The results were astounding - and the timing perfect. We had some success with paid email drops and native. However, our biggest win was radio advertising. Our first day in radio, we generated $20,000 in sales; and the revenue went on from there.

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ROAS

Result Kitchen

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The Challenge

As an experienced marketer in the medical supplies space, we identified many challenges during COVID within sourcing quality face masks. Once we had access to quality masks we could actually deliver, it was a big challenge to market these masks, as most channels (Google, Facebook, Amazon) were banning masks from being advertised.

The Process

Our team built a unique concept which involved a deep giving element. For each box of masks sold, we would donate a mask to a non-profit. This 'Giving' model required quite a bit of custom coding; but it also strongly diffrentiated us in all of our advertising; giving us much higher performance.

Our team was forced to test a number of different channels. We did native, email drops, radio and more. These are all non-conventional channels for most ecommerce businesses.

The Solution

The results were astounding - and the timing perfect. We had some success with paid email drops and native. However, our biggest win was radio advertising. Our first day in radio, we generated $20,000 in sales; and the revenue went on from there.

Skills Used

Paid Ads,Paid Ads,Paid Ads,Copywriting,Web Development,CRO,Branding,Email Marketing,Content Marketing,Marketing Strategy,Web Development,Web Development,Web Development,Other,Other

Industry

Health & Wellness

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