Marketing will make or break a new venture, so why not study some good examples? Here’s a new commercial I like a lot, with features any startup should emulate:
Why I like it:
- Lead with the product
- Get folks thinking along the right lines. This commercial leads with a shiny bottle featuring the brand prominently, which gets us thinking “health and beauty,” and a visible tagline, “Spray and Go,” which gets us thinking “fast.”
- Grab their attention
- Someone remarkable (attractive, not yet dressed) does something surprising (runs in and grabs the product).
- Demonstrate and differentiate
- “Oh, so she’s spraying it on… that’s different!”
- When the actress sits down and flips her top on, you’re surprised by how fast it is. That carries forward with the hat, pants, and shoes.
- This sense of surprise accentuates the message from the beginning about being fast.
- The uplifting soundtrack does more than set the pace, it inspires action. You want folks to buy this.
- Right at the end you have a narrator explaining what we just saw in six words, “Moisturizes deeply and absorbs in seconds,” with visuals reminding us about a single rub to get it in and how it sprays.
- End quickly
- All this happens in 30 seconds. This gives you plenty of time to watch it again for the delight factor (how many times did you watch it?).
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