Mamas & Papas uses cross-channel marketing to convert every contact
For the first time in five years, Mamas & Papas was adding a new member to its award-winning pushchair family. The massive product launch needed to be communicated across all channels in a consistent cross-channel campaign. It needed to convey the quality and expertise parents expect from the brand while demonstrating its stylish yet practical design.
Mamas & Papas built a product launch email that was rich in content, portraying the quality of its new pushchair. It wanted its copy to be insightful and educational to strengthen its tagline: “no one gets parenting better”.
To ensure it didn’t miss any potential customers Mamas & Papas utilized Dotdigital’s social connector. This empowered the brand to build audiences based on contacts who had engaged with its launch email or had viewed the product online without converting. Those audiences were then targeted with personalized marketing on social media channels.
It used a similar technique to target unconverted contacts via paid search and retargeting ads using videos to engage customer during this cross-channel experience.
To ensure it didn’t miss any potential customers Mamas & Papas utilized Dotdigital’s social connector. This empowered the brand to build audiences based on contacts who had engaged with its launch email.
Mamas & Papas successfully managed to connect with potential customers across multiple touchpoints. By adopting this cross-channel approach, the brand was able to remind engaged customers about key product features and benefits, effectively nudging them closer towards conversion.
In the first four week following the product launch, email, social, and paid search accounted for 66% of views of the Strada product page. Over 170,000 visits could be directly attributed to its powerful and effective cross-channel campaign.
The promotion of Mamas and Papas successfully communicated the unique selling points of the Strada pushchair, which meant that it did not affect the sales of its other pushchairs. Overall, its first cross-channel product launch was a massive success.