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.
Social Samosa’s weekly digital marketing and social media campaigns roundup this week features a list of campaigns from brands like CENTRAL, Durex, Realme, Idea, Red Bull and Suicide Prevention India Foundation.
Learn more about the trending and hottest new digital and social media campaigns with Social Samosa’s weekly social media campaigns roundup for a condensed summary of the industry.
CENTRAL launches unique Kathakali AR experience on Facebook for Trivandrum Store opening
Future Group’s CENTRAL has launched a unique Facebook Augmented Reality Camera experience that allows users to transform their face to a Katkahali dancer’s face. Built by digital and creative tech agency Alive now, it was launched on the occasion of CENTRAL opening their flagship store in Trivandrum. Read more here.
Durex’s Bollywood references in a recent digital campaign are eye-catching
The latest Durex digital campaign is out following the decriminalization of Section 377, influenced by Bollywood and TV series. Read more here.
Realme’s first brand film speaks about being Proud to be Young
Realme launched its first ever brand film with a new brand slogan, Proud to be Young epitomizing the brand and its global positioning.Read more here.
Idea urges people to use social media responsibly with #MeriRealLifehere.
Red Bull’s Operation #CarpeDiem demonstrates the key to work-life balance
Red Bull is challenging workers to make time for self by pledging to sign off from work early via Operation #CarpeDiem. Read more here.
Suicide Prevention India Foundation creates awareness with #GiveSubtitlesToSuicide
With the aim to highlight this issue and mark World Suicide Prevention Day, Suicide Prevention India Foundation, an NGO creating awareness about suicide prevention and WATConsult, the digital and social media agency from Dentsu Aegis Network, launched a campaign, #GiveSubtitlesToSuicide. Read more here.
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