As China’s leading skin care marketer, L’Oréal Paris found creative ways to connect with consumers to explore the up-and coming cosmetics industry in China.
L’Oreal’s innovative Make Up Genius app allows users to try its products virtually online
Among these strategies, online media stands out one of the best ways to promote the brand’s image and engage with its target consumers, meanwhile exploring new avenues in ecommerce.
What You’ll Learn
Brand Website: We’ll show you how L’Oréal Paris draws in consumers, with a clear and simple display its products and educational content, attracts the attention of consumers.
Tmall: You’ll learn how L’Oréal brands its products and promotes its sales in one of the most popular e-commerce platforms.
App: We’ll take a look at how L’Oréal Paris boosts different apps to display specific content linking back to the brand. You’ll also find out more about the successful app, Makeup Genius, of which 4.7 million of its total 14 million downloads originated from China.
Weibo: Discover how L’Oréal Paris launches multi-platforms campaigns and successfully creates consumer engagement through activities on Weibo.
WeChat: We’ll see how L’Oréal Paris uses trending topics on the Internet to promote its products and engage with consumers.
Youku: You’ll find out how L’Oréal uses Chinese celebrities in high visibility international events to promote the brand’s image.
Key Opinion Leaders: We’ll reveal how popular actors and beauty influencers boost the highest rates of engagement.
Even in the face of the challenges brought by the slowing growth of Chinese economy, H&M has still managed to increase their sales by 11% in the third quarter. Among the reasons behind this success lies the creative use of their media presence. Its user-friendly online platforms communicate with the consumers, not only offering information about the products, but also suggesting creative ways to mix and match, this way promoting its fashion view.
This Swedish fast-fashion brand explores China’s digital social ecosystem with engaging content, promotions and campaigns to create positive interaction with China’s consumers. This has a positive impact on the image of the brand and greatly increases engagement rates.
In this report you will be able to have access to a detailed mapping of their outstanding use of the media platforms that that best engage Chinese netizens: brand.com, Weibo, WeChat, Youku, and KOLs.
What You’ll Learn
Brand Website: Discover how H&M uses its China website to promote its sales items and inspire its users with creative and stylish content. Find out how H&M, through the development of a user-friendly platform, gauges its Chinese consumers to shop on its e-commerce platform.
Weibo: We’ll show you how H&M engages its social followers in its latest campaigns, promote sales and leads them to its brand website for purchase.
WeChat: Find out how H&M tantalizes its WeChat followers promoting inspirational ideas and tips to encourage the creative use of its products and also attracting consumers’ attention through sales news.
Youku: Discover the outcome of H&M’s ad campaign videos and event content that yielded the highest number of views.
Key Opinion Leaders: H&M counts on influencer accounts to promote the brand name, and increase the impact of its campaign. Additionally, the brand creates leverage from engagement with fan club accounts when collaborating with popular celebrities to the Chinese public.