There are no two thoughts about the fact that every individual is bombarded every single day with an array of graphical ads. Some ads are receptive to some while they are not to others. The reason behind this is that advertisers and marketers tailor their advertising messages in such a way that only the target group responds to them.
In this blog, we will discuss a few examples of how advertisers are successfully using different kinds of promotional media to advertise to different sections of society and situation marketing.
Advertising to the Visually Impaired
Many brands are striving to make their websites, brochures, infographics and other marketing collateral accessible to the visually impaired. When brands are planning for their campaigns, it is essential that they accommodate the needs of this important demographic.
A company in Indiana, USA, came up with the first and only ever Braille printed paper cup in the world, thus catering to the needs of the visually impaired or partially sighted. Braille-printed paper cups are definitely a breakthrough in the world of creative paper cup ads.
Advertising to the Bald-Headed
Today, there is a huge market for hair transplants. Millions of men and women who experience hair loss problems opt for hair restoration services. Being a targeted service, an ad based on hair transplant will only appeal to those who need to avail of such a service. To capture the attention of the target audience, advertisers are opting for powerful billboards. Dr Dhepe’s Skin City, a Pune-based institute of dermatology used a hard-hitting billboard that compared hair gain to plant growth to attract those who face frequent loss of hair.
Advertising to the Modern Indian Woman
In 2016, Shaadi.com launched a TVC called ‘My Conditions Apply’ to give the brand a fresh makeover. The new brand image is aimed at catering to the needs of modern, independent and career-oriented women. The ad shows various women laying down their conditions for marriage in a polite but firm way. They would like to keep their name after marriage, keep climbing the career ladder, and be able to hang out with friends and so on. Watch the video below:
When demonetisation hit the country last year, many brands were seeing cashing-in on the situation in terms of advertising. Paytm made the most of the situation by promoting its cashless payment option. We at GingerCup also took the opportunity to promote FxKart, a company offering a hassle-free exchange of foreign currency. Our entire paper cup advertising campaign was based on the slogan ‘Chai Pe Kharcha’.
Today, advertising is changing at a steady pace. The goal of advertisers today is not just selling a product, but making a difference by capitalising on various touch points, using humour or emotion in advertising, and situation marketing to a segment that needs the product or service the most.
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