Pubblicità Italia reports Kinder and Ferrero snacks brands have launched an advertainment website targeting 4 to 12 years old kids. The site is called Animotosi and is built around the ideas of fun and movement. Advergames, e-cards, personalised cartoons create an attractive environment for young web surfers. The only thing I don’t really like is that there is also a mobile goodies section, where kids can download ringtones and logos. Even though I understand in Italy we have very young boys and girls owning a mobile phone, I’m not sure it’s very ethical to offer them such kind of content. Let’s be honest, 99 percent of the times kids don’t need a mobile phone, so why should we make them desire something completely unnecessary? Am I too radical in my views?
Pan e Cioc is the name of a new snack produced by Ferrero and promoted online with a micro-site (www.Kinderpanecioc.it) and an advertising campaign on MSN Italia (look at the screenshot in pdf). The Internet campaign targets adults between 25 and 45 years old, a segment that usually have children in school age. Ferrero’s main goal is to generate awareness of the product, and is using several rich media formats to deliver the message (for example Hockey Stick, Expanding banner and Overlayer). Dynamic Logic will measure the campaign’s results.
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