s biggest Snickers bar is 10 inches long and contains 2,000 calories! The enormous snack weights 454 grams and 198 grams of fat.
The ‘world’s largest’ Snickers bar costs £24.99 on Firebox.com, who say it should be eaten in nine servings. The website goes on to say: ‘Grab yourself a meat fork and an electric carving knife, slice it up, and enjoy a large mouthful of nutty, chewy, chocolate...
Posted by Andrew Barratt
on 20th Nov 2013 in ALL
Courtesy of a little digital magic, the young man in this poster really does know when it’s a British Airways plane. And that really is the actual flight number and where it’s flying in from.
A very inspiring and clever outdoor campaign in Piccadilly Circus (London).
This trending YouTube video released a few weeks back for Halloween is brilliant.
For company P&G – renowned for being on the slightly staid side of marketing, often afraid to do risky/controversial content with it’s global FMCG brands – this content is a refreshing breath of fresh air for it’s toothpaste brand Crest.
They have a gaggle of child actors (who obviously didn’t...
Milka challenged French consumers to “dare to be tender” by donating the last square of their chocolate bar.
Packs were sold with a square missing, and the Mondelez International-owned brand invited consumers online to either claim the piece for themselves or donate to a loved one.
By using the product itself as the main media hook, the campaign used the insight that the last chocolate bite is the best...