Nivea are currently using in-game advertising within a social community for girls (goSupermodel.com) to promote their NIVEA Visage Young range. In the game, players get a ‘virtual pimple’ which they can get rid of by using a NIVEA product.
Why it matters
Younger generations feel at home in virtual worlds and often see their online life as an extension of their real-life social world. How can marketers take further advantage of the increasingly authentic virtual worlds that are being created in order to showcase the benefits of health and beauty products?
Unlike synthetic memory foam mattresses, İşbir Yatak’s Viscostar Nature range is made from over 80% natural materials including soya-bean oil, plant extracts and other plant-essences. The mattress has all the same properties as conventional memory foam, but is free from chemical treatment and toxins as and claims to offer 80% better air circulation. It is designed to contribute to overall wellbeing.
People are spending more time at home (yes, we’re still hearing the word “staycation” quite a bit) and there’s a need to make that time at home exciting and enjoyable. Couple that with the marketing boost that sexual health products have received lately, and you’ve got a recipe for increased sales and increased fun at home. In fact, Durex condoms has branded their target consumer the “pleasurati” - an experienced pleasure seeker.