Product placement - Oxfam Trading & Unwrapped 2010

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  • 1. Oxfam Unwrapped Christmas Product Placement 2010 Review and Results
  • 2. What works…….
    • Kept to the schedule:
      • Target long leads: July
      • Weeklies: October
      • Dailies and Online media: December
    • Follow-up (persistent but polite)
    • Working closely with your press office to respond to media enquiries
    • Using all media opportunities – foodie magazines and gardening magazines
  • 3. Results
    • 12 national publications covering Unwrapped
    • 3 pieces online coverage
    • 15 regional newspapers
    • £66,295 worth of press coverage equivalent to advertising spend
    • Return on your investment £61,295
  • 4. Daily Mail
  • 5. Metro {London}
  • 6. At Home
  • 7. Bliss
  • 8. Daily Telegraph
  • 9. Yours
  • 10. Real Homes
  • 11. People
  • 12. Sainsburys Magazine
  • 13. House Beautiful
  • 14. readyforten.com
  • 15. allaboutyou.com
  • 16. cosmopolitan.co.uk
  • 17. Company.co.uk
  • 18. Could we improve product placement for Unwrapped?
    • If so how?
      • Improved descriptions of the bundle gifts or a dedicated category of bundle gifts
      • More high-resolution photographs of the gift cards
      • Captions and all press materials need to be completed by end of June, for magazines that go to press in July. (Good Housekeeping and Marie Claire)
  • 19. Placing feature articles in national newspapers
    • Unwrapped is an ethical brand which needs to be explained in detail to the consumer press
    • Placing in-depth feature articles could be achieved by creating and placing exclusive articles
      • Case study of how Unwrapped has changed the lives of those living in poverty
      • Comment from Oxfam Unwrapped team
      • Celebrity endorsement of individual Unwrapped gifts
        • Hugh Fearnely-Whittingstall – Go Fishing
        • Alys Fowler – Plant an Allotment
        • Matt Baker – Goats
  • 20. Oxfam Retail and Online Shop Christmas Product Placement 2010 Review and Results
  • 21. The technique
    • Kept to the schedule:
      • Captions and images ready by June
      • Target long leads: July
      • Weeklies: October
      • Dailies and Online media: December
    • Follow-up (persistent but polite)
    • Responding as quickly as possible
    • Good writing, product prices, availability and easy access to high resolution images
  • 22. The difference
    • We combined retail and online products to one product placement campaign
    • Kept to core themes green, recycled, fairtrade
    • Inserted a banner of thumbnail product images in the body of emails
    • Kept it simple by combining retail and online product portfolio
  • 23. Achievements
    • Coverage appeared in:
      • Daily Star
      • Stella (colour supplement Sunday Telegraph)
      • Sunday Telegraph
      • Homes and Gardens
      • The People
      • Yours
    • £33,461.00 press coverage equivalent to advertising spend
    • Return on investment £28,461.00
  • 24. The People {Take it Easy}
  • 25. Daily Star
  • 26. Sunday Telegraph {Life}
  • 27. Sunday Telegraph {Stella}
  • 28. Homes & Gardens
  • 29. Yours
  • 30. guardian.co.uk
  • 31. Learnings
    • By encouraging journalists to visit the Oxfam Online shop, this created interest in a far wider range of products:
      • Best – Wind-up MP4 Player
      • The Guardian – The Meerkat Encounter
      • Sunday Times ‘Style’ – Secondhand ‘brass effect’ figurine
    • Great media interest, unable to guarantee product supplies
  • 32. Christmas 2011
    • Ensure product is available to secure the coverage
    • Load all product pictures and prices onto Words and Pictures
    • Create themes in line with trends
    • Themes to be discussed, agreed and refined with shops team, buying teams, marketing and PR teams
    • Create thumbnails of product pictures according to themes