Top Story


Home >> Marketing >> Article

Marketers cannot create a brand by just relying on new media, say experts

Font Size   16
Marketers cannot create a brand by just relying on new media, say experts

Since inception brands are positioning different ideas and conventional and unconventional medium to position them in the market and consumers mind. Be it Lalitaji for Surf or Shahrukh Khan for Lux .

Sharing his point of view about the uses of conventional and unconventional medium, Abhish Chandhok, Head-Activation, Media and Consumer Intelligence, Nokia  said, “Earlier I think for brand it was like TV, Print and OOH but now it has totally changed but today its about multiple dialogue but one language and that is the major difference.”

Chandhok supported a brand should have common language and it is required so that they have conversations. Once that thing is sorted out then it’s like using entire 360 of the brands really expected. End of the day a brand is performer to stay the experiences for people in the audience some of them are active consumer who is consuming your content and some of them are just passing by .Its the brand who need to choose.

He said, “You use a mix of media, traditional media and then u use new media. In traditional media I think the endeavour always has been now start doing things differently and in new media it’s about doing different things. Again its important to have your common language for brand.

In the world where every day we woke up with different technology and out of the box innovation its hard to understand what marketers will supply and what will be consumers demand.

Sharing the thought process over how to reinvent brands through unconventional media, Naveen Kukreja, CMO, Policy said, “Political parties are surprising you with the unconventional approach. Its becoming a reality its becoming more stream . Couple of thoughts one what unconventional its different for different companies and industries. What unconventional to me may not be unconventional to someone else and vice versa.”

He added, “Why unconventional becomes important the conventional media is too crowded you will not be able to make your message clear the other is because its conventional media its very expensive.”

While Amit Tiwari, Country head, Media, Philips said, “There is a huge debate about conventional and unconventional medium actually it lies in the unconventional approach. In a conventional media if you will do things which are unconventional can also give you the impact.” 

He concluded by saying, consumer interacts on a particular day that is if a marketer if we do something which is disruptive the job is already done,

Salil Kapoor, COO, Dish TV said, “It’s the unconventional approach and the non conventional media different things its the same standard traditional media and I would also like to say that when TV started the press guys rubbished it, so the point which makes here anything new different comes up is always rubbishes in the beginning and slowly it gets enhanced.”

Citing an example of unconventional medium, Kapoor shared, “One of our partner’s advertisers came up to us and said we want to create something which can go beyond 30 and 60 seconds. We worked on something we can give you a complete channel something 24 hours use it advertising or training or whatever within a cost of running a campaign of four to five weeks, and immediately we came up with channel landing page the moment you switch on your TV one can see the ads until he/she press the red button to move over different channels.

When we are talking about unconventional media, it will be the biggest sin for the marketers to ignore facebook as platform. The yep me founder chose the social networking site to create their data base.

Sharing his journey Vivek Gaur, CEO, Yepme said, “When we started this whole thing fashion brand sold online we deliver to all kind of consumer brand for smaller and bigger communities. We went to facebook the unconventional media, because of one single reason I could target the use and that actually match the profile of my brand over a period of time we make the fan base of 4.3 million users and engagement rivals anywhere in term of fashion what does that fulfils what may unconventional for somebody else mainstream. So its all depend how you look at it and how you effectively reach you customer.

The above speakers where sharing their views at Pitch CMO Summit on the topic Reinventing Brands through unconventional medium.

Kranti Gada joined the family business at Shemaroo in 2006 after a successful stint of over two years in marketing at Pepsi Co. She has been associated with the company for 12 years.

Exchange4media interacted with Jaspreet Chandok, Vice President and Head (Fashion) , IMG Reliance Pvt. Ltd on seamless brands integrations planned for Lakme Fashion Week, walking tall despite blazing trails like GST, demonetization and being a part of the larger cultural space

Their strategy to educate the consumers to make well informed decisions at all stages has worked out well.

Bobby Pawar, MD, CCO - South Asia, Publicis India, talks about his idea of chilling out

Launches third phase of TVC campaign ‘Think it. Done’

Based in Mumbai, Usha has nearly two decades of experience in the Indian media and entertainment sector and will serve as a strategic advisor to H+K’s diverse portfolio of clients with a special empha...

Report based on media channel data in 96 countries and detailed findings from the world‘s key ad markets, which between them account for approximately two-thirds of the value of global advertising tra...