From Educational Candy ATMs to Shadowplay Pop-Up Shops

By: Laura McQuarrie - Mar 28, 2015
Aiming to provide relief to consumers who are already inundated with advertisements, many of the top March 2015 interactive ideas put an emphasis on creating an exciting, educational or memorable experience instead of blatantly hawking a product. Some great examples of this include a romantic stunt that had a drone drop flowers down to loving couples on Valentine's Day, hammocks put out in public and apps that allow fans of Ray-Ban to create awesome photography inspired by a glasses lens.

These public advertisements tend to be grand and eye-catching, drawing audiences because something out of the ordinary is happening. Leaving people with photographs, fond memories, sweet souvenirs or knowledge about something that they didn't know before, these interactive marketing campaigns show how to create a valuable experience that supports a service or product.