Tag Archive | "YouTube Campaigns"

NZ Army: YouTube Sharpshooter Game

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

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I’m really starting to enjoy what brands and agencies are doing with their YouTube channels of late, and this new campaign out for the New Zealand Army (created by Saatchi & Saatchi NZ) is right on the money in terms of platform engagement and experience. The team created a Sharpshooter game that challenges you to “Get What [...]

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Tipp-Ex: YouTube Takeover Campaign

Monday, September 6, 2010

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I’m a few days late on this (was out of the Country!) but it’s worth a look if you haven’t yet seen it just yet. Called “A Hunter Shoots A Bear”, this interactive YouTube takeover campaign from Tipp-Ex has racked up over 2.5 million views on the initial start video and over 3.5 million channel [...]

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The Expendables YouTube Takeover

Monday, August 9, 2010

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This is the latest campaign element for the launch of The Expendables movie, a YouTube takeover that features as an interrupted interview with Sylvester Stallone. While I love YouTube takeovers, I felt a little let down by this one (I’ve got high standards!), but only because they played it a little safe, for such an action packed movie, [...]

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Hell Pizza: YouTube Adventure Pizza Film?!

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

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Right. So a pizza company creates a crazy YouTube choose your own adventure film as a lead gen tool and sales driver? I love it. Hell Pizza, a little New Zealand Pizza startup that has rapidly grown to about 100 stores (in multiple countries) have just launched a very cool campaign with YouTube’s Annotations feature allowing them to [...]

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YouTube’s Show & Tell Site For Marketers

Thursday, July 22, 2010

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I’ve just been sent a link to what I believe is an almost undiscovered land within YouTube, well, by undiscovered I mean I’ve never seen it (have you guys??) and for an official YouTube run channel, it’s clearly almost non existent with only 60,000 views since going live back in December 2009. This is home to the the [...]

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Berlei: YouTube Bra Fit Guide With Annotations

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

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YouTube Annotations have been hugely popular since launching, with “choose your own adventure” style campaigns popping up all over YouTube (like the hot wheels campaign). This new video series from Berlei Australia is a slightly different example, it showcases how brands can create interactive content that is more service, educational or information based through YouTube [...]

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Ogilvy: Search For World’s Greatest Salesperson

Sunday, April 11, 2010

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Ogilvy have launched this fantastic campaign for themselves that doubles as a recruitment drive and social competition. It’s called the Search For The Worlds Greatest Salesperson, and it’s running exclusively on their YouTube channel. All you have to do is sell a brick. Yep, the top few people who can upload the best video of how to [...]

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Hot Wheels: Interactive YouTube Video Race

Thursday, March 11, 2010

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YouTube Annotations. Last year I said agencies & brands would really take advantage of them in 2010 and Mattel is the first big brand to utilise YouTube’s annotations technology in a major digital campaign this year. And this from Mattel hasn’t disappointed. It’s the Hot Wheels Custom Motors Cup Challenge Campaign and it allows you to become the pit [...]

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Braquo: The YouTube Takeover Experience

Thursday, October 15, 2009

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(#update – the vimeo video is not working, so I’ve switched to the MSN video) We’ve been seeing some innovative rich media campaigns on YouTube over the last 12 months, including this new one for Braquo, a new crime TV series in France where they take over the entire page, bringing as many elements as possible [...]

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