To advertise its Guess Eyewear assortment, eyewear group Marcolin lately labored with AR firm Aryel, digital advertising and marketing company Intarget and media platform Teads for a marketing campaign that ran in Spain, France, Italy, Germany and the U.S. from Could to June.
The marketing campaign featured two AR-supported advert codecs. One allowed individuals to view a pair of Guess sun shades in 3D and take a look at them on in augmented actuality, whereas the opposite featured a promotional video adopted by the identical 3D and AR try-on expertise.
“This marketing campaign was aimed toward a younger viewers, and we ensured that the product was introduced in a way appropriate for the consumption dynamics most consultant of this viewers,” a Marcolin spokesperson informed Adweek. “Within the huge on-line world, the place the amount of content material is immense, standing out is crucial to seize consideration and generate interactions. … The location inside Teads’ media setting yielded glorious outcomes, contemplating the variety of seconds collected on the advert unit.”
In keeping with Teads, the marketing campaign improved model consciousness throughout all KPIs and noticed a 19-second common dwell time. The digital try-on engagement fee elevated by greater than 44%, and the 3D engagement fee elevated by greater than 13.3%, when in comparison with Teads’ benchmark.
The outcomes had been particularly constructive in Italy, the place the engagement fee for the digital try-on expertise surpassed Teads’ benchmark by 60%, and the common dwell time exceeded the benchmark by 16.6%.
“Our first AR marketing campaign for Marcolin, in partnership with Aryel and Intarget, is a testomony to our dedication to expertise in enabling manufacturers to ascertain a extra impactful reference to customers at each stage of the funnel,” stated Jonathan Lewis, world head of Teads Studio.