Our first #BrandAdoration post goes out to none other than classic brand , Benadryl. Many of you may have memories of Benadryl from childhood for the treatment of common colds. You probably use Benadryl when the weather changes as well for the treatment of allergies. Well, Benadryl didn’t disappoint this weekend at the wedding of Solange Knowles in New Orleans. At some point during the wedding festivities, the bride broke out in Hives and cited Benadryl as the treatment.
The popular fashionista and artist took to her Twitter page to give a shout out to the brand for its assistance in relieving the skin irritation during her wedding.
1) They are organic
When watching a TV commercial, we understand that the underlying element of the commercial is to sell us a product.
Therefore, no matter how the treatment for the commercial is set up at the end of the day, we know it is purely advertisement.
It simply relates back to the way that we receive information. I’ll give you a hypothetical scenario:
Television: “Use Benadryl to offer instant relief for skin irritations”
Radio: Benadryl is #1 for Skin Irritation Relief
Solange: ” Thanks to Benadryl, I was able to relieve my skin irritation, and enjoy one of the greatest days of my life”
Which statement do you connect with the most?
2) The post was positive
Positive organic mentions are always great for brands. When a consumer or anyone who is not closely associated with your brand has had live interaction and a positive experience, it sends an honest, unbiased message to consumers that your product offerings are of good quality.
3) The Messenger
The impact of the positive Benadryl quote also relates back to the fact that the person that is providing the positive feedback is a celebrity and respected public figure. This adds increase value and positive impressions to all publics and readers of the message, which can directly and indirectly have a positive impact on Benadryl as a brand.
So kudos to Benadryl and we’re sending you some #brandadoration!