Wednesday, March 27

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There’s less than a week until April Fools Day! If you’re looking to find a way to celebrate with your brand, check out today’s insight below 👇

🧠 Stat Of The Day 🧠

Opera, a web iOS browser, reported a 164% increase in new European Users after Apple introduced its new default browser choice feature. (Source: Opera)

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⚡️Today’s Headlines⚡️

📞 WhatsApp’s working on new community tools including Group Events

🤯 Adobe’s creating a new AI-powered ad creation platform

🛡️ Snap debuted new brand safety tools to give advertisers confidence

🧑‍🎨 Canva acquired Affinity, an Adobe competitor, to fill design holes

🤔 Google’s expanding AI-powered SGE to users who didn’t sign up

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Today’s Insight

📰 TL;DR - April Fools is less than a week away, but it’s not too late to plan out a fun brand campaign! The key is to get creative, have a good time, and remember not to be too deceptive. To get you started, Marketing Ideas gathered 5 ways to generate buzz on April Fools’ Day this year.

💡 Insight - Tactic #1: Launch a fake physical product. If you’ve got a virtual product, imagine what your product could be as a real, physical thing. The more ridiculous, the better. Take a note from Google Home’s smart flower and Duolingo’s in-person notifications.

Tactic #2: Build the first-ever [something] for your audience. In this case, think of how you could do something unexpected within your niche, then claim it as a “world’s first” for your specific audience.

Tactic #3: Launch an impossible feature. What’s the best made-up feature you could create for your product? For example, pet brand BARK and language learning browser extension Toucan collaborated on a Woof to English translation tool.

Tactic #4: Make a huge “mistake.” Warner Bros used a 2-hour Rick Roll-type video of Pikachu dancing to promote their film Detective Pikachu under the guise of leaking the whole movie.

Tactic #5: Shut down the company. Exactly like it sounds – pretend you’re closing down your most popular feature/service, then send a “just kidding.” This one’s a little riskier, but ideally, you’ll see how much your audience actually wants your product.

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