The new Mitsubishi Colt is promoted in Belgium with an emotional touch, which reminds the LoveMarks concept introduced by Saatchi & Saatchi. Digimedia (in Dutch) reports the agencies Hypervision and Tequila have worked together to create the campaign which takes advantage of the Internet as well as of Tv advertising. Online the new Colt CZ3 is promoted with a dedicated section on the dating site Rendez Vous, to stress the seductive character of the new car. The microsite also feature a competition to win “a perfect rendez-vous” with the new Colt CZ3. Singles as well as engaged people are invited to enter the contest, the Colt CZ3 says she isn’t jealous.
The case study of Mitsubishi “See what happens” campaign, explained on iMedia Connection by Joseph Jaffe, tells us that online advertising has taken a step further in its consolidation process. It’s all about integration or, better, as Mr Jaffe says it’s all about “the convergence of form and function; TV and the Web; idea and execution; brand and business”.
The SuperBowl wasn’t just about advertising crap, at least one brand managed to do a good job with the event. I’m talking about Mitsubishi, that presented a tv commercial with pathos and… no end. To see what was going to happen, spectators had to go online on SeeWhatHappens.com and watch the end of the spot. A cool marketing idea, detailed in an article on AdAge which says that during the next 28 hours more than 170,000 unique visitors flocked to the special Web site to follow the final half of the demolition derby-like saga.
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