Always wanted to empower Saudi women by giving them a voice. On April 15, Always launched the first ever online march, #MoveForTomorrow, in a country where public demonstrations are banned. Results: 100,000 new Facebook fans; 5,500+ new Instagram followers; 4.6 million social media impressions.
To put an end to the stigma of mental illness, Canada’s largest telco created Bell Let’s Talk in 2011. The initiative aims to sensitize the population while raising funds for mental health. For the fifth year of Bell Let’s Talk, a key goal was to offer concrete tools to help change perceptions.
The Proud Whopper was sold at a single San Francisco Burger King restaurant, to coincide with the city’s Gay Pride Parade. The Proud Whopper generated: over one billion media impressions (worth $21 million of earned media), 7 million video views, 450,000 blog mentions, and became the number one trending topic on Facebook and Twitter.
It’s Beautiful — Coca-Cola’s 2014 Super Bowl commercial featuring a culturally and linguistically diverse America — was coordinated with social media outreach to 87 million people. The commercial was the #1 trending topic on Facebook during the Super Bowl and for the 2 days after.
Elefant, Romania’s biggest online bookseller, used Cause Marketing to encourage readers to reduce the destruction of forests by reading books digitally (concurrently promoting Elefant’s e-books). The ‘Read a Tree’ campaign generated 1.6 million euros of earned media.
KFC’s ‘Add Hope’ campaign collects donations in-store to fund meals for undernourished children. Consumers say that they’re more likely to buy from KFC because of Add Hope, which contributes to KFC being voted a top brand in South Africa (where the Add Hope campaign started).
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