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Adding flavour to social media for Moirs

22 Mar 2014 10:39
Liquorice, one of South Africa's digital agencies, used a small budget, maximised by capitalising on tactical opportunities such as the Oscars and Argus Cycle Tour and putting a scrumptious twist on current trends with #BiscuitSelfies and #Dunknominations to promote Moir's biscuits.
Adding flavour to social media for Moirs
The company tasked the agency to amplify the successes achieved with its well-received television commercial into the digital space. The brand, in association with KitchenAid South Africa, took to the social sphere in a big way with the Moir's #BigBiscuit giveaway - one big prize each day for two weeks.

The campaign further tapped into the audience's love of biscuits and baking and even asked fans to share some #GingerLove.

The campaign resulted in an increase in reach and engagement for the brand (and prize partner KitchenAid South Africa), with over 4 million impressions and 6000 entries thus far, while recruiting new fans and cementing the loyalty of current fans. Follow the fun and flavour on the Facebook page www.facebook.com/MoirsSA or follow on #BigBiscuits.
    
 
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