Facebook vs Instagram - Which one's for you?

Warning : Imminently shareable and based on many years of marketing experience!

Author – Roshini John

Categories: Social Media

The Secret To Precision Targeting On Facebook

The 4 Facets Of Effective Brand Communication

The other evening my husband and I were having a conversation about persuasion. He happens to be a lawyer, and I, a marketer, and therefore, the art of persuasion is something we consider to be of primary importance.

Author – Team Inception

Categories: digital marketing, content marketing, CMO, Inception, Inception Business Services, Marketing, Target, better insights, Case Study, communication, Content, customer satisfaction, Importance of Marketing, Marketing Partner, ROI Marketing, Social Media, target market, Thinking, Uncategorized

Digital Marketing - The Garmin for Marketers

Leveraging Brand Platforms & Associations for your Brand Communication

Ever noticed the brand of laptop or smart phone someone uses and extended the brand image in your perception of the person? Maybe seen someone wear or carry a specific brand of shoes or bag and instinctively associated brand traits with the person? If you have never, well...you are clearly an exception!

Author – Team Inception

Categories: Brand persona, brand platform, Brand Platforms, Marketing, Marketing Campaigns, Product Placement, Brand Association, Brand Image and Traits, Brand positioning, Cross promotion, marketing, Social Media

The popularity of listicles

How often have you come across content screaming at you from your social media platform, offering up “10 places you have to see before you turn thirty” or “10 reasons why Leonardo di Caprio must win an Oscar”? The range of these new age content gimmicks is as varied as “12 uses for chalk that you never knew about” and “20 different cheeses you should try in your lifetime.” (See what we did there?)

Author – Team Inception

Categories: Inception, Listicle, Marketing, Social Media

Case Study: Coca Cola - Open Happiness through Music

What is Coke Studio all about?
Coke Studio is an initiative to bring music of different genres together in a mellifluous mélange by the world’s largest beverages company, Coca-Cola. Originally the concept of a Brazilian show called Estudio Coca-Cola, the idea was repurposed for the subcontinent with India and Pakistan having their own versions. The repertoire of musical mixes brought together Carnatic, Hindustani, Sufi music on the one hand, with pop, funk, jazz and rock. The end result was a cumulative range of songs that were curated on YouTube and shared via social media. As a brand, Coca Cola has pivoted around the exuberance of young age, that constantly engaged with music and it was this passion for music that became the central campaign idea. By partnering with MTV, a leading youth platform, they were targeting the right audience mix.

Author – Team Inception

Categories: Coke Studio, Case Study, Coca Cola, Social Media, Uncategorized

Case Study: The Red Elephant Foundation - MyWorld / Post 2015 Agenda

Social Media has the power to change how civil society participates and influences causes and issues they deeply care about.

Author – Team Inception

Categories: Inception Business Services, Inception Day, Case Study, Social Media, Uncategorized

Digital Media Campaigns and Movies

Did you change your profile picture to include the light saber? Regardless of whether one has seen the original installments of Star Wars or not, today, the world has so ubiquitously come to know of the film – even millennials born way after the movies released – thanks to a clever digital media campaign. From Google to Facebook, Star Wars was a pretty interesting way to wed the internet with the intergalactic. But if you’re thinking theirs was the only marketing mix that included the digital media for the world of films, think again.

Author – Team Inception

Categories: CMO, Inception, Inception Business Services, Marketing, Movies, Star Wars, The Hunger Games, communication, Importance of Marketing, innovation, Men in Black, Social Media, Uncategorized

Social Media and the floods

If Captain Cool aka Chennai Super Kings’ captain MS Dhoni and Rajnikanth are anything to go by, it is no surprise that it takes a lot more for Chennai’s people to be riled and shaken out of their normal lives. Right up on top of the ladder with Mumbai’s resilience and Delhi’s activism, comes Chennai’s calmness. With the floods crossing all thresholds of acceptable levels, it became imperative for swift action to dispense aid, rescue and supplies to those in need. And what rose to the occasion? Social Media, of course!

Author – Team Inception

Categories: Social Media



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