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(movie) LOVE CODE

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Medien Werbung / PR, Fallmethode
Markt Thailand
Agentur McCann Bangkok
Executive Creative Director Saharath Sawadatikom Ltd.
Art Director Chotika Ophaswongse
Veröffentlicht Juni 2010

Belohnungen

Cannes Lions 2010
PR Lions - Silver

Kredite und Beschreibung

Type of entry: Sectors & Services
Category: Technology and Manufacturing
Advertiser: LG
Product/Service: MOBILE PHONE
Agency: McCANN WORLDGROUP THAILAND Bangkok, THAILAND

Chief Creative Officer: Martin Lee (McCann Worldgroup (Thailand))
Executive Creative Director: Saharath Sawadatikom (McCann Worldgroup (Thailand))
Senior Art Director: Keatnapin Sobhinnon (McCann Worldgroup (Thailand))
Copy Writer: Prayer Trairatvorakul (McCann Worldgroup (Thailand))
Art Director: Chotika Ophaswongse (McCann Worldgroup (Thailand))
Technology Consultant: Wichian Yungmeesuk (McCann Worldgroup (Thailand))
Flash Programmer: Kongsak Pongsuradate (McCann Worldgroup (Thailand))
Strategic Planning Director: Chawana Praesrisakul (McCann Worldgroup (Thailand))
Account Executive: Peerunthron Chaisrirattanakul (McCann Worldgroup (Thailand))
Account Executive: Nutcha Mauthorn (McCann Worldgroup (Thailand))
Senior Web designer: Thongrop Vongthonghor (McCann Worldgroup (Thailand))

Describe the campaign/entry:
LG wanted to introduce Lollipop, a clamshell mobile phone with 3G technology in 5 different colours, to the market. To sell a phone, there are 2 things to talk about: the voice function and non-voice features. However, Lollipop had to compete with the 2,400 models currently in the market. This time, in order to differentiate the product, we looked at a function that seemed like nonsense and made sense out of it: “LED icon display.”

“Lollipop Love Story,” a series broadcast in 5 webisodes told the story of teens and communication using LED signs. LED signs played a significant role in revealing the story.

The effectiveness of this campaign generated free PR and buzz where articles were covered in newspapers, magazines and most importantly by word of mouth from both target segments and PR across both offline and online media. The campaign was talked about in various blogs, shared over 10,000 times and linked back to the microsite.

The LG Lollipop sold out within the first month.
Describe the brief from the client:
LG wanted to introduce Lollipop, a clamshell mobile phone with 3G technology in 5 different colours, to the market and it ensure it got a postive reaction with its target audience. To sell a phone, there are 2 things to talk about: the voice function and non-voice features.
Results:
Over 1,000,000 unique visitors within the first month, 15 times more than industry standards. The website had more than 252,200 subscribers with 41% returning visitors.
The effectiveness of this campaign generated free PR and buzz where articles were covered in newspapers, magazines and most importantly, word of mouth from both target segments and PR across both offline and online media. The campaign was talked about in various blogs, shared over 10,000 times and linked back to the microsite.
LG Lollipop sold out within the first month.
Revenue generated was at 80,000,000 Baht after campaign launched, or 200% more than expected.
Execution:
Make “LED icons/signs a new language among teens.”
We started by making the “Lollipop Love Story,” a series broadcast in 5 webisodes that told the story of teens and communication using LED signs. The Korean-style series reflected K-Pop culture among teens; it featured a girl and 2 boys who came from different countries and found difficulties communicating with each other. LED signs on the Lollipop mobile phone played a significant role in revealing the story.
This buzz was further generated with the target post-webisode-launch through PR and word of mouth on online forums. How-to’s and ways of communicating using LED was developed on forums for further engagement with these virtually connected teens.
The Situation:
We were launching the LG Lollipop phone and needed to ensure it got media attention as there are 70 mobile phone brands and 2400 phone models currently in the market.
The Strategy:
This time, in order to differentiate the product, we looked at a function that seemed like nonsense and made the “LED icon display” out of it. We wanted to higlight a function that would connect people to the mobile phone.