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Being a writer, I love exploring a lot of industries and one such industry is politics. In I-PAC (Indian Political Action Committee), we do digital and offline campaigns wherein I belonged to the Digital sector. I-PAC works out strategies and campaigns plans for DMK which is one of the most influential parties in India. It almost resembles the 'media' industry, in which, the work should be instantly submitted and should get ready to received work at any instance. Sometimes, working on Sundays was quite difficult but once I learnt the strategy, it became one of my favourite roles. I was given the role of managing the campaign - Vidiyalai Nokki Stalinin Kural (The voice of Stalin) and the campaign took place for 75 days. Stalin, the president of DMK, is the one who represents the DMK party and leads it. The leaders of DMK were campaigning for their party, and I made sure to cover them all digitally.
American Atelier came to me seeking to push sales. They were running a unusual strategy of looking for low cost bids as a means to keep ACOS low but they were missing on potential sales with low impressions built on a strategy based not on winning but saving money.
The client wanted to work with top portrait photographers for their new phone campaign. This was to position themselves as the top camera phone in the industry. They had very particular requirements on the chosen photographer so finding the right person was the first challenge. The second was managing the high profile talent and the client to achieve an outcome with the content that both parties were happy with. The timeline was extremely tight, particularly for such a high profile photographer with a busy schedule. Their target was to get high PR attention.
The budget included 3 other smaller but well known photographers who also created content around the same theme. We also had a gifting portion of the campaign where I sent the phones to small semi-professional photographers to create their own portraits. This was all to create buzz in the photography industry. This all had to be done beginning to end in about a month which is very tight.