In episode #544, Eric and Neil describe the best marketing campaigns they have seen. Tune in to hear some innovating marketing ideas!
Time-Stamped Show Notes:
- [00:27] Today’s Topic: The Cleverest Marketing Campaigns that We Have Seen
- [01:00] A lot of the YouTube marketers are creating very emotional stories, using them as ads, and making millions of dollars per month.
- [01:22] Billy Gene used a “Wolf of Wall Street” parody that proved so effective, it reached people in Brazil.
- [02:06] Eric saw a very effective Lyft ad while watching YouTube videos.
- [02:25] Lyft was able to evoke emotion based on a true life story about a survivor of the Vegas hotel shooting.
- [02:55] They leveraged an emotional event to market their business.
- [03:52] Re-market videos on YouTube on Facebook: show people what their lives will be like if they use your product or services.
- [05:00] If you are pitching based on emotion and that doesn’t work, re-market them using logic.
- [05:21] Full Story shows people what they can do with your website.
- [05:50] It will show people how to use your website and it’s highly customizable.
- [06:33] You can follow up with people after they’ve seen how your site works using Full Story.
- [07:02] Russell Brunson was giving away free MP3 players, but he created a funnel that got people to purchase his products and services.
- [07:45] He created video campaigns on how to retire using click-funnels.
- [08:18] Dollar Shave Club sold to Unilever for over a billion dollars.
- [08:43] Think about how to put a creative spin on things, like Squatty Potty and their bizarre/humorous ad campaign.
- [09:25] That’s all for today!
- [09:27] Go to Singlegrain.com/Giveway for a special edition of Crazy Egg, the heat mapping tool.
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