After a snub from Google Street View, the Faroe Islands created their own with the help of 360-degree video cameras and 80,000 sheep.
After a humorous customer complaint, Tesco’s support team didn’t miss a beat, firing back an equally silly (and noteworthy) response.
A new contest from Cheetos encourages fans to submit photos of their quirkiest-looking Cheetos chips for the chance to win serious prizes.
Hair care brand John Frieda serves up personalized visual content in a colorful Instagram campaign.
Birchbox’s latest campaign encouraged fans to call them on Snapchat—and ask them anything—using the app’s new video and voice call features.
For its 70th birthday, Heathrow Airport asked travelers to share their best Heathrow stories and surprised their favorites with gifts.
Pret A Manger’s summertime pop-up shops were a smash hit with Londoners. Now they’re turning to Twitter to ask customers what to do next.
A new mobile campaign from cosmetic company Shiseido serves up personalized visuals to users brave enough to give their phone a smooch.
UK retailer British Home Stores has deployed a bold guerilla marketing campaign to save the company from going out of business.
With the “Most Interesting Man in the World” entering retirement, Dos Equis is turning to Facebook to find its most interesting fans.
A recent campaign from the UK’s Department for Transport uses Snapchat geofilters to combat driving under the influence of drugs.
A new campaign from the Starwood Hotels loyalty program encourages personalized customer storytelling with branded Snapchat geofilters.
When a fan’s infectious video showing off her new Chewbacca mask went viral, Kohl’s response to the video hit all the right notes.
Kotex’s latest campaign brings one customer’s bright idea to life with social contests, live events, and a pop-up shop in New York City.
Pepsi’s latest global social campaign transcends language barriers with a custom set of branded emoji.