We worked with 3M to sponsor a video by comedian and prankster Jack Vale to highlight how quickly and easily visual hacking can occur.
Earlier this year KC partnered with 3M Display Materials and Systems Division to create a brand video and a cohesive content campaign to drive traffic to 3MScreens.com and increase sales of 3M™ Privacy Filters.
Through a combination of owned and third party content as well as engagement, KC created a unified look and message directed at C-Suite and IT audiences across all social media channels. Pictures and stat graphics illustrate the threat of visual hacking, and relevant hashtags such as #visualhacking and #privacymatters create organic conversations while driving the audience toward a 3M solution.
The brand video raises awareness of visual hacking in a fun, engaging way, and the social media response exceeded expectations. While the average click-through-rate (CTR) is .08%, our 15-second video had a CTR of 2.22% on Twitter. The videos garnered over a million impressions as a result of paid efforts, and the 60-second ad had an above average engagement rate of 23.29%.
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