Solution: Using the API of popular location based services (foursquare, Gowalla..), combined with twitter, 'Facebook places' and 'Google Latest', we were able to track thousands of check-ins worldwide. With this information we knew exactly where someone was in real time, and could communicate the message in person and that's exactly what we did. We called thousands of people from all over the world to their place of check-in and asked to speak with that person, after he was called to the phone, we've communicated our message in a personal way and reminded him that death can catch him anywhere, anytime.
Synopsis: We all know that one day we will die, but we don't like to think about it, because it's not going to happen anytime soon. Based on the strategy that "Death can catch you anywhere, anytime" and with an innovative use of location based services, we reminded people, that just like we did, death could also catch them anywhere, anytime and that they’d better leave a message before it was too late.
Results: Without any media budget at our disposal , the sudden and extensive interest that the campaign initiated produced numerous headlines in newspapers, blogs, radio and TV coverage, resulted in an 800% increase in recorded messages being left on “If I Die".
Advertising Agencies: Mizbala, Twentythree, Israel
Executive Creative Director: Dori Ben Israel Kario
Creative Partners: Yossi Tzarfati, Erez Rubinstein
PR Agency: Ronnie Hassid, Ofir Auslander
Account Manager: Michael Poraz
CTO: Assaf Sela
Web: Edan Tal
Art Directors: Rona Sagi, Roey Jamal
Musicl Director: Yishay Raziel
Voice: Jeff Laurence Gill, Brad Dassy, Eric San, Nathen Knight
Agency Producers: Ginat Moyal, Dor Sinai, Amit Horesh, Hila Feder, Roy Lilian, Liron Ashkenazi, Max Chertkov
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