The HoneyBaked Ham Company
HoneyBaked wanted to build goodwill among its customers by leveraging a strategic cause marketing partnership with the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) to support breast cancer awareness (and boost sales) during October 2013.
To generate buzz around the HoneyBaked Foils Breast Cancer campaign, Brogan created a central campaign landing page on honeybaked.com that showcased all seven ways HoneyBaked was supporting breast cancer awareness during the month of October. Brogan leveraged social media to uniquely spread awareness and educate consumers about the National Breast Cancer Foundation’s vision. Through the Facebook and Pinterest pages, HoneyBaked shared inspiring visual quotes and breast cancer facts to encourage fan/follower engagement. One of the main elements of the campaign was the HoneyBaked Foils Breast Cancer giveaway, where HoneyBaked gave away 100 dinners during October—(20) $75 HoneyBaked gift cards per week for five weeks. By connecting HoneyBaked’s reputation for comfort food and the breast cancer community’s need for comfort, HoneyBaked Facebook fans could nominate a friend or loved one who was currently going through breast cancer treatments to win one of the free dinners. The winners were randomly selected every Friday.
The month-long promotion led to an increase of more than 5,900 net new Facebook fans, a board following of 1,570 Pinterest followers, 800 entries into the giveaway, opt-ins to HoneyBaked emails and increased goodwill across social media channels and in-store.
The HoneyBaked Ham Company
HoneyBaked was off to a great start with an outstanding number of Facebook fans. What about growing the numbers? And what about keeping interest up during the off-season?
The agency created a series of five random giveaways, driving fans to a "HoneyBaked on the House" web page. Teaser status updates and Facebook Engagements ads helped spread the word. With prizes ranging from 200 Free Lunches, 50 FREE Turkey Breasts and 100 FREE Heat & Share Sides, this limited time offer required fans to act fast – and they did, gobbling up the giveaways within minutes. Fan excitement and chatter on the page resulted in as much as a 45% lift in Fans during promotional periods.
Oakland County Medical Society
Oakland County Medical Society needed a marketing partner that could support their long-term mission as the "voice of physicians of Oakland County." We had to develop consistent, branded strategies that increased young physician membership while retaining established physicians, all on a tight budget.
We created a new, vibrant brand that included a logo, theme line, Facebook engagement ads, lounge posters and eBlasts to doctors, linking them to the recruitment microsite. There were more than 400 visitors to the site within one month of the launch and very positive feedback from physicians.
In an aggressively competitive healthcare marketing environment, Covenant Center for the Heart needed to establish their leadership position and impeccable credentials for cardiac care.
On Valentine’s Day in 2011, Covenant launched the “Love Notes” campaign. It included traditional advertising (outdoor, TV, radio) that supported the strong commitment to mobile, digital and social media (texts, interactive, eBlasts, tweets). Target audiences were directed to the Covenant Center for the Heart home page to sign up for heart-healthy “Love Your Heart” text messages and eBlasts. Others found a heart-shaped Post-It Note on the front page of the newspaper encouraging sign ups. During the first few weeks, the campaign received 2,900 hits and more than 100 text and eBlast sign ups.