Social Media Campaigns Round-Up: World tourism day campaigns, Closer friends posts, and more

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Here’s to another week of some impressive work from brands and agencies all over the world. Check out some of the social media campaigns that were rolled out this week.

This has been a week of many trending formats and occasions, keeping brands and agencies on their toes. With The Fake Ad Co and The Ad Parody making memes, brands were quick to latch on and leverage the trend. Further, we saw World Contraception Day Campaigns, World Tourism Day campaigns, any other day that probably ever existed campaigns.

Without further ado, take a look at social media campaigns that dominated this week.

World Tourism Day campaigns 2019 capture wanderlust

World Tourism Day campaigns 2019 are here to take you on a journey filled with creative escapades. Read more

World Contraception Day brand posts emphasize power of prevention

World Contraception Day brand posts are on the pursuit to educate and effectuate the mankind, so they don’t hesitate to penetrate. Read more

Swiggy makes Instagram croon with #SwiggyGeetSangEAT

After gaining traction on IG Music creatives, Swiggy India launches #SwiggyGeetSangEat, basks in the glory of user-generated content. Read more

Comic Book Day brand posts help us find the superhero within

Brands are scripting their campaigns by drawing visual creatives and coloring the socioverse with Comic Book Day brand posts. Read more

#LanguageOfHumanity: Harrier marks International Day of Sign Languages with a campaign

Conceptualized by WATConsult #LanguageOfHumanity is launched to spread awareness around the adoption of sign language as a means of communication, encouraging equality. Read more

TopicalSpot: Brands create their version of Closer Friends trend

Closer Friends brand creatives put a ring on the trending theme with brands putting themselves and their qualities in the spotlight. Read more

Jeep asks potential customers to not settle ‘Under the Hood’

As an attempt to educate consumers about the features they should look for while buying an SUV, Jeep asks people to check Under the Hood. Read more


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