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CONTENT MARKETING CAMPAIGN
Tourism Ireland: Using the data of emotion to create content
Show me an Ad about tourism in Ireland that doesn’t go all in on the emotion of falling in love with the place. At least with this latest TV Ad spot and wider social execution, there is the perfect partnership of data and emotion in a simple, yet effective, creative route that wears both on its sleeve.
With Tourism Ireland (and Publicis London’s) new proposition of “Fill your heart with Ireland”, it is easy to see where the execution came from but it could also have been a contrived and engineered affair of the heart and screen.
I would like to see more supporting content that reinforces Ireland as the source of the physiological experience. Spotify playlists of Irish artists and their songs that fit a certain range of BPM. An academic explaining the reason behind the rush of blood connected with the experience. Photos captured by the couple overlaid with their heart beat pattern in print, display and beyond. VR executions in target countries that generate that same heightened response by merely putting on a headset but with recommended destinations and itineraries based on your own physiological response.
Client: Tourism Ireland
Agency: Publicis London
CONTENT MARKETING ARTICLES
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A fascinating case study from an innovative digital publisher, sharing their long and short of it in content experiments.
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Marketers who prioritise digital advertising have delusions of effectiveness - The Drum
Social and other digital channels as part of the mix, sure. But all in and you’re missing out and missing the mark.
“Social media is vastly overrated” Samuel Scott