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Kamis, 16 Januari 2014

Kodaks Print and Prosper campaign

Last night, as I was doing research for this blog and watching NBCs "Celebrity Apprentice", awaiting another appearance from an industry player similar to last years Kodak (NYSE EK) inkjet printer product placement, along comes a new series of commercials kicking off the new Kodak campaign for its inkjet printers, under the banner of "Print and Prosper".

Including such provocative messages as "customers overpaying $5 Billion too for ink", the 15-second spots push viewers to the web site, www.printandprosper.com, where users can use the "OVERPAYMENT CALCULATOR" (lots of all-caps on this site). They can compare Kodaks "FAIRLY PRICED INK" and the savings they could have gained vs printing at various usage levels and models from Brother, Canon, Epson, HP, and Lexmark.

Todays Wall Street Journal, in "Kodak Ads Get More Aggressive
Brand Takes On Rivals, Seeks Hipper Image as It Focuses on Printing Business"
by Suzanne Vranica, looks at Kodaks history and its current promotion strategy as managed by Chief Marketing Officer Jeff Hayzlett.

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