October 17, 2018

Just For Men Launches Be The Better Man Campaign

What do you do if you’re the original men’s grooming brand and want to encourage men everywhere to be – and look – a little better? You step in front of the mirror and give yourself a makeover.

 

That’s what AMP Agency and Just For Men accomplished together with this week’s launch of the Be The Better Man brand platform and campaign.

 

 

For more than 30 years, Just For Men has been letting guys know it’s not only OK to care about their appearance, but to do something about it. And over the decades, Just For Men has been innovating and refining hair care solutions that make it easy for men to achieve the natural look that lets them feel their best. And as their portfolio has expanded to include beard care and hair regrowth (and more to come), it was time to reinforce the brand’s leadership role in the men’s grooming conversation it started in 1987.

 

Be The Better Man stems from the idea that it takes a good man to know he can always be a little better. The notion applies to both their daily grooming routine and the way they go about their lives. We are calling on guys everywhere to take the small steps needed to look their best—and do the little things that make the lives of those around them, well, better.

 

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The campaign launched on CBS NFL Game Day this past Sunday. With the broadcast buy comes a fully integrated brand push. It started with a re-imagined website, email and social channels and will continue with an omni-channel paid media campaign within outdoor and digital. We’ll be on TV screens and in locker rooms at the hottest gyms in our key markets. Digital will focus on partnering with the web’s leading experts on grooming (GQ), dating (Match), business travel (Conde Nast Traveller), and parenting (Fatherly) through custom content and ambassador/influencer programs to reinforce the message of being better in all aspects of life. We’ll ultimately push product via direct-to-consumer tactics within programmatic and social channels through efficient reach and continuous frequency in the Better Man messaging against our male audience.

 

Check out the following coverage to learn more about the campaign:

Ad Age

MarketWatch

Marketing Dive 

Marketing Communications News

 

January 12, 2017

Here's What Makes Disney The Most 'Intimate' Brand For Millennials

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If you want to see how much media factors into the lives of millennials, look no further than the latest Brand Intimacy Report. This year, 93-year-old Disney tops the list and rounding out the top five were media brands Amazon, Netflix, Apple and Nintendo. Disney resonates with this age group because they grew up with the brand and it has kept up with their changing interests - it now includes popular franchises like Star Wars and Marvel.

 

Ariana Grande isn’t the only millennial with a crush on Mickey.

January 12, 2017

Why the Executive Suite Must Be Involved in Brand Name Development

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Companies often under-value the power of a brand name. While they look at some brand names and say “Wow,” they don’t necessarily understand or appreciate the investment of time, strategic thinking, and creativity necessary to create these brand names. Every year hundreds of brand name projects are delegated to junior employees. But, when naming is driven by leadership, the results are exponentially higher because the CEO has the necessary oversight to see how and where to direct the product, service, or company.

 

Don’t pass the buck.

January 11, 2017

How the Beauty Industry Became a Leading Voice for Social Activism

Screen Shot 2017-01-11 at 9.55.59 AM.pngSephora isn’t the first retailer to recognize the value in identifying its larger purpose and become more involved in the community it caters to as a force for good. Activism has infiltrated brand campaigns from Dove, Cheerios, Pantene and Patagonia have attached their names to messages of body positivity, LGBT acceptance, female empowerment in the workplace and sustainability, respectively.

Countering brand apathy

January 9, 2017

J.Crew, Gap, Abercrombie & Fitch: The Trouble With America’s Most Beloved Mall Brands

Despite efforts to turn their businesses around, J.Crew, Gap and Abercrombie & Fitch have yet to dig out of quarter after quarter of negative sales slumps because too many factors — declining mall foot traffic, the threat of Amazon, lengthy supply chains and price-conscious shoppers — have converged, rendering the situation untenable. And time is running out.

A lack of compelling brand identity

January 9, 2017

SoulCycle, Casper and Drybar Execs Reveal The Secrets to Their Cult Brand’s Success

Leaders from three of the most dynamic emerging cult brands—spin-class exercise chain SoulCycle, salon startup Drybar, and mattress-business disrupter Casper —discuss how they think about their customers, their businesses, their competition, and their culture.

 

Inspiring passion

 

January 5, 2017

As Live Streaming Booms, More Brands Seek Camera-Ready Staff

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Brands have enthusiastically embraced live streaming — but not every brand comes camera-ready. Those looking to get started find themselves needing to beg, borrow or hire on-screen talent first. While some companies have tapped TV personalities to host their broadcasts, others are asking their employees to do it themselves – because audiences want to see real faces and build a connection with the people at a brand.

 

Lights, Camera, Action!

December 15, 2016

Happy Brands Will Always Win in 2017

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2016 has delivered a series of political and social curveballs and that’s why ads like John Lewis’ Buster the Boxer have been so warmly received. We’ve seen a distinct shift from the 'sadvertising' of 2015 to this year’s positive campaigns. Featuring a little girl and her pet dog, and following criticism that last year’s ad was too much of a tearjerker, the ad capitalizes on the happiness, comfort and fantasy that is traditionally associated with Christmas.

Spread the cheer.

December 13, 2016

Formerly Hot Brands Lose Relevance – Brand Relevance Index Update 2016

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Scott Davis, Partner and Chief Growth Officer at Prophet, speaks about what trends, changes, and challenges the latest Brand Relevance Index reveals– and which brands from a relevance standpoint are on top and which are not.

Technology takes the top.

December 12, 2016

The 10 Best Ads of 2016

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It's been an undeniably rough year, but at least we had some brilliant advertising along the way to inspire, amuse and delight us. Adweek's picks for the 10 best ads of 2016 are an extremely varied collection, from comedy to drama and everything in between. And they represent many of the year's cultural touch points.

The year's best work.

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