Ryanair has relaunched its Ryanair Rooms website and is offering travellers who book accommodation through ‘Ryanair Rooms’ the opportunity to claim 10pc back in credit to spend on their next flights.
Using the air carriers branding colours, the OOH campaign clearly highlighted the incentivised offer and built awareness of the overhauled website as the airline tries to compete with sites like Airbnb and Expedia.
The campaign displayed on 48 Sheets, Digipole, Metropoles and T-Sides.
Out of Home can be seen as a useful and effective driver of ecommerce sales by directing the audience online and onto a company website. OCS (Out of Home consumer survey) shows 44% of all Irish adults agree posters/screens often create a reason to search online. The campaign resonated well with the audience as evident in our post campaign analysis which saw 59% of Dubliners recall the campaign.
Ikea is currently running on OOH to promote its range of bedroom fittings and furnishings, giving us even more reason to venture to its Dublin outlet. With major interior inspiration and multiple creatives there’s something to pique everyone’s interest, a fancy dressing table, beds for the kids, duvets and extra storage all featured in the campaign.
The roadside 6 Sheet campaign shows taglines such as ‘All hail the bedtime ritual’ to ‘Go on, just 5 more minutes’. With pricing in large bold text, the taglines and logo in white space, this message can be easily absorbed by passers- by in car, on foot or those simply dreaming of their bed while waiting for the bus.
The Wonderfuleverynight campaign also incorporated projections. Running over a number of days and facilitated by The Pictureworks, the projection is displaying on Dawson Street, Grafton Street and Amiens Street, busy high traffic areas.
Credits: Media: Vizeum – Creative: Mother London – OOH Agency: Source out of home