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Articles Tagged ‘BMW’
German automaker BMW is reaching out to consumers during its holiday sales events with advertisements on YouTube’s desktop site, mobile site and mobile application.
Luxury marketers integrated mobile campaigns into different initiatives throughout 2014 to engage and intrigue consumers through several different devices.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Dec. 26 – BMW trades Santa’s reindeer for racecar; Fortnum & Mason offers reprieve on Boxing Day; Ritz-Carlton Chengdu presents butler service.
German automaker BMW is clearing any confusion about Santa Claus this season with a microsite revealing Santa’s secret.
Increasingly, the lines between digital, physical and mobile are blurred to create imaginative and deep campaigns.
Luxury Daily’s live news from Dec. 22 – BMW designs personalized holiday messages; Christie’s auction raises money for Save the Children; Breguet uses social media to launch new timepiece; Audi anticipates Christmas on social media.
German automaker BMW crafted a virtual windshield that allows consumers to create and send messages this holiday season.
BMW Group is launching a new car sharing service application for London natives to have access to the automaker’s vehicles in three of the city’s boroughs.
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