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Media Innovations and its Impact on Brand awareness &
Consideration
Amit Roy1
, Ranu Gupta2
1
Marketing Head – Patrika Group, Indore, India
2
Research Scholar, D.A.V.V Indore, India
Abstract : The constantly evolving world of marketing ensures each successful idea, concept or technique is
ephemeral in nature, what was relevant yesterday can no longer assure success tomorrow. The rapid
advancement of technology and fast pace of economic development resulted in a continuous change in the
buying patterns of the consumers. Customers became more aware & demanding. Whether it is related to
product designing, advertising or use of the product, companies which understands the changing needs of the
customers are succesful. Along with fulfilling the requirements of their customers it is equally important for the
companies to succesfully deliever their intentions to its customers. Thatswhy marketers are using the media
more skillfully to converse with their customers. In today’s world media and marketing go hand in hand. This
research sheds light on some succesful media innovations done by few famous companies and studies its impact
on consumer’s brand awareness & consideration. It also summarizes the role of media innovations in brand
image building process of these companies through case study research.
Keywords: Brand awareness, Brand consideration, Brand image, Consumer behavior, Media Innovation
I. Introduction
Media has always been an integral part of marketing. Cutthroat competition in the marketplace is
resulting in a diminishing product differentiation. To be unique in its approach and getting an edge over the
competitors the role of media cannot be undermined. Media propagates the ideas, concepts and information
helpful for the customers in taking the buying decision. To keep pace with their customer‟s changing demands
marketers are experimenting with the product‟s design, its functionality and even usability. But along-with that
it is equally important that any message related to the brand & product should reach to a large number of
customers and that too effectively. Here media plays a vital role. Trends shows that if this tool is used
innovatively & intelligently it could produce phenomenal results and huge impact on the target population. It
creates awareness about the brand and help the customers in recalling and recognizing the brand and the
product. Statistical evidences shows that media plays a significant role in the brand building process too.
According to Park et al. (1986), the construction and maintenance of the brand image is prerequisite to the brand
management [1]. A positive brand image is an asset for the company. Keller (1993), suggested that positive
brand image could be established by connecting the unique and strong brand association with consumers‟
memories about the brand through marketing campaigns [2]. Traditional advertising no longer clicks the
customers, as the shopping means and ways are changing. Consumers find internet referrals as more feasible
and attractive. To decode the changed consumer buying behavior and fulfill consumer expectations marketers
are looking towards new media marketing, which is at par with the rapid change.
1.1 Consumer behavior and Media Innovation
The basis of the traditional perspectives of consumer behavior is that consumer behavior is controlled
by forces which operate largely beyond the control of consumers themselves (Anderson 1983) [3]. Accordingly,
change is not something which consumers do for themselves, rather it is a result of something that is done to
them by some internal (e.g., trait) or external (environmental) force over which they have little or no control
(O‟Shaughnessy 1985) [4]. For example, the behavioural perspective suggests that consumer behaviour is
largely determined, or conditioned, by external environmental stimuli (Bagozzi 1975) [5]. With an
understanding of these perspectives of consumer behavior marketing campaigns with media innovations can be
initialized to win the customers.
1.2 Brand Awareness
According to Rossiter and Prey (1987), brand awareness precedes all other steps in the buying process
[6]. A brand attitude cannot be performed, unless a consumer is aware of the brand. In memory theory, brand
awareness is positioned as a vital first step in building the bundle of associations which are attached to the brand
in memory (Stokes, 1985) [7]. Use of innovative methods while marketing a product can result in better brand
awareness and recall at the time of purchase decisions.
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1.3 Brand Image
Creating and maintaining image of the brand is an important part of a firm's marketing program (Roth,
1995) [8] and branding strategy (Keller, 1993; Aaker, 1991) [9, 10]. The right brand image impacts the bottom
line on a number of levels. It provides guidance and direction to the entire organization. For the positive brand
image building it is very necessary that consumers have a strong awareness about the brand and they consider
the brand while taking their purchase decisions. Understanding the varied importance of brand image building,
companies are using innovative methods to enhance their brand image in the market place. There are many
companies which work tirelessly to innovate, to offer something new & better to their customers. This study
reviews the case study of few such companies and helps in understanding the impact of such media innovations
on the brand awareness, consideration and thereby the brand image. Earlier studies on brand image did not took
in consideration the role of media innovation. This study tries to fill this gap and thereby highlighting the
importance of media innovation in the brand image building process.
II. Research Methodology
This study is a descriptive and conceptual research. In this study secondary data is collected through
case studies to gain information about the innovations done by some famous companies. And thereby
understanding their innovative techniques and how their brand image got a boost through the process.
III. Objectives
a) To study the innovative approaches used by various companies to market their product.
b) To study the impact of media innovations on brand awareness and consideration.
c) To study the importance of media innovation in the ever changing marketing world.
IV. Analysis & Interpretation
Companies which wants to sustain not only for years but for decades always tries to innovate their
products, services, promotion ways and sometimes distribution too. Most of the companies use the traditional
visual appeal to advertise their products but now the trend is changing and marketers are also using sound, smell
& touch feel to make such advertisements which involves their customers more. Here we are discussing the
examples of some companies which used different media innovations to attract their customers and broke the
clutter.
4.1 Volkswagen
One of the companies which thought out of the box and came up with a unique way of launching its
product is Volkswagen. In 2010 company came up with a campaign named „world‟s first talking newspaper
with Volkswagen Vento‟ to launch its entry level sedan “Vento”. Companies idea was to converse with their
customers directly about the new product with a widespread and effective media i.e. newspaper. Company has
pasted a voice recorded device on two famous English daily newspaper in few major cities across the India and
surprised its customers when they opened the paper in the morning. The ad shows a Volkswagen engineer
crying looking at a finished Vento and the audio says, “The best in class German engineering is here. The new
Volkswagen Vento. Built with great care and highly innovative features. Perhaps that‟s why it breaks the hearts
of our engineers to watch it drive away. The new Volkswagen Vento crafted with so much passion it‟s hard to
let it go”. Soon this ad became the talk of the town. Through this ad company wants to connect emotionally with
its customers as per the statements given by the company executives. But nobody can ignore the fact that with
this idea company was successful in creating a buzz among its customers.
4.1.1 The cart off
In the highly competitive automobile market Volkwagen definitely came in the eyes of its target
customers with its one day talking newspaper campaign. It is not necessary that customers will buy the product
just because of an ad but the company definitely made its brand aware to its target customers and that too very
effectively. According to Dodds, Monroe and Grewal (1991) higher level of brand awareness can influence the
purchase decision of the consumers [11]. Macdonald and Sharp (2000) suggested that despite consumers are
familiar and willing to buy the product, another factor that still influences the purchase decision is brand
awareness[12]. Brand awareness creates a great association in memory about a particular brand (Stokes, 1985)
[13]. Creating a strong brand image in the consumer‟s mind depends on create an optimistic brand assessment,
reachable brand approach, and a reliable brand representation (Farquhar, 1989) [14]. Taking in consideration the
ideas of researchers, the significance of brand awareness is understood. Through this media innovation
Volkswagen is definitely able to made consumers aware of its new automobile very well. And if only the
consumers are aware of a company‟s brand they will keep it into their consideration set. Baker W,J, &
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Nedungadi (1986) opined that there must be a consideration of brand while making a decision to purchase a
product or service, if there is nothing to be considered the probability is that there is nothing to be chosen.[15]
4.2 Coca Cola
Another company which is a master of media innovation is Coca cola. Coca cola often initiates some
cool ideas to refresh its image for its customers. Though the customers are very much aware of the coca cola
brand, company wants to emotionally reconnect with its customers and strengthen this relationship. To associate
its customers with its global campaign „Open Happiness‟ which was launched in 2009 company came up with
the idea of a new innovative campaign named „Small world machines‟ in 2013, which was a marketing
innovation of coke that tried to spread peace and harmony between citizens of two companies that are India &
Pakistan. The “Small World Machines” was actually a vending machine which was placed in two famous malls
of Delhi & Lahore. Coke used a 3D touchscreen technology with a webcam and a large touch screen monitor.
Through this people from both the countries can engage in some simple tasks like wave, touch hands, dance and
likewise and can offer each other a free coca cola. According to the company‟s statement the idea behind it is to
spread happiness through this simple yet effective initiative. Customers were definitely moved by their favourite
company‟s efforts to build relationships.
4.2.1 The cart off
For the new companies and products, to create brand awareness is a crucial step to initialize the buying
process for the customers. But for the companies like Coca cola which has already established itself in the
market need to take a step further in brand awareness programme and i.e. the maintaining of brand awareness,
letting its customers feel its constant presence in the market. And this job is done very well by initializing many
such campaigns like „Small world machines‟. This may be the one reason for Coca cola‟s success that, its
customers associate themselves with the company very well. Stokes (1985) found that for a low involvement
product familiarity had a greater magnitude of effect on the quality perception of a brand than either price or
packaging. And further, that familiarity had a significant effect on purchase intention whereas price and package
design did not [16]. Wilson (1981) & Woodside & Wilson (1985) confirmed the importance of top-of-mind
awareness in a study which found that the higher the position of the brand in the consumer's mind measured by
unaided recall, the higher the purchase intention and the higher the relative purchase of the brand. And Coca
cola is successful in building top of mind awareness with such media innovations [17, 18]. This company is also
brilliant in fulfilling its corporate social responsibilities.
4.3 Unilever
The next company which we are discussing here is Unilever‟s Lifebuoy brand. In 2013 company came
up with a unique and cost effective idea to market its soap brand Lifebuoy. Kumbh mela is one of the largest
gathering of people in the world. Unilever has decided to market its brand lifebuoy at the restaurants & food
joints near the mela site in Allahabad. They had coordinated with about 100 food joints near the mela site and
started a „Roti campaign‟. The company‟s idea is to educate and remind people about the importance of
handwashing before a meal. For this campaign company had created a special heat stamp with the word
“Lifebuoy se haath dhoya kya” which means did you washed your hands with lifebuoy? Every first roti of a
food order is heat stamped with these words to remind people of washing their hands just before the meal.
About 2.5 billion such heat stamped rotis were prepared and eaten during a month long campaign during the
Kumbh mela at Allahabad. Company also appointed about 100 promoters and kept lifebuoy hand wash in the
toilets of these food joints. Through this campaign Lifebuoy brand got a good exposure at cost effective rate.
The idea was to promote itself as a company that encourages good hand wash habits. This campaign was able to
touch more than 2.5 billion customers. As per one estimate the brand received sales of 40 dollars for every one
dollar spent in the campaign.
Kumbh mela also saw brilliant brand placement by Vodafone. Vodafone used earmuffs to make their
presence felt. Kumbh being organised in the month of February the very cold climate saw the temperature as
low as 4 degrees and an earmuff was a real need at the mela. Vodafone supplied earmuff with speakers which
played devotional music on the press of a button. The idea was to popularize its value added services one of
them being music offerings, and reach to a large target audience. In sync with the devotional mood of the
festival earmuffs got a fantastic response. This was a brilliant way of utilizing the essential product for brand
placement and popularizing a new tool.
4.3.1 The cart off
Brand awareness is very important because if there will be no brand awareness no communication and
no transaction will occur (Percy, 1987) [19]. The Unilever‟s initiative to promote the lifebuoy brands at such a
platform where it get exposed to a billion customers is noteworthy and that too in a very cost effective manner.
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Such campaigns gives the much needed exposure to the brand and helps in enhancing the brand awareness.
Along with it company enables to build its image by highlighting the product benefit successfully. According to
Keller (1993), positive brand image could be established by connecting the unique and strong brand association
with consumers‟ memories about the brand through marketing campaigns [20]. Unilever through this marketing
campaign made an effort to connect with its customers with a unique message. On the other hand Vodafone
made its presence felt by taping the need of the customers and made its brand aware to its target customers.
4.4 Fevicol
One of the most iconic brands of all time Fevicol used the Fevicol “Free store” campaign to
communicate the product advantage in a very strong way. For more than last 2 decades Fevicol has become a
genric name in adhesive segment. Company always used Print and TV media to communicate the product
benefits to its customers. Challenged with this scenario brand and the team behind it, decided to break the clutter
by making people experience the Fevicol's claim that its bonds are really unbreakable. Fevicol had set a “free
store” where everything is free. But all the items in this free store were pasted by Fevicol. The dilemma was
multi fold here as task was to made breaking the bond look achievable, but at the same time to take care of the
public shame when people are not able to break the bond. The plan was implemented at mall in Mumbai and the
campaign met with a resounding success. Attracted by the fancy items like artistic wooden bowls, decorative
clocks and other items hordes of enthusiast shoppers tried to pick up the „free‟ items - but every effort was
useless as everything was glued down by Fevicol.
This campaign helped the customers to experience themselves the benefits of Fevicol in a real life
situation and that too in a humorous way. The customers loved this innovation by Fevicol and enjoyed the
campaign to its fullest. The video of this campaign was put up on YouTube and it attracted a large number of
viewers. The strength of the campaign can be gauged by the fact that in twenty four hours the video of this
campaign has become one of YouTube India‟s top trending videos. It had created the much expected media
hype and with a very low investment of INR 1 lakh Fevicol got a tremendous publicity.
4.4.1 The cart off
Fevicol involved its customers through a fun activity and also communicated the product benefit in a
very simplistic yet effective manner. Although Fevicol always come up with interesting advertising messages
for its customers but the idea of involving the customers and giving them a chance to experience the product
benefit themselves is an admirable concept. This campaign helped customers to be more familiar with the brand.
According to Kamins & Marks (1991) consumers will have a higher purchase intention with a familiar brand
[21]. Alba and Hutchinson defined brand familiarity as the number of brand-related experiences that a consumer
has built up [22]. Researches had already proved that customers are more likely to choose the brand they are
familiar with. Rather than just listening or watching about a brand, to experience it, will definitely made a
greater impact on consumers. Fransen and Lodder (2010) have empirically examined the effects of experience
marketing communication tools on consumer responses, and identified a positive influence on brand attitude and
brand relation [23].
V. Conclusion
In today‟s world, consumers have lots of choices to take their buying decision. Whether we talk about
FMCG (Fast moving consumer goods) durables or automobile industry. Every day the market is flooded with
new products in every category. Companies are using latest features, technology and new marketing ways to
make their product stand out of the brand herd. Though companies are giving due importance to the product
features and technology sometimes they are unable to communicate these features and benefits of their product
and brand to their target customers. Many times the product quality and features are at par with the customer‟s
demand but the inefficient marketing of the product fails to make a place in the customer‟s consideration set.
This research highlighted the significance of media innovations and the importance of effective communication
of the brand message to the target customers. The study of different marketing campaigns helped to understand
that always the traditional ways of marketing do not work. It also focuses on the significance of developing the
brand awareness among consumers as well as the maintenance of brand awareness through innovative ways. To
differentiate its brand, companies need to come up with effective methods to reach their target customers.
Highlighting the product features is not always enough but sometimes the emotional connect is necessary.
Sometimes the customers are not aware of the product benefits and its usage. Marketing campaigns helps in
enhancing this awareness. And to a step further, like Lifebuoy along with promoting the usage of soap & its
benefits in different marketing campaigns also stresses on its usage frequency with the message of washing
hands with lifebuoy five times a day.
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Through the study of famous media innovations it can be concluded that one of the reasons of success of a
marketing campaign is its ability to involve its customers. The coca cola company which already enjoys customer loyalty
always do innovative campaigns to engage its customers with the company‟s brand image. Whereas Lifebuoy is working
hard on its campaigns to bring a behavioural change in the customers by promoting hygienic habits and has also associated
these campaigns with social welfare. Thus adding value to its brand image. But the other factors should also be taken in
consideration like in case of a high involvement product or low involvement product, strategy could differ because of the
difference in time and efforts taken by the consumer to take the buying decision. The life cycle stage of the product should
also be taken in consideration to make the campaign effective. Other aspects like who are the target customers, where the
campaign should be done, for effective reach, as well as the cost involved with it should be considered. Choice of media is
equally important. Innovative strategies can sometimes fail to produce desired results but they are necessary, therefore to
avoid losses marketers should manage the risk effectively. To create a strong brand image it is very necessary that
customers should be very much aware and familiar with the brand and its values. Aaker and Keller (1990) mentioned that a
brand with high awareness and good image can promote brand loyalty to consumers, and the higher the brand awareness is,
the higher brand trust and purchase intention are to consumers [24]. These findings suggests that brand awareness is an asset
to the brand image of a company. As consumers become very adaptive to the traditional marketing ways, innovative media
campaigns can be the revitalizing tool for the brands.
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  • 1. IOSR Journal of Business and Management (IOSR-JBM) e-ISSN: 2278-487X, p-ISSN: 2319-7668. Volume 17, Issue 11 .Ver. II (Nov. 2015), PP 132-136 www.iosrjournals.org DOI: 10.9790/487X-17122132136 www.iosrjournals.org 132 | Page Media Innovations and its Impact on Brand awareness & Consideration Amit Roy1 , Ranu Gupta2 1 Marketing Head – Patrika Group, Indore, India 2 Research Scholar, D.A.V.V Indore, India Abstract : The constantly evolving world of marketing ensures each successful idea, concept or technique is ephemeral in nature, what was relevant yesterday can no longer assure success tomorrow. The rapid advancement of technology and fast pace of economic development resulted in a continuous change in the buying patterns of the consumers. Customers became more aware & demanding. Whether it is related to product designing, advertising or use of the product, companies which understands the changing needs of the customers are succesful. Along with fulfilling the requirements of their customers it is equally important for the companies to succesfully deliever their intentions to its customers. Thatswhy marketers are using the media more skillfully to converse with their customers. In today’s world media and marketing go hand in hand. This research sheds light on some succesful media innovations done by few famous companies and studies its impact on consumer’s brand awareness & consideration. It also summarizes the role of media innovations in brand image building process of these companies through case study research. Keywords: Brand awareness, Brand consideration, Brand image, Consumer behavior, Media Innovation I. Introduction Media has always been an integral part of marketing. Cutthroat competition in the marketplace is resulting in a diminishing product differentiation. To be unique in its approach and getting an edge over the competitors the role of media cannot be undermined. Media propagates the ideas, concepts and information helpful for the customers in taking the buying decision. To keep pace with their customer‟s changing demands marketers are experimenting with the product‟s design, its functionality and even usability. But along-with that it is equally important that any message related to the brand & product should reach to a large number of customers and that too effectively. Here media plays a vital role. Trends shows that if this tool is used innovatively & intelligently it could produce phenomenal results and huge impact on the target population. It creates awareness about the brand and help the customers in recalling and recognizing the brand and the product. Statistical evidences shows that media plays a significant role in the brand building process too. According to Park et al. (1986), the construction and maintenance of the brand image is prerequisite to the brand management [1]. A positive brand image is an asset for the company. Keller (1993), suggested that positive brand image could be established by connecting the unique and strong brand association with consumers‟ memories about the brand through marketing campaigns [2]. Traditional advertising no longer clicks the customers, as the shopping means and ways are changing. Consumers find internet referrals as more feasible and attractive. To decode the changed consumer buying behavior and fulfill consumer expectations marketers are looking towards new media marketing, which is at par with the rapid change. 1.1 Consumer behavior and Media Innovation The basis of the traditional perspectives of consumer behavior is that consumer behavior is controlled by forces which operate largely beyond the control of consumers themselves (Anderson 1983) [3]. Accordingly, change is not something which consumers do for themselves, rather it is a result of something that is done to them by some internal (e.g., trait) or external (environmental) force over which they have little or no control (O‟Shaughnessy 1985) [4]. For example, the behavioural perspective suggests that consumer behaviour is largely determined, or conditioned, by external environmental stimuli (Bagozzi 1975) [5]. With an understanding of these perspectives of consumer behavior marketing campaigns with media innovations can be initialized to win the customers. 1.2 Brand Awareness According to Rossiter and Prey (1987), brand awareness precedes all other steps in the buying process [6]. A brand attitude cannot be performed, unless a consumer is aware of the brand. In memory theory, brand awareness is positioned as a vital first step in building the bundle of associations which are attached to the brand in memory (Stokes, 1985) [7]. Use of innovative methods while marketing a product can result in better brand awareness and recall at the time of purchase decisions.
  • 2. Media Innovations and its Impact on Brand awareness & Consideration DOI: 10.9790/487X-17122132136 www.iosrjournals.org 133 | Page 1.3 Brand Image Creating and maintaining image of the brand is an important part of a firm's marketing program (Roth, 1995) [8] and branding strategy (Keller, 1993; Aaker, 1991) [9, 10]. The right brand image impacts the bottom line on a number of levels. It provides guidance and direction to the entire organization. For the positive brand image building it is very necessary that consumers have a strong awareness about the brand and they consider the brand while taking their purchase decisions. Understanding the varied importance of brand image building, companies are using innovative methods to enhance their brand image in the market place. There are many companies which work tirelessly to innovate, to offer something new & better to their customers. This study reviews the case study of few such companies and helps in understanding the impact of such media innovations on the brand awareness, consideration and thereby the brand image. Earlier studies on brand image did not took in consideration the role of media innovation. This study tries to fill this gap and thereby highlighting the importance of media innovation in the brand image building process. II. Research Methodology This study is a descriptive and conceptual research. In this study secondary data is collected through case studies to gain information about the innovations done by some famous companies. And thereby understanding their innovative techniques and how their brand image got a boost through the process. III. Objectives a) To study the innovative approaches used by various companies to market their product. b) To study the impact of media innovations on brand awareness and consideration. c) To study the importance of media innovation in the ever changing marketing world. IV. Analysis & Interpretation Companies which wants to sustain not only for years but for decades always tries to innovate their products, services, promotion ways and sometimes distribution too. Most of the companies use the traditional visual appeal to advertise their products but now the trend is changing and marketers are also using sound, smell & touch feel to make such advertisements which involves their customers more. Here we are discussing the examples of some companies which used different media innovations to attract their customers and broke the clutter. 4.1 Volkswagen One of the companies which thought out of the box and came up with a unique way of launching its product is Volkswagen. In 2010 company came up with a campaign named „world‟s first talking newspaper with Volkswagen Vento‟ to launch its entry level sedan “Vento”. Companies idea was to converse with their customers directly about the new product with a widespread and effective media i.e. newspaper. Company has pasted a voice recorded device on two famous English daily newspaper in few major cities across the India and surprised its customers when they opened the paper in the morning. The ad shows a Volkswagen engineer crying looking at a finished Vento and the audio says, “The best in class German engineering is here. The new Volkswagen Vento. Built with great care and highly innovative features. Perhaps that‟s why it breaks the hearts of our engineers to watch it drive away. The new Volkswagen Vento crafted with so much passion it‟s hard to let it go”. Soon this ad became the talk of the town. Through this ad company wants to connect emotionally with its customers as per the statements given by the company executives. But nobody can ignore the fact that with this idea company was successful in creating a buzz among its customers. 4.1.1 The cart off In the highly competitive automobile market Volkwagen definitely came in the eyes of its target customers with its one day talking newspaper campaign. It is not necessary that customers will buy the product just because of an ad but the company definitely made its brand aware to its target customers and that too very effectively. According to Dodds, Monroe and Grewal (1991) higher level of brand awareness can influence the purchase decision of the consumers [11]. Macdonald and Sharp (2000) suggested that despite consumers are familiar and willing to buy the product, another factor that still influences the purchase decision is brand awareness[12]. Brand awareness creates a great association in memory about a particular brand (Stokes, 1985) [13]. Creating a strong brand image in the consumer‟s mind depends on create an optimistic brand assessment, reachable brand approach, and a reliable brand representation (Farquhar, 1989) [14]. Taking in consideration the ideas of researchers, the significance of brand awareness is understood. Through this media innovation Volkswagen is definitely able to made consumers aware of its new automobile very well. And if only the consumers are aware of a company‟s brand they will keep it into their consideration set. Baker W,J, &
  • 3. Media Innovations and its Impact on Brand awareness & Consideration DOI: 10.9790/487X-17122132136 www.iosrjournals.org 134 | Page Nedungadi (1986) opined that there must be a consideration of brand while making a decision to purchase a product or service, if there is nothing to be considered the probability is that there is nothing to be chosen.[15] 4.2 Coca Cola Another company which is a master of media innovation is Coca cola. Coca cola often initiates some cool ideas to refresh its image for its customers. Though the customers are very much aware of the coca cola brand, company wants to emotionally reconnect with its customers and strengthen this relationship. To associate its customers with its global campaign „Open Happiness‟ which was launched in 2009 company came up with the idea of a new innovative campaign named „Small world machines‟ in 2013, which was a marketing innovation of coke that tried to spread peace and harmony between citizens of two companies that are India & Pakistan. The “Small World Machines” was actually a vending machine which was placed in two famous malls of Delhi & Lahore. Coke used a 3D touchscreen technology with a webcam and a large touch screen monitor. Through this people from both the countries can engage in some simple tasks like wave, touch hands, dance and likewise and can offer each other a free coca cola. According to the company‟s statement the idea behind it is to spread happiness through this simple yet effective initiative. Customers were definitely moved by their favourite company‟s efforts to build relationships. 4.2.1 The cart off For the new companies and products, to create brand awareness is a crucial step to initialize the buying process for the customers. But for the companies like Coca cola which has already established itself in the market need to take a step further in brand awareness programme and i.e. the maintaining of brand awareness, letting its customers feel its constant presence in the market. And this job is done very well by initializing many such campaigns like „Small world machines‟. This may be the one reason for Coca cola‟s success that, its customers associate themselves with the company very well. Stokes (1985) found that for a low involvement product familiarity had a greater magnitude of effect on the quality perception of a brand than either price or packaging. And further, that familiarity had a significant effect on purchase intention whereas price and package design did not [16]. Wilson (1981) & Woodside & Wilson (1985) confirmed the importance of top-of-mind awareness in a study which found that the higher the position of the brand in the consumer's mind measured by unaided recall, the higher the purchase intention and the higher the relative purchase of the brand. And Coca cola is successful in building top of mind awareness with such media innovations [17, 18]. This company is also brilliant in fulfilling its corporate social responsibilities. 4.3 Unilever The next company which we are discussing here is Unilever‟s Lifebuoy brand. In 2013 company came up with a unique and cost effective idea to market its soap brand Lifebuoy. Kumbh mela is one of the largest gathering of people in the world. Unilever has decided to market its brand lifebuoy at the restaurants & food joints near the mela site in Allahabad. They had coordinated with about 100 food joints near the mela site and started a „Roti campaign‟. The company‟s idea is to educate and remind people about the importance of handwashing before a meal. For this campaign company had created a special heat stamp with the word “Lifebuoy se haath dhoya kya” which means did you washed your hands with lifebuoy? Every first roti of a food order is heat stamped with these words to remind people of washing their hands just before the meal. About 2.5 billion such heat stamped rotis were prepared and eaten during a month long campaign during the Kumbh mela at Allahabad. Company also appointed about 100 promoters and kept lifebuoy hand wash in the toilets of these food joints. Through this campaign Lifebuoy brand got a good exposure at cost effective rate. The idea was to promote itself as a company that encourages good hand wash habits. This campaign was able to touch more than 2.5 billion customers. As per one estimate the brand received sales of 40 dollars for every one dollar spent in the campaign. Kumbh mela also saw brilliant brand placement by Vodafone. Vodafone used earmuffs to make their presence felt. Kumbh being organised in the month of February the very cold climate saw the temperature as low as 4 degrees and an earmuff was a real need at the mela. Vodafone supplied earmuff with speakers which played devotional music on the press of a button. The idea was to popularize its value added services one of them being music offerings, and reach to a large target audience. In sync with the devotional mood of the festival earmuffs got a fantastic response. This was a brilliant way of utilizing the essential product for brand placement and popularizing a new tool. 4.3.1 The cart off Brand awareness is very important because if there will be no brand awareness no communication and no transaction will occur (Percy, 1987) [19]. The Unilever‟s initiative to promote the lifebuoy brands at such a platform where it get exposed to a billion customers is noteworthy and that too in a very cost effective manner.
  • 4. Media Innovations and its Impact on Brand awareness & Consideration DOI: 10.9790/487X-17122132136 www.iosrjournals.org 135 | Page Such campaigns gives the much needed exposure to the brand and helps in enhancing the brand awareness. Along with it company enables to build its image by highlighting the product benefit successfully. According to Keller (1993), positive brand image could be established by connecting the unique and strong brand association with consumers‟ memories about the brand through marketing campaigns [20]. Unilever through this marketing campaign made an effort to connect with its customers with a unique message. On the other hand Vodafone made its presence felt by taping the need of the customers and made its brand aware to its target customers. 4.4 Fevicol One of the most iconic brands of all time Fevicol used the Fevicol “Free store” campaign to communicate the product advantage in a very strong way. For more than last 2 decades Fevicol has become a genric name in adhesive segment. Company always used Print and TV media to communicate the product benefits to its customers. Challenged with this scenario brand and the team behind it, decided to break the clutter by making people experience the Fevicol's claim that its bonds are really unbreakable. Fevicol had set a “free store” where everything is free. But all the items in this free store were pasted by Fevicol. The dilemma was multi fold here as task was to made breaking the bond look achievable, but at the same time to take care of the public shame when people are not able to break the bond. The plan was implemented at mall in Mumbai and the campaign met with a resounding success. Attracted by the fancy items like artistic wooden bowls, decorative clocks and other items hordes of enthusiast shoppers tried to pick up the „free‟ items - but every effort was useless as everything was glued down by Fevicol. This campaign helped the customers to experience themselves the benefits of Fevicol in a real life situation and that too in a humorous way. The customers loved this innovation by Fevicol and enjoyed the campaign to its fullest. The video of this campaign was put up on YouTube and it attracted a large number of viewers. The strength of the campaign can be gauged by the fact that in twenty four hours the video of this campaign has become one of YouTube India‟s top trending videos. It had created the much expected media hype and with a very low investment of INR 1 lakh Fevicol got a tremendous publicity. 4.4.1 The cart off Fevicol involved its customers through a fun activity and also communicated the product benefit in a very simplistic yet effective manner. Although Fevicol always come up with interesting advertising messages for its customers but the idea of involving the customers and giving them a chance to experience the product benefit themselves is an admirable concept. This campaign helped customers to be more familiar with the brand. According to Kamins & Marks (1991) consumers will have a higher purchase intention with a familiar brand [21]. Alba and Hutchinson defined brand familiarity as the number of brand-related experiences that a consumer has built up [22]. Researches had already proved that customers are more likely to choose the brand they are familiar with. Rather than just listening or watching about a brand, to experience it, will definitely made a greater impact on consumers. Fransen and Lodder (2010) have empirically examined the effects of experience marketing communication tools on consumer responses, and identified a positive influence on brand attitude and brand relation [23]. V. Conclusion In today‟s world, consumers have lots of choices to take their buying decision. Whether we talk about FMCG (Fast moving consumer goods) durables or automobile industry. Every day the market is flooded with new products in every category. Companies are using latest features, technology and new marketing ways to make their product stand out of the brand herd. Though companies are giving due importance to the product features and technology sometimes they are unable to communicate these features and benefits of their product and brand to their target customers. Many times the product quality and features are at par with the customer‟s demand but the inefficient marketing of the product fails to make a place in the customer‟s consideration set. This research highlighted the significance of media innovations and the importance of effective communication of the brand message to the target customers. The study of different marketing campaigns helped to understand that always the traditional ways of marketing do not work. It also focuses on the significance of developing the brand awareness among consumers as well as the maintenance of brand awareness through innovative ways. To differentiate its brand, companies need to come up with effective methods to reach their target customers. Highlighting the product features is not always enough but sometimes the emotional connect is necessary. Sometimes the customers are not aware of the product benefits and its usage. Marketing campaigns helps in enhancing this awareness. And to a step further, like Lifebuoy along with promoting the usage of soap & its benefits in different marketing campaigns also stresses on its usage frequency with the message of washing hands with lifebuoy five times a day.
  • 5. Media Innovations and its Impact on Brand awareness & Consideration DOI: 10.9790/487X-17122132136 www.iosrjournals.org 136 | Page Through the study of famous media innovations it can be concluded that one of the reasons of success of a marketing campaign is its ability to involve its customers. The coca cola company which already enjoys customer loyalty always do innovative campaigns to engage its customers with the company‟s brand image. Whereas Lifebuoy is working hard on its campaigns to bring a behavioural change in the customers by promoting hygienic habits and has also associated these campaigns with social welfare. Thus adding value to its brand image. But the other factors should also be taken in consideration like in case of a high involvement product or low involvement product, strategy could differ because of the difference in time and efforts taken by the consumer to take the buying decision. The life cycle stage of the product should also be taken in consideration to make the campaign effective. Other aspects like who are the target customers, where the campaign should be done, for effective reach, as well as the cost involved with it should be considered. Choice of media is equally important. Innovative strategies can sometimes fail to produce desired results but they are necessary, therefore to avoid losses marketers should manage the risk effectively. To create a strong brand image it is very necessary that customers should be very much aware and familiar with the brand and its values. Aaker and Keller (1990) mentioned that a brand with high awareness and good image can promote brand loyalty to consumers, and the higher the brand awareness is, the higher brand trust and purchase intention are to consumers [24]. These findings suggests that brand awareness is an asset to the brand image of a company. 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