The campaign, built on the brand platform “Less Hassle, More Travel,” kicks off in four markets: Australia, South Korea, Saudi Arabia and Vietnam, with the first phase running from November 2019 to March 2020.
TV commercials with accompanying OOH executions and digital assets were developed for each market’s launch, telling a cohesive story across all touch points.
The campaign was developed by BMF Australia with support from Digitas Singapore. Media strategy and buying was driven by partners Mediacom Australia, Digitas Dubai, OMD South Korea and OMD Vietnam.
This campaign is the first following Agoda’s September brand revamp across the agoda website, app, social media, and various customer touchpoints. The campaign, which focuses on hassle-free cancellation, best prices, and Agoda Homes properties, reflects Agoda’s goal of providing the easiest booking journey possible to enable its customers to travel more.
The TVCs launch is in two formats, 30 seconds and 15 seconds, and runs throughout the campaign.
In addition, Agoda has procured high-impact OOH locations across key cities, including the largest digital billboard on airport land anywhere in the world, located at Sydney’s airport; K-Pop Square in Seoul; and in-mall and outdoor LED screens in Riyadh and Jeddah.
The digital campaign comprises statics, videos, and carousels, which will be posted on Agoda’s own social media platforms. The cross-channel campaign
also consists of display ads, in-app, and email, as well as Spotify in Saudi Arabia.
“The Agojis are the stars of our campaign. We’ve taken a very different creative approach to promote the Agoda travel platform, focusing on the relatable quality of the Agojis and the funny travel situations they encounter, to help our brand stand out in this crowded accommodation and flight space. Consumers will experience the campaign across a range of touch points from their TV’s to social media, our website, and even post-booking communications,” said Michael Kost, Global Director of Brand, Agoda.
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