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 Republic Day 2019 creatives & campaigns, Firstpost’s campaign for their print edition and more.
Learn more about the trending and hottest new social media and digital marketing campaigns with Social Samosa’s weekly social media campaigns roundup for a condensed summary of the industry.
Taproot Dentsu creates launch campaign for Firstpost’s print edition
To launch the weekly print edition of Firstpost, the news and media website/app from Network18, Taproot Dentsu, the creative agency from Dentsu Aegis Network, has released a campaign that shows how digging deeper for the truth is so important, today more than ever. Read more here.
Toyota is shattering perceptions with their Super Bowl 2019 Commercial
Toyota collaborated with Antoinette Harris to shatter perceptions and bury assumptions for their Super Bowl 2019 advert. Read more
Tata Salt uses Salt art to bring out the true spirit of Republic Day
Tata Salt, the pioneer of salt iodisation movement in India, partner with a Salt artist to create art that celebrates the true spirit of the Indian constitution. The brand released the video of the unique ‘Salt Art’ on Republic Day. Read more here.
‘Luxury you can’t give up’ – Volkswagen releases its new film for the all-new Passathere.
Ad world celebrates 70th Republic Day with high-spirited brand posts
India marches ahead with pride to celebrate the 70th Republic Day today. While we are all aware of the significance the day holds, brands have put on their creative shoes to create the high-spirited Republic Day campaigns 2019. Read more here.
When Ponds took the social experiment route…
Taking a break from the usual product-centric advertising, Ponds India in it’s latest communication adopted the social experiment route for the Ponds Jhappi Van campaign. Experts share their verdict on how far was the brand successful in going the trend way. Read more here.
The really really really trends reaches India with Google, Microsoft, Tic Tac and more
The really really trend set off from US, has trotted the globe and reached the land of cultural diversity and where marketing is based on monotony. Read more here.