If you catch a train in New York City during weekends, you will find yourself caught in another era. To promote the season two of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, a vintage subway train that was used in 1917 until 1969 replaced New York”s normal train on weekends. If you are, however, around London, you will find 3D white paper- machete horses leaping from Foam posters instead.
These creative campaigns were able to attract the attention of people by standing out from the background and being different. They had the ability to surprise and delight people and made them notice their advertisements instantly. Their advertisements turned into tourist attractions with people taking pictures and videos and posting them online which gave them a huge amount of exposure. This is one of the perks of outdoor advertising. Advertising outdoors gives you dozens of opportunities to create outstanding campaigns with various platforms that you can use for your innovative strategies. With outdoor advertising, your advertisements are not kept inside a box. Instead, they come alive.
LivingSocial executed a two- day stunt in London by making use of Taxi advertising. Unsuspecting passengers were given a choice: whether to continue to their destination or to roll the dice. With rolling the dice meaning that they will be given exciting new experiences such as chess boxing, pole-dancing, fitness classes, chef master classes, a speedboat ride, and a wildlife adventure in the courtesy of LivingSocial. Their strategy really worked well in showing their brand promise in a creative and unexpected way. Another perk of is that you are able to give your audiences unique and personal experiences ” an adventure they will never forget, in this case ” that effectively communicate your brand message.
If you happen to be in a beach and are in desperate need of a sunscreen or if your phone or iPod is out of battery, do not fret. Bus stop advertisements in Australia, Chicago and New York have exactly what you need. These days, advertisements are not just something to look at and to tell you what you have to