For a recap on all the campaigns visit 2017 year in review: Campaigns of the year
This was a year of momentous change that saw brands take a stand against US President Donald Trump’s policies, Samsung redeem itself and the rise of ecosystem brands. Here’s what marketers can learn from those that came out on top in 2017.
From digital marketing’s annus horribilis to the damp squib of virtual reality, these are the cautionary tales marketers must avoid emulating next year.
From Burger King’s Google stunt and Ikea’s response to Balenciaga’s ‘copycat’ bag to Wendy’s 2.5 billion earned media impressions, these are the campaigns that caused controversy, set out to make a statement or put humour centre stage.
Advertisers’ desire for low-cost impressions puts them at risk of buying fraudulent inventory, but they can protect their investments by partnering with platforms using advanced anti-fraud measures.
In the context of Covid and the wider change happening in the world over the past 12 months, Adidas’s head of global marketing believes the ‘Impossible Is Nothing’ message is even more critical as it shares untold stories of sports culture.
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