Bringing Creative to the forefront this Christmas

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As we hurtle towards the festive period, and the inevitable influx of consumer spending that accompanies it, advertisers will be dusting off more than just their baubles this Christmas. We may be coming up to the most wonderful time of the year, but that doesn’t mean the pressure is off for advertisers, and you can be sure that when the Christmas lights do eventually turn on, so do the host of festive marketing campaigns.

With vast levels of competition, in an increasingly digital environment, advertisers need to optimise their campaigns to attract the tide of ready to spend merry-goers, and ensure a high return on investment.

In this Golden Quarter, producing engaging and eye-catching content should be the key focus of any advertising campaign. Implementing creatives in the right way, helps brands project awareness, enabling them to cut through all the noise during the holiday season, ultimately boosting engagement and reach.

With over 15 years of experience in creative amplification, performance marketing and working with some of the worlds largest brands (such as Microsoft, Harvey Nichols and Liverpool FC), we understand the importance of Q4 creative.

In order to help you stand out,  the UK team have put together a Q4 Creative Hamper containing a series of social and dynamic bundles to help amplify your company this Christmas:

  1. Social Image Hamper
  2. Social Video Hamper
  3. Full Social Amplification Hamper
  4. Display and Dynamic Creative

By implementing creative amplification within your digital strategy, brands can project themselves to the forefront of the industry through brand awareness and eye catching content. Allow Incubeta to build impactful digital ads that help bring your creative to life, create engagement and grow your reach on any platform. 

For more information please read our Hamper Guide and get in touch with our Creative Commercial Manager, Eddy Walker ([email protected]).

Please note this is only available in the UK – this blog was originally posted on Incubeta