BuzzInContent Awards 2021 Winners Announced

CONTENT & CULTURE

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Leapfrog Strategy's Hamsini Shivakumar and Kanika Yadav write that the campaign ditches the usual tokenistic glorification of a truck driver in favour of realistic story arcs

By Hamsini Shivakumar
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Hamsini Shivakumar, Founder, Leapfrog Strategy Consulting, analyses the social change campaign “Period of Pride

By Hamsini Shivakumar
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Hamsini Shivakumar and Kanika Yadav of Leapfrog Strategy Consulting to analyse the BuzzInContent Awards 2021 winning content-driven campaigns over the course of the next few weeks. This time around, they have handpicked winning content pieces by Columbia Pacific Communities to analyse them through the lens of culture

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Hamsini Shivakumar and Kanika Yadav of Leapfrog Strategy Consulting write how marketers could place integrated marketing communication, immersive experiences and branded content on a spectrum of initiatives to garner greater consumer attention and deeper consumer engagement with their brand

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Hamsini Shivakumar and Kanika Yadav, of Leapfrog Strategy Consulting, write how Center Fresh could move on from the Dharma produced long-form TVC to creating engaging branded content around the “First Encounter” moment - both in popular and in lived culture

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Hamsini Shivakumar and Kanika Yadav of Leapfrog Strategy Consulting decode Cadbury's iconic campaigns and the recent video by a young digital creator, for the chocolate brand, which has set a new benchmark

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Hamsini Shivakumar and Kanika Yadav of Leapfrog Strategy Consulting, analyse the stance taken by the brands which sell products for men and how they are trying to reshape the currently accepted notions of masculinity

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Hamsini Shivakumar and Kanika Yadav, of Leapfrog Strategy Consulting, write that precious metals brands need branded content to create a larger narrative where the metal in question is mystified instead of particular products. Such a context helps in forging new meanings and inter-connections that traditional marketing/advertising cannot have access to due to logistical limitations

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Hamsini Shivakumar and Kanika Yadav of Leapfrog Strategy Consulting, write that solidarity, support and gratitude were the main themes that the brands banked on in their content this festive season

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In this week's Content & Culture article, Hamsini Shivakumar and Kanika Yadav explore how brands are using real-life incidents as plots for branded content and things to keep in mind while taking this route

By Hamsini Shivakumar
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Hamsini Shivakumar and Kanika Yadav of Leapfrog Strategy Consulting, write that the youth today is bored with brand anthems and is more interested in deeper dialogue and explanatory graphics, including short films/music videos with elaborate narratives and performance poetry

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Hamsini Shivakumar and Kanika Yadav of Leapfrog Strategy Consulting analyse pieces of branded content from Kay Beauty, Nykaa, Mamaearth among others to find out the latest symbols associated with beauty

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Hamsini Shivakumar and Kanika Yadav of Leapfrog Strategy Consulting take a look at the content that constitutes Spotify Podcasts by brands such as FinShots, Bumble, BloombergQuint, etc., to explain how podcasts can be used to build brand affinity

By Hamsini Shivakumar
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Hamsini Shivakumar and Kanika Yadav of Leapfrog Strategy Consulting suggest how brands can take a position in the cultural space of festivals through branded content

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Hamsini Shivakumar and Kanika Yadav of Leapfrog Strategy Consulting, analyse the change in branded content narratives from the old storylines that relied upon emotions and flashbacks

By Hamsini Shivakumar
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Hamsini Shivakumar and Kanika Yadav of Leapfrog Strategy Consulting, write that producing content around sensitive issues related to women empowerment can be a tricky area, but brands can't afford to be silent. If done right, branded content around sexual intimacy, harassment, body-shaming and other such topics can help brands to be a relevant part of the culture that is increasingly anchoring itself in the fourth wave of feminism

By Hamsini Shivakumar
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Leapfrog Strategy Consulting's Hamsini Shivakumar and Kanika Yadav highlight how brands can bank on the relatability cost-effectiveness and engagement prospects of chat shows that are gaining popularity among TV and digital audience

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In today's Content & Culture article, Founder Hamsini Shivakumar and her colleague Kanika Yadav from Leapfrog Strategy Consulting, write that taking inspiration from Kerala Tourism's branded content, brands can maximise their messaging via exploring ordinary symbols associated with a place or product. For example, tales, myths, songs originating from the landscape itself can be employed to create an authentic aura that is both ordinary and exotic at once

By Hamsini Shivakumar
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