Tag: marketing

Altered Carbon: Tracking Fandom into the Future

Posted on 6th March, 2020 by Hanna Kahlert in Ads, Advertising, Altered Carbon, Baby Yoda, Fandom, Fandom Insight, Marketing, Marketing Funnel, Metrics, Netflix, The Mandalorian, The Mandalorian Ratings, Tracking Fandom, TV, TV Show Fandom, TV Shows, Video Advertising and Video Advertising Revenue

In the digital era, anything can generate metrics – to the point where no matter how good the numbers look, actual success can sometimes be unconnected. Logged ‘views’ of an…

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Brand Strategy: Choose the Koalas

Posted on 29th January, 2020 by Hanna Kahlert in Brand Building, Brand Equity, Brand Loyalty, Brands, Climate Change, Consumer Behaviour, Consumer Data Analysis, Consumer Insight, Market Saturation, Market Shares, Market Strategy, Marketing, Strategic Pivot and Strategy

At this year’s World Economic Forum recently convened in Davos, Switzerland, the subject of stakeholder capitalism over shareholder capitalism was a hotly debated topic, with themes of broader accountability and…

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Is Pay-TV killing off Niche Sports?

Posted on 4th July, 2019 by Alistair Taylor in Amazon, Amazon Prime Video, Audience Engagement, Awareness, BBC, BBC One, Binge Watch, Broadcasters, Channel 4, Consumption Habits, Cricket, Declining Subscribers, Demographic Cliff, Digital Landscape, Diluting Assets, Distribution, ECB, EPL, Fandom, FIFA, FIFA Women’s World Cup, FIFA World Cup, Football, Fragmented Market, Free To Air, Gaming, ICC, ICC Cricket World Cup, ITV, Live Sports, Market Saturation, Marketing, Medium, Niche Sports, Pay Tv, Pay-tv Subscriptions, Payalled Services, Peak Attention Economy, Rights Acquisition, Rights Holders, Rugby, Scripted Drama, Secular Decline, Sky, Sky Sports, Soccer, Specialisation, Sports Rights, Streaming Insurgents, Subscribers, Subscription Video On Demand, Svod, Value Proposition, Video Games, Viewership and World Cup

With both the ICC Cricket World Cup and FIFA Women’s World Cup approaching their climaxes, the stark difference in audience engagement raises the question, is pay-TV killing off niche sports?…

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Hulu and The Egg: How An Egg Outfoxed A Kardashian and Went On To Win The Super Bowl, With Hulu

Posted on 14th February, 2019 by Georgia Meyer in Ads, Droga5, Eugene The Egg, Exclusive, Hulu, Instagram, Insurgent, Kardashian, Kylie Kardashian, Marketing, Mental Health America, Nfl, Nike, Purposeful Marketing, Social Ecommerce, Super Bowl, Viral, Viral Fluke and World Record Egg

The egg that beat Kylie Jenner for the highest number of likes on an Instagram photo partnered with Hulu to promo an ad following the Super Bowl. Rather than ‘sell…

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