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Atanu Sarkar
January 1, 2015

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  • Low cost technologies, globalization & saturated markets are making services & products interchangeable & hardly distinguishable. To win the marketplace brands must target customer’s emotional quotients & not only depend upon the face value of branding.
    About 75% of Americans admit that they purchase articles or conduct market researches while in their washrooms. Thus we can comprehend how much emotional content is attached while a customer is dealing in purchase or sale.
    Emotions help us to select between good & bad. Our emotions guide us to sail through a sea of articles, noise of advertisement & unlimited options for the same product category.
    Experiment to prove the importance of emotions to influence the decision making power of customers.
    Neuroscientist Dr. Antonio Damasio conducted an experiment with people who had suffered brain injuries, ultimately hampering their emotional systems. As they lacked their emotional senses they could not properly decide on what to eat, where to live or which products they need.
    Practical examples of emotional branding
    Some marketing campaigns targeted the emotional quotient of customers & succeeded with flying colours. Here we are enlisting a few specimens of such campaigns.
  • Westjet airline’s Santa campaign
    The Canadian airlines hit customers’ emotions with the Santa Clause distributing gifts to around 250 unaware passengers. Around 800,000 views were expected by the company but it got over 35 million views.

Heart warming story of a stammering stand-up comedian from India in the Nescafe ad. There is a thin line between generating empathy for the speech impaired people and mocking them. This Nescafe ad wonderfully portrayed the trials & tribulations of a stammering stand-up comedian. This ‘stutter ad’ had crossed 2.7 million views on the YouTube.

Usually we install surveillance cameras to catch burglaries or other criminal activities but the soft drinks major Coca Cola had used it differently. The hidden surveillance camera was used to capture acts of kindness, acts of heroism by common people, funny acts by some people, people sneaking kisses etc. The song “Give a little bit” is played during the SuperBowl in the year 2013. The commercial was an instant hit with the audience.

Creation of emotional connection
Story telling is a wonderful way to communicate your message. It is an amazing way to convey your messages, getting attentions of your customers ultimately compelling them to buy your products. One of the most fascinating results of this method is the example of The Lego Movie created by Warner Brothers in the early months of the year 2014. This toy maker brand used its articles as the stars for its advertisement campaign. This particular ad gathered around $200 million revenue for the company.
In our opinion the developers, designers, marketers & copyrighters should take a leaf from the movie directors. Nowadays products are scripted into reel life roles in the movies. Take for example the volleyball named Wilson (named after the brand) which played the role of the sole companion to Tom Hanks getting stuck on a deserted island for long 4 years in the movie Cast Away. The scene where Wilson was swept away into the ocean, gradually fading in the horizon- melancholic background music ensued & it brought about tears in the eyes of many spectators. No doubt it has helped increasing the brand awareness of Wilson volleyball.
How to make a brand emotional?

Creation of connection between customers & brands is not an easy task. Take for example the marketing campaign created by US marketing agency JB Chicago for its Pizza manufacturing client Vitalicious. The vita pizzas consist of lower calories & are healthier than other brands of pizzas but this vital message was vanishing amidst many other ad campaigns. JB Chicago had conducted a market research about the ad campaigns of other brands of pizzas. Then it created the below-mentioned concept.

The marketing agency created an emotional concept. The main messages are as you have grown as a health conscious individual; your pizza too has changed. Your pizza is now made of fewer calories. So do not worry about your health while you consume your favourite Pepperoni Pizza. This ad campaign outperformed its competitors by a ratio of 3 to 1.


Thus we can see that the world of advertisement is undergoing major transformations. Emotional value of an ad is exceedingly becoming important. More & more people are buying articles based on their emotional attachment with that brand. Thus the companies that do not value emotions of its customers will gradually face extinction.

Atanu Sarkar

Atanu Sarkar, the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Webskitters Technology Solutions Pvt. Ltd & Webskitters LTD has strong data analytics, business development and entrepreneurship skills. He keeps himself updated about latest technological innovations in his past time and encourages his team to incorporate new technologies and move beyond the defined boundaries of design, development and digital marketing. His inquisitive nature constrains him from flattering any limits and that’s made him a successful entrepreneur, a great leader for his team and a wonderful human being.