HoMedics came to us to launch a new brand: Ellia Essential Oils, a line of therapeutic essential oils and diffusers, to be sold online and at major retailers.
Targeting upscale women 18-49 interested in natural health products and a healthier home, Brogan created a campaign designed to demonstrate the benefits of using Ellia’s essential oils. Tactics included print ads, advertorials and interactive ads in the Dr. Oz publication and website, The Good Life, as well as a video used for in-store displays and on the Ellia website.
In addition, Brogan launched social channels for Ellia and developed content on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. Fun visual series included Essential Oils 101, Mixology (showing how to combine oils to create different scents), Wind Down Wednesdays and several others. Blogs, videos, polls and infographics were also created for social media, and Brogan monitored and responded to posts on all channels.
Within the first five months of the campaign, Ellia garnered 11,100 Facebook fans, 75,689 social video views, and 726,400 overall post views. The Dr. Oz issue alone resulted in 3.4 million impressions. Best of all, Ellia significantly exceeded their sales and revenue goals for the new line.
The Belly Bandit was a hot-selling product for new moms, available in boutique stores. Now, they had the opportunity to expand into big box retailers like Buy Buy Baby and Babies R Us. Big plans to expand their product line to include control and support apparel for before, during and after pregnancy required them to take a closer look at their logo and package design. It needed a "lift."
Brogan & Partners helped Belly Bandit develop a new logo, tagline and packaging design. The modular packaging design easily extends to new products, allowing Belly Bandit to maintain a strong brand image as the company grows. The expanded Belly Bandit line of products was successfully introduced into Babies R Us and Buy Buy Baby with all-new packaging. Additionally, Brogan aided in a website design (their products are also available online). Now pregnant and postpartum bellies across the country (as well as Belly Bandit’s brand identity) have been given a stylish lift.
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 hung its hams, turkeys and sides on family tradition—and traditional media during key holiday seasons—Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas. A family company, governed by multiple division operations across the country, they recognized a need to identify a unified strategy. Also, competitors and consumers were migrating to social media. "Traditional" was at risk of becoming "out-of-touch."
Brogan & Partners researched how women were using social media. In 2010, 72% of women used social networks to learn about and comment on new products. Also, 80% of women had become fans of products or brands on Facebook. HoneyBaked was sold. The divisions agreed to put the brand on Facebook to share information, advice and special offers. Within the first year of launch, the Facebook Fan page grew by 897% to 44,588 Fans. HoneyBaked experienced increased coupon redemptions, and we ignited a daily conversation with new, loyal customers. Yum!
As frustrated consumers were backing away from the increased rates and big retailers on eBay, Ranger Data Technologies saw an opportunity for a new kind of auction experience and created boocoo.com. They knew could make online buying and selling exciting again. They hired us to create and introduce the boocoo brand in a way that grabbed the attention of auction sellers and buyers.
We created a young, smart, fresh brand personality that generated the attention and actions wanted and needed. The campaign included targeted print, interactive and social media. Within 7 months, boocoo generated 16,000 registered users, more than 26,000 items listed on the site and more than 115,000 visitors a month.