Entries for tag "instagram"

Social Listening – Durex

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Truth be told, there is no other brand that does such a precise, uncluttered job of marketing its condoms than Durex.

Sure, this view is possibly keeping in mind an urban/ urban like customer in mind, but the brand’s ability to stimulate the mind through its communication (less seedy images) is unparalleled in this category.

In the last 90 days, the brand has had a whopping 1300 mentions in social media, reaching 470 Million of its customers.

Social Listening: CARS24

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Founded in 2015, CARS24's mission is to revolutionize the way used cars are sold in India. CARS24 creates an efficient and reliable way for car owners to sell their used cars at a reasonable price. Since its inception, CARS24 has grown at breakneck speed, becoming the default car selling (and now also car buying) destination.

As part of our weekly social listening exercise, this week we look at how CARS24 has used social media to establish connect with its consumer segment.

Social Listening Report: Beardo and the Alpha Male story!

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Men’s grooming brand Beardo, which has a strong online presence, plans to expand in salons, supermarkets and organised retail formats. The company, in which home grown FMCG major Marico has picked up a stake, is also looking to start selling its products in the US.

As most modern day brands, it has focused significant marketing monies online and we are this week using our social listening tools to hear into how the brand uses different platforms.

SOCIAL LISTENING: MG India and life in the Fast Lane!

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The MG brand in India has definitely caught the imagination of the consumers with products that are stylish, affordable, and in the case of the EV, highly innovative and relevant. With their brand ambassador, they have made a very high impact entry in the market.

Their TV spends have been among the highest in the category.

While doing all this to establish itself, the brand appears to have given social media a slightly shorter shrift.