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    Product Placement Versus Brand Integration Explained

    Posted by Stacy Jones on January 21, 2019 at 10:14 AM

    There's A Common Misconception About Product Placement

    Believe it or not, though you may think that product placement and brand integration are interchangeable terms, there is a difference. A big difference when it comes to pricing, results on screen, and how your brand can actually market the partnership.  

    The word "Product Placement" has been used for decades, while "Brand Integration" came into being from media agencies who wanted to differentiate the practice and tie it to media buying.  But it's really not quite that simple... In this blog, Hollywood Branded looks at the two practices of product placement versus brand integration explained, side by side, to provide you with in-depth understanding.



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    Topics: Product Placement & Branded Content

    Animated Product Placement:  Audi And Spies In Disguise

    Posted by Chloe Wang on January 15, 2019 at 7:26 AM

    Is Self-Driven Car The Future Of Automobile?

    We've always seen product placements in films and television: when you see a character holding a MacBook Pro or a Coke bottle in the movie, those are product placements, whether or not Apple and Coca-Cola actively reached out to the production companies (they're so big that production companies usually place them organically.)

    However, Audi's breaking the news with its RSQ E-Tron autonomous car in the new Will Smith's animated film Spies In Disguise. In this blog post, Hollywood Branded discusses Audi's animated product placement in Spies In Disguise and shares some tips about product placements in animated films.



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    Topics: Strategic Partnerships, Product Placement & Branded Content

    Licensed Product Lines From Film & TV

    Posted by Stacy Jones on January 11, 2019 at 9:22 AM

    So Hip That Fans Are Knocking On Your Door For Purchase Opportunities

    Don’t you want to be the brand that broke the mold and done a little something extra to make yourself super cool, and highly purchasable? Going it alone isn’t necessarily so easy but partnering with another brand that already has that aura of cool is an opportunity that if leveraged right, leads to major success.  And that is what happens when brands create licensed lines around pop culture – specifically the brand partner being a feature film or TV show.

    For brands interested in leveraging the world of entertainment, partnering with a TV show or a feature film, at the very beginning, can lead to major brand wins. In this blog, Hollywood Branded looks at how some brands have leveraged pop culture to create licensed lines from TV shows or feature films, and how these new brand lines get massive consumer attention and have built in buyers from the get go.



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    Topics: Product Placement & Branded Content, Podcast Topic

    Branded Content, Product Placement And Mistakes To Avoid

    Posted by Greg Smith on January 9, 2019 at 10:00 AM

    Integrating Your Brand In Film & Television

    Branded content and product placement are perhaps two of the most crucial factors for an effective marketing campaign. We may be a little biased since they are two of our field of expertise, but we're not alone in this sentiment!

    From placements like Eggo waffles in Stranger Things to Reese's Pieces in ET, effective product placement creates an authentic awareness that relates to consumers unlike any other form of advertising. In this blog post, Hollywood Branded shares insights on branded content and product placement from one of our clients, FLIR Systems, Inc.'s Senior Manager of Strategic Communications, Vatche Arabian.



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    Topics: Podcast Topic, Product Placement & Branded Content, Strategic Partnerships

    How Entertainment Marketing Is Different Than Advertising... or PR

    Posted by Stacy Jones on January 7, 2019 at 10:30 AM

    The Difference And How It Affects Your Brand

    What we do as entertainment marketing specialists is deal expertly in the art of consumer suggestion - something which flows along the lines of both advertising and PR. But there are differences in these marketing practices.

    Marketing authority, speaker and cartoonist Tom Fishburne is quoted as saying, "The best marketing doesn't feel like marketing."  And THAT is what entertainment marketing does for a brand. When done right, it makes the brand feel organic to the content.  Which means it becomes more easy to relate to (and buy in to) with the very tuned-in and engaged viewers watching. In this blog, Hollywood Branded examines what sets entertainment marketing apart from advertising and PR and how brands can benefit massively from it.



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    Topics: Public Relations, Social Media Strategy, Product Placement & Branded Content

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