Taste in experiential marketing is a sense that's hard to resist! In today’s culture of food and flavor, the rich and pleasurable gustatory experience happens when taste merges with the other senses. Flavorful experiences are available to many brands, not just food brands.
There are 16 million students enrolled in U.S. colleges. This Gen-Z group, ages 18 – 24, is a priority for many marketers. Brands are vying for the love of the newest shopper generation. College marketing programs allow brands to connect and engage with the college student demo. Daunting [...]
There is science behind why touch matters. Brand-in-hand campaigns are not new or revolutionary. Even brands with intangible products should consider the power of tactile engagements. Touch in experiential marketing is important for many types of brands and companies.
I’m a female in my 30s, and despite the fact that I just admitted my age, I’m feeling happy right now – writing to you. Just as Bryant was happy when he recorded the Feature Friday tip talking about facial detection measurements (see below). Facial detection cameras collect [...]
Does experiential marketing fit into your B2B marketing plan? Experiential marketing for B2B marketers enhances your core messaging and strengthens client relationships. However, the objectives of a B2B experiential marketing plan must consider the business buying model. After all, the first [...]
Don't overlook your brand's aroma. Smell in experiential marketing - and at other touch points in the consumer journey - can enhance the memory and deepen the understanding of the brand. Don't just leave scent marketing to food and fragrance brands. It's something that all marketers should [...]
The sense of sound in experiential marketing is one that shouldn't be taken for granted. Adding sound to an experience can be as simple as placing speakers around your event space. Or, you can incorporate sound in experiential marketing activations with more complex design.
While in-house marketing is making the headlines, what we're really seeing happen is a wider adoption of the hybrid model. A study from eMarketer shows that 52 percent of companies use a combination of outsourced and in-house resources.
Visual cues are very powerful. That's why sight in experiential marketing design is one of the first things you need to consider. There must be an aesthetic appeal that arouses the emotional reaction you desire from your audience.