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Sector Organizaciones benéficas, fundaciones, voluntarios , Against Cancer (en)
Media Digital, Case study
Mercado Argentina
Agencia David Buenos Aires
Executive Creative Director Joaquin Cubria, Ignacio Ferioli
Art Director Ricardo Casal
Copywriter Juan Javier Peña Plaza
Agencia de production Landia
Publicado marzo 2016

Premios

Cannes Lions 2017
Creative Effectiveness Creative Effectiveness: Creative Effectiveness for Good Gold Lion

Creditos y descripciones

Brand: MACMA
Alternative Title: Tetas x Tetas
Media: Online
Category: Public Interest, NGO
Agency: David
Geo: Argentina
MACMA: Man boobs for boobs
Advertising Agency: DAVID, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Executive Creative Directors: Joaquin Cubria, Ignacio Ferioli
Copywriter: Juan Peña ( Juan Javier Peña Plaza )
Art Director: Ricardo Casal
General Accounts Director: Emanuel Abeijon
Account Director: Lucila Castellani
Account Executive: Brenda Ranieri
Head of production: Brenda Morrison Fell
Agency's Producer: Felipe Calvino
Production House: Landia
Executive Producer: Adrian D’Amario
Producer: Thomas Amoedo
Director of Photography: Nicolas Hardy
Sound Mix: Porta Estudio
Music: Cluster
Editor: Ana Svarz
Execution:
The campaign is based on a series of tutorial videos that each begin with a woman about to perform a breast self-exam. By the moment she takes of her shirt a man steps into frame and she “borrows” his breasts to avoid censorship and demonstrate this early detection technique clearly step by step.The content was initially published on Macma’s YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram channels. Local celebrities supported the campaign to extend the scope of the message organically.In a second stage, once the message had freely reached people, we developed a PR plan to start a global debate highlighting the need to clearly communicate how women should carry out a BSE uncensored, to support early breast cancer detection.
Campaign Description:
It’s very hard to get women to regularly check their breasts to help prevent breast cancer. However, they do check their phones an average of 110 times a day. Therefore, we decided to spread our message in a format that would grant us visibility on these devices using social platforms to achieve it. That’s precisely where we came across a huge barrier: breasts aren’t welcome on social media; Facebook and Instagram censor them. Their nudity policies, in an attempt to promote respectful behavior among users, have strict rules when it comes to nudity.Ironically enough, they do seem to have a point on view when it comes to cancer “we (Facebook) always allow photos of women showing breasts with post-mastectomy scarring.” Sadly, too late. We definitely needed to show some boobs! If it weren’t female, manboobs could do the dirty job.
Strategy:
Even though most cases occur after 40 years of age, younger women are affected every year and self-examination is recommended since sexual development.Looking for the best way to appear on the platforms they are interested in, we focused on the boundaries that define the rule.Women’s nipples are banned but men’s weren’t included in that regulation.All over the internet, there are websites that use drawings and videos to show women how to perform a BSE. We were aiming at a campaign that nudged people to obtain a larger impact without overlooking the informational aspect. That gave birth to #ManBoobs4Boobs a prevention campaign requiring men’s involvement to accomplish its goal.We found a way to elude the rules on platforms such as Instagram and Facebook. #ManBoobs4Boobs teaches how to perform a BSE on men’s boobs which aren’t censored while fostering a necessary debate on modifying social policies.
Synopsis:
MACMA - (literally, Movement for Breast Cancer Help) is a non-profit organization founded by women who have suffered breast cancer. Their goal is to progressively help more and more women fight this disease by promoting prevention through early diagnosis. MACMA’s most important asset is the certainty that early cancer detection and appropriate treatment save lives.Breast cancer is the most popular form of cancer among women, affecting about 18,000 women per year in Argentina. That means one out of every eight women is likely to contract it, making it the number one cause of death in adult women. Breast self-examination (BSE) is the most effective method for early detection. Because so many women disregard it, our goal was to create awareness on the importance of practicing BSE while exposing the evident restrictions online social networks impose on these kinds of messages.
Outcome:
With a social media investment below $1000 dollars, the campaign organically became a success reaching 48 million views only in the first week. Mainstream media covered it expanding the tutorials’ reach to a much wider audience, far beyond the borders of Argentina, obtaining coverage in every continent with 193 millions media impressions. It generated earned media worth $ 17 million and MACMA’s fan base grew 20.000 followers only in the launch day. It was shared over 700.000 times, becoming the most shared and viewed breast self examination exam ever. But it’s more than just numbers: as a result of the campaign, new patients, oncologists, psychologists, volunteers, benefactors, and brands joined MACMA to support their efforts, an NGO’s greatest achievement.The local government invited MACMA to be part of the national breast cancer help network.