Tag Archive | "Volkswagen Campaigns"

Volkswagen: Charge Up For e-Golf App Challenge

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

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Check out this new campaign from Volkswagen which utilizes the charging hardware on smartphones to interact and power an app! So by doing what people do every day, charging their phone, the Volkswagen ‘Charge Up’ for e-Golf app and deliver receive a raffle tickets to people when they charge their phone, for the chance to [...]

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Volkswagen: #Polowers Twitter Campaign

Thursday, April 25, 2013

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Apologies in advance, I think this is the 3rd Volkswagen digital campaign post in a week, but with Cannes around the corner, the case study links are flying in… And this case from Volkswagen and DDB Spain, called ‘The Polowers’ aimed to get some tweeting traction in Spain, where despite the popularity of the Polo, [...]

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Volkswagen: Slowmercial For Fast Forwarders

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

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If you’re part of the 80% of people who fast forward TV commercials, then this one has been made just for you! It’s the new Slowmercial for the Volkswagen Beetle and it’s an almost static TV Ad that if fast seen while in Fast Forward mode on your recorder, you’ll experience the Ad as if [...]

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Volkswagen: The Search Engine Ad

Sunday, March 17, 2013

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Everyone wants to game Google search results for their campaigns, if fact, I’ve seen people submit all sorts of attempts to Digital Buzz, and most don’t work as portrayed, some to do a degree, perhaps once, or for one week… This campaign from the guys at SEA-Team, have attempted to game Google Image Search for [...]

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Light Painting: The Volkswagen Art Heist

Thursday, October 13, 2011

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Here is a beautiful ambient meets social campaign for the new Volkswagen Jetta GLI in Canada where they’ve created a series of pop-up art galleries that feature “Light Paintings” made by the movement of the Volkswagen Jetta. Framed, installed and then left for the public to find (and take home for free) the light paintings [...]

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