Analysis of The Old Spice Campaign [Video]

This might be a bit “last month” news, but nevertheless, it has some interesting numbers that we’d like to share with you. The Old Spice is certainly a milestone for brilliant social media advertising but do you kn0w how much of an impact it had on the brand? Folks at AdFreak compiled a brilliant video about the  history and impact of the Old Spice campaign and it is a must watch.

Some Numbers [quoted]:

  • The  social media campaign was “the fastest-growing and most popular interactive campaign in history.”
  • More people watched the Old Spice video in the first 24 hours than those who watched Obama’s presidential victory speech.
  • Total video views reached 40 million in a week.
  • Campaign impressions: 1.4 billion.
  • Old Spice Sales Went up 107 percent in July 2010.

Whichever way you look it the campaign was a stellar success. Share your thoughts with us in the comment section.

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About the Campaign:

Sometimes, it is hard for us to sound the words “thank you” when we feel gratitude towards those we appreciate for serving our country or community, whether they are military personnel or others. This is how the idea for this campaign began…

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