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Kim Kardashian announced her new shapewear brand, KIMONO Solutionwear, and in the process infuriated entire countries, captured news headlines, and has the whole media world’s attention before launching her official brand name.
Outrage marketing is a viral marketing tactic that capitalizes on the shock, anger, or indignation of consumers, whether intentional or unintentional, to gain awareness and win public favor.
When big brands experiment with outrage, it's like a mad scientist combining chemicals in the laboratory - mixing marketing with provocation produces explosive brand breakthroughs at the risk of creating a mess of negative publicity.
Publicity stunts and viral marketing pranks – forms of outrage marketing – share a similar goal, but their executions are subtly different.
In the first day IHOP recorded 614,000 tweets, in the first ten days there were over 2.1 million social media conversations, and in the first three weeks they sold 400% more burgers. Why was IHOP so successful? What is Outrage Marketing? Outrage ...
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Before advertising platforms like Facebook and Google had these sophisticated targeting tools, you had to write excellent copy, come up with a creative idea, and select the ad placement incredibly well to get people's attention.
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