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    Tips And Tricks On How To Land A Job In Entertainment Marketing

    Posted by Chelsea Collins on March 30, 2018 at 2:17 PM

    How To Break Into This Industry

    At least once a day someone, whether it be a friend, client, family member, or an unsolicited email to our office, asks our team how we got such a cool gig. “You read scripts!?” “You get to go to TV sets!?” “How did you get tickets to that premiere!?”

    And let us tell you, even though it’s challenging, most of the time it’s every bit as fun as it looks. But, how did we get here? What steps can someone take to help further their own career in the entertainment marketing industry? In this blog, Hollywood Branded shares some tips and tricks on how to land a job in entertainment marketing for product placement, Hollywood event activations, social influencers and celebrity endorsement partnerships.

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    Topics: Social Influencers, Product Placement & Branded Content, Celebrity Initiative, Behind-The-Sign Of Hollywood

    The Most Memorable Super Bowl Ad And How Tide Won The Ad Game

    Posted by Jessica Moore on March 21, 2018 at 8:33 AM

    No Dirty Laundry Here, It Must Be A #TideAd

    Super Bowl, the time of year large social gatherings huddle around a television set donned in the same colors, boasting a cornucopia of chicken wings, food platters, and ever-flowing alcohol, all with the sole intention of observing their team claim ultimate victory... for some, it's to see the commercials. Yes, you heard me correctly. Commercials.

    Though, it must be emphasized these are not just ordinary commercials, these are Super Bowl commercials; a transcendent form of advertising if ever there has been. Over the years these coveted slots have seen their fair share of commercials from humor to political, heart warming and even tear-jerking (we're looking at you, Budweiser). However, this year one brand asked what it meant to be named a Super Bowl ad and found its answer: a Tide ad. In this blog, Hollywood Branded explores the most memorable ad of Super Bowl LII, and how Tide went from old and dingy to new and bright and found success through the celebrity endorsement campaign.  Wait, this is starting to sound like a Tide ad, maybe it is... 

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    Topics: Creative Content, Celebrity Initiative

    What The Top 10 DJ's Cost To Work An Event & Brands They Endorse

    Posted by Stacy Jones on March 19, 2018 at 2:33 PM

    Why Brands Should Consider DJ's

    When one thinks of celebrities, DJ’s are not typically on the top of most brand marketers tongues – unless the brand is a speaker or headphone manufacturer.  Yet brands should reconsider as DJ names are household names to many, and clubs hire them not only to spin music, but for the fact that they are their own club promoter in many senses, drawing giant crowds and attention to their event.  And how many of these have become so successful is based on their fan engagement through social media. 

    In fact, many DJs have become so big, they can make - or break, an event.  In this blog, Hollywood Branded looks at the highest paid DJ celebrities as listed by Forbes, how much the top 10 DJ's cost to work an event, their overall social media reach and who their brand partners have been.

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    Topics: Celebrity Initiative

    Celebrity Endorsements For Fast Food

    Posted by Stacy Jones on March 15, 2018 at 8:02 AM
    QSR And Their Love Of Celebrity Endorsements
    Major celebrity endorsements are typical for a small handful of brand categories. Why?  Because the celebrity just costs so much, and the brand needs to be running a pretty comprehensive media buy in order to make the millions of dollars invested in the celebrity, payoff across the millions invested in media purchased.
    Automotive, big name beverages, insurance companies and fast food companies are some of the biggest purveyors of celebrities for endorsement campaigns.  In this blog, Hollywood Branded looks at current fast food brand advertising campaigns who are using celebrity endorsements to capture the attention of viewers.

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    Topics: Celebrity Initiative

    Olympic Athletes Endorsement For Anti Milk PSA

    Posted by Stacy Jones on March 14, 2018 at 8:07 AM

    These Athletes Don't Want Dairy Milk

    In a new advertising campaign, vegan athletes across all types of sports have been brought together in a public service announcement TV :30 commercial and print campaign  to state they do not consume dairy.  Debuted during the Winter Olympics, the campaign is part of the "Switch4Good" movement which was created to respond to claims made by the dairy industry about the benefits of milk.

    Directed by Louie Psihoyos, who won an Oscar for Best Documentary with The Cove, the commercial brings together six former Olympic athletes who discuss why they have switched from dairy (and all meat products to a vegan lifestyle), the benefits of having done so, and the impact on their lives. In this blog, Hollywood Branded looks at the Olympic athlete endorsement campaign supporting SwitchForGood's anti-dairy public service announcements.

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    Topics: Celebrity Initiative

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