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Vellington (formerly known as Wellington) has been overrun with vampires and the locals have welcomed them with open veins. The viral promotion for the upcoming Kiwi film “What We Do In The Shadows” is 100% envy worthy. It’s a textbook example of how viral marketing should be done. The vampire mocumentary was filmed in Wellington making it the perfect place to unleash some creative marketing.
The Wellington sign has had a fair amount of attention, the original plan to erect a “Wellywood” sign was met with negativity. Eventually a public vote lead to the choice of the current windswept Wellington sign. Now the sign has undergone another change – this time a blood red “V” has turned the sign into “Vellington”. A brilliant stunt that had the Twitterverse enthralled. @ is brilliantly amusing and a host of Wellington companies have gotten into the “sving” of things too.
Ve thought ve’d get into the sving of things with @DeliciousNecks
— Vgtn Film Society (@WgtnFilmSoc) June 12, 2014
Also worth a mention is the collaboration with Absolutely Positively Wellington (folks in charge of Wellington tourism marketing) to create the Vampires Guide to Vellington.
What Wo Do In The Shadows follows a flat of three vampires just trying to lead a normal life in Wellington. It look hilarious and I cant wait to see it (check out the trailer). Other activities have included a fan art competition to design the movie’s unofficial poster, a Delicious Necks beer created, a TradeMe account selling their ‘personal belongings’ and fake dating profiles on an online dating site.
A brilliantly co-ordinated campaign that no doubt took a lot of hard work behind the scenes. Well done to all involved!
Google Trends is an addictive tool that shows search trends over time. Searches are shown as a percentage using the most popular search date as 100% and all other dates/trends as a percentage of that. You see the popularity of a search term not how many people search it.
What Google Trends can show you:
- Search trends by location
- Search trends by genre
- Search trends by date
- Searches trends by site eg. Google images or YouTube
- Key news headlines related search spikes
- Top and related keywords searched
- A real time visualisation of searches