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 What is a transmedia campaign? Some examples of them

What is a transmedia campaign? Some examples of them

In recent years, transmedia communication has emerged as a new way of telling stories.

A transmedia campaign is a campaign in which information about a brand is transmitted through different channels. But, unlike traditional campaigns, each channel is used to tell a part of the story by adapting the message and all of them complement each other to create a message. Another characteristic of this type of campaigns is the interactivity with the public.

A transmedia campaign is an excellent way to capture and retain the audience, as well as reinforce brand awareness. Through the interactivity of the audience seeks to tell a story. This character of proximity to the client is what makes this type of campaigns the perfect ally in B2C marketing.

In this article we will see as an example some effective strategies:

  1. Game of Thrones- 19 kingdoms

To launch the 4th season of Game of Thrones in Spain, Canal + mounted a transmedia game that consisted of Twitter battle, @ 19 Kingdoms to attack other Kingdoms or other families. The goal of the game was to work strategically with or against other users to build and improve the player’s profile for battles against the kingdoms.

To be able to tell this story, Canal + started the campaign with the spot “Apparition” and ended with the coronation of the winner in an event. The scope of this campaign was more than 11,000 page views per week, 5,000 players and 16,000 interactions in each battle.

2. Fanta- Asalvajados

The company wanted to launch a campaign that would reach the young. For this I create a gimcana through social networks and its web in which the participants could personlizar their can, create their own community and get meetings with Youtubers. To participate, players should follow the tracks through RRSS.

This campaign managed to increase the reputation of the brand and its affinity with its consumers. They managed to be trending topic on several occasions and created a unique experience for their target.

3. Intercore and Toshiba – The beauty inside

Intel and Toshiba wanted to connect with their customers with this campaign. It was a love story, hung on his web about Alex and Leah. The plot was that Alex wakes up every day in a different body and that makes it very difficult to fall in love. Through RRSS and interactive, all people could participate in the story and make Alex. On Alex’s official website you could follow the story with all sorts of content: images, episodes, making of, trailer…

This campaign was the winner of the first Cannes Lions award and the web-episodes were viral and reached 60 million views worldwide. In the final video 100 participants were included in the campaign.


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