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In this article, we will delve into the world of food and drink marketing to families, providing valuable insights and tips to captivate their hearts and satisfy their taste buds.
What gets better ROI than sports sponsorships? The answer may surprise you. Especially if you are trying to reach parents.
Kinder Joy®, the delicious treat plus toy made specially to help parents create joyful moments of surprise for their children, is returning to local zoos and aquariums across the country for the second year in a row, bringing imaginative Easter egg hunts to families.
Learn the most successful methods for targeting moms in your marketing campaigns. Increase your ROI and connect with the powerful mom demographic.
As the first generation to be born entirely in the 21st century, Gen Alpha is the most tech-savvy and diverse generation to date. Comprising children born between 2010 and 2025, Gen Alpha is projected to be the largest generation in history, with an estimated global population of 2 billion.
Allionce Group, the leading marketing agency for connecting brands to parents with young kids, today announced the promotion of Rachelle Cullum to Vice President, Director of Client Services. This appointment comes after an impressive year of growth and new client wins, including Ferrero brand Kinder Joy renewing their partnership for 2023.
Marketing to Gen Alpha is next in line for brands and agencies after Gen Z (Millennials) grows up and marketers are getting smart about how to do it.
Kinder Joy® is partnering with local zoos and aquariums across the country to host Easter celebrations for families. At the events, families will get to partake in a variety of Easter activities, including a Kinder Joy Easter Egg hunt featuring the iconic egg-shaped Kinder Joy treat plus toy to double the joy of a traditional hunt.
Adweek talked with the founder of Allionce, as well as with brands that have partnered with the agency, to find out more about how this Boston agency has become the leader in helping brands engage with parents with young children in an uncluttered and emerging market.
When it comes to parents, it is important to take into account their values, attitudes, and lifestyle to craft an advertising campaign that appeals to them. In this article, we’ll explore how to uncover these factors and how to appeal to parents through advertising.
Marketing to children has always been a challenging task. With the rise of technology and the fragmentation of the media landscape it has become even more complicated. Adding to this complexity are new restrictions around FTC/COPPA guidelines that will extend existing protections to kids up to 16 and will ban targeted advertising to children under 13 regardless of parental consent.
Where once brand partners sought to connect with targeted audiences by sharing interest in a “passion point” such as a favorite sports team or musical artist, they now seek to immerse their consumers in relevant experiences that meet a need and resonate on a higher emotional level.
For brands exploring new ways to reach parents & kids, look no further than a market that has recently been catching the attention of marketers looking for a new, fresh and highly efficient approach.
Marketing to families is a delicate and challenging task, as parents are often busy, skeptical, and have high standards for the products and services they buy for their families. To be successful in this market, companies need to craft a family-friendly marketing strategy that appeals to parents while also resonating with children.