A report from LinkedIn’s B2B Institute reinforces how memorable brand creative works. “It builds lasting memory structures in the minds of future buyers, memories that are likely to be recalled when those out-of-market buyers become in-market buyers.”
That’s why humor, emotion, and videos like this one contribute to increases in revenue. Not because they have the most impressive list of features and benefits. But, because they stick with people. They make your future buyers feel something, which makes them remember you.
When you combine that powerful emotion with a well-crafted brand and well-placed logo — like the Umault logo appearing as the rocket ship rises into space — you build a strong brand association. Which will stick with the viewer when they become an in-market buyer.
Reassuring content that appeals to the rational side of customers’ brains is important (like what we’re doing in this case study). But you have to inspire potential buyers early on in the sales process with cool, interesting, or funny content before you get the chance to reassure them. Yes, even B2B buyers need to be inspired.
Dare to tie your brand to a story with a strong emotional connection — like home-bound kids going to space during a pandemic.
Yep. Our 30-second space video brought real returns in the form of revenue, social proof, and brand exposure.
Within 30 days of publishing the video, it went viral, and we noticed a significant uptick in traffic to our site. The number of Marketing Qualified Leads (MQLs) doubled in the 30 days following the release, resulting in increased SQLs and ultimately a 6x ROI on the video.
After it went viral, “We can’t send your kids to space” was featured on the front page of Reddit. And the video appeared on the front page of Ads of the World. It was then picked up by AdSpot where it was featured alongside impressive agencies like Saatchi & Saatchi, MullenLowe, Droga5 NY. Humor and emotion work, y’all.