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Chief Marketing Officer and VP Sales
Campaign on Recycling Content to Grow Audience on Different Platforms
2014 was the first year of a 4-year commemoration cycle in Belgium of the First WW 100 years ago. A tsunami of events, books, documentaries and retrospectives went to market. De Standaard published a day on day report on the invasion of Belgium exactly 100 years ago. This report not only proved to be excellent content, but also a fine marketing tool for sales and activation.
Campaign Using an Event to Grow Audience, Brand and Revenue
The 2014 Tour de France cycling race started in Yorkshire. 4.8 million people came to see the cyclists race across Yorkshire. This is a tale of how Yorkshire Post painted it yellow and positioned The Yorkshire Post at the heart of the event.The Yorkshire Post took advantage of this huge cycling event to grow audience, brand and revenue through a plethora of editorial+marketing initiatives.
Awards 2015: First Place Winner: Best Idea to Grow Single-copy Sales
In 2013 the Irish Independent, identified two separate but related challenges;
1. The image of the paper, from a sports perspective, was very GAA-centric. The Irish Independent had not built strong credentials in rugby, despite having access to high quality journalistic talent.
2. The Irish Independent holds the No. 1 position in every county except South Dublin and Cork and so wanted to grow market share in these two rugby strongholds against stiff competition from the Irish Times in South Dublin and the Examiner in Cork.
Rugby has been growing significantly in popularity in Ireland in recent years, buoyed up by the success of national team and the provinces. It was clear that improving the paperâ€™s credentials in rugby would have a positive impact on the paper generally, and could help to address the specific challenges in South Dublin and Cork.
Campaign to Grow Subscription Sales
A successful launch of a new print magazine NZZ Geschichte to the Swiss market. Low-budget, high-return!
Team Leader Direct Marketing Manager, Neue ZÃ¼rcher Zeitung, Switzerland linkedIn
Campaign to Grow Subscription Sales
As a marketing effort the tabloid transformation of Kaleva was exceptional. Marketing the advantages of the small tabloid format for almost a full year, readers are loving the new Kaleva. Preliminary results after 1 year are good; based solemnly on customer satisfaction and subscription sales measurements.
Campaign to Grow Subscription Sales
In 2014 HNA started with a marketing campaign, to attract new digital subscriber: on Tablet instead of paper! What we learned was a little surprise. Over half of our tablet subscribers were existing print-subscribers. They would no longer read the daily newspaper on paper, but the digital version on the tablet.
Marketing Manager, Verlag Dierichs, Germany linkedIn
Awards 2015 Finalist: First Place Winner: â€˜Campaign to Grow Digital Audienceâ€™
Radikal, the first digital newspaper of Turkey wanted to raise awareness about a law that allows authorities to erase any internet content within 4 hours and without court order. The campaign was a great success within the online Turkish community and got Radikal of to a good start in its early years of existence.
Bengisu Birdinc Alacahanli
Digital Marketing Manager, Hurriyet, Turkey linkedIn
Awards 2015 Finalist: First Place Winner: Best Idea to Grow Digital Audience or Engagement
The campaign of 'the renewed De Morgen' had two main objectives:
1. Positioning De Morgen as a progressive & young newspaper with a healthy against the grain attitude.
2. Present the new product proposition of De Morgen and let as many readers as possible discover our new product
To reclaim the territory of De Morgen. De Morgen was once the most progressive and outspoken newspaper in Belgium, but somewhere along the line, they got lost. So in 2014, they decided to turn form and content around in order to position themselves again as the most progressive and young newspaper with a healthy against-the-grain-attitude.
Campaign: Use of an Event To Grow Audience Across Platforms
Het Nieuwsblad, number 2 newspaper on the Flemish market has a big focus on sports, especially cycling and football. To grow their share of the cycling fan market, Het Nieuwsblad created the campaign "De Koers is Van Ons!" to create strong credentials and brand presence with the cycling world, the most popular sport in Dutch-speaking part of Belgium (Flanders). Another success story from Mediahuis, publishing company of Het Nieuwsblad.
Brand Manager, Het Nieuwsblad, Belgium linkedIn
Campaign to Grow Brand
Building on the success of The Best Place to Holiday in Ireland 2013, The Irish times launched The Best Place to Go Wild in Ireland in March 2014. The aim was to find the best places in the country to experience nature: from guided walks, tranquil cruises on our rivers and nature watching on the wetlandsâ€¦ to extreme sports like surfing, caving or coasteering on our rocky shores. The objectives were to creating captivating reader content resulting from the general publicâ€™s nominations of their favorite locations, to emphasise the national credentials of the Irish Times and to build on 2013 levels of engagement with video, traffic and social media interactions.
Awards 2015 Finalist: First Place Winner: Category: Best Idea to Grow Single-Copy Sales
Le Soir, as a quality leading news brand in Belgium, has created and launched in 2014 a complete new strategic and strong positioning activity, named "Demain, la Terre". Objective: meet a growing demand of information, and interests among the readers and the population for a better world and living in society. A clear world trend to be taken care of. "Demain, la Terre" has been developed on print, digital and mobile supports AND physically activated in a 'fabulous garden' in the center of Brussels.
How Gijbels Groep — a Belgian construction company — is, almost, ditching news media entirely to attract potential customers. With their own blog, targeted events and well targeted online communications; Gijbels Groep is almost becoming a publishing company that also happens to construct buildings. — How can publishers still be valuable to Gijbels Groep?
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