What We Did
With lockdown in the UK having a huge impact on a whole range of businesses, thinking outside of the box when it comes to digital marketing was a must during those challenging times. For our men's grooming product brand, we knew that not being able to keep barber shops open during lockdown, meant that a much bigger focus on growing their global ecommerce activity was needed. We have always managed the brand's organic performance, but we knew there was scope here to see performance improve, even during what was essentially a really tough time for businesses like this. We adopted a multi-channel approach to aim for a continued improvement in their overall performance.
We decided on a multi-channel approach that incorporated paid social, as well as organic social and was fully owned by us. In order to target really specific audience groups, we also created several individual landing pages to sit on the website – this meant that we had a lot more control over the specific products that were being pushed to certain audience segments. We were granted creative control over both web and social assets throughout this campaign and being able to take the lead on a strategy in this way meant that we could bring all of our expert knowledge to the fore.
Transactions up 391% YOY
Revenue up 250% YOY
60% of transactions came from new customers
Lowest non-brand CPA in history of Murdock London’s paid social ads
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