The Financial Times has launched a new English edition in Asia, with the goal of boosting its circulation and increasing the reach across the Asia region. Brand Republic reports that the strapline used in the marketing campaign is “Independent. Inspired. Indispensable.” The Financial Times now has dedicated editions, in print and online, for the UK, continental Europe, US and Asia.
“There’s only one destination in Autumn”. And that’s Ireland, according to a new integrated campaign launched by Tourism Ireland to attract tourists to the country. Revolution Magazine reports that direct mail, email and the Web have been employed to to promote seasonal autumn packages linked to festivals taking place over the coming months.
Nestle has just launched a new snack format KitKat Kubes, and it’s using mobile marketing to promote them to 16 to 25 years old women. Revolution reports that consumers who receive the sms text will have the chance to request free samples of the product.
Volvo has launched on Msn.it a campaign to promote its new S40. MediaForum reports that the Web portal has promised Volvo to create 180.000 click through and 3.500 online registrations. The campaign will run also on the main Italian portals, using a variety of ads formats: hockeystick, skyscraper e pop-up.
On eMarketer David Berkowitz presents today an interview with Otherwise Creative Director Mark Rattin. Otherwise is the interactive agency responsible for Orbitz online campaigns (the pop-unders you usually see when reading the New York Times online). The interview is very interesting since it discusses many issues connected to online travel business and advertising. The full collection of Orbitz pop-unders is available online.
Zeppelin as well as pizza couriers will be used by Esso in its upcoming �On the run� mobile competition in Switzerland. Impactmedia has designed the multi channel communication strategy, and MINICK has provided the mobile applications and infrastructure. Actually is not very easy to understand what the campaign is about, even though it sounds rather interesting, since there’s also a little bit of “guerrilla” in it�In the press release Marco B�schlin, managing director of MINICK Switzerland explained: “This campaign uses fresh and aggressive means of communication, and thus the usage of mobile messaging is a must. Mobile Marketing reflects the spontaneity of the young target group.”
MediaPost reports today about the recent Ford F-150 truck online campaign. According to Nielsen/Netratings traffic from home to Ford jumped 72% to 842,000 unique visitors, thanks to the heavy advertising on MSN, Yahoo! and AOL. Masha Geller says this has been a successful campaign… Well, I do agree that traffic is important, however I believe that, in order to evaluate the results of this online effort, we should better look at other data, not mentioned in the article, such as the number of people that have signed up to receive further information on the vehicle, or have booked a driving-test.
The Italian web magazine Prima Comunicazione presents the results of a recent study by Nokia saying that more and more SME have started using mobile e-mail. In Europe, the use of mobile e-mail will grow by 35% in the next 18 months.
New Media Age reports today that “the wireless space in Ireland today is ‘nothing less than a revolution’”. Opt-in has proved to be the key to the success of mobile marketing in the Irish market place, and more and more companies are happy with the results of their wireless campaigns. By the way, Ireland has the highest per-capita texters in Europe.
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