In an effort to better connect with Gen Z consumers, Idahoan Foods dove into TikTok with a campaign that not only educated consumers about how to enjoy its products, but also developed a unique music beat and choreographed dance known, naturally, as “the mashed potato dance.”
Brands–both big and small–can implement campaigns on the platform using any combination of native ads, organic content and influencer posts to increase their overall awareness and entice potential customers.
Mondelez tapped into a partnership to evaluate and optimize the performance of its cross-platform display campaign, which ultimately resulted in a rise in purchase intent among the snack brand’s primary target audience.
By rethinking the way they approach everything from product development to retail execution — and pairing these efforts with some of today’s cutting-edge technologies — many SMBs are battling their way back to recovery and into the forefront of retail and consumer attention.
If younger audiences align with your brand’s targets, 2021 is your year to branch out into new social spaces. Here are four platforms worth exploring, paired with best practices and predictions to help guide your content:
The beauty brand is the first to jingle into the holiday season with its latest campaign touting an “e.l.f.ing amazing holiday album,” debuting on Triller, with the help of Movers+Shakers creative agency.