Good Report About Goldberg’s Magical Advertisements
Hogging the Limelight at the Super Bowl
Allendale, MI — Jocelyn Goldberg, alumni of Grand Valley State University, visited the institute to give a presentation on the advertising strategies used during the mega-event of Super Bowl. Her intriguing presentation hogged the attention of the students. There were over two hundred students who attended the presentation. She said that the advertisement strategies worked in favor of the companies.
The Super Bowl hogs the limelight as it is one of the biggest events. Grand Valley alumna, Jocelyn Goldberg is one of the stalwarts in the field of advertisement. She excels in creating stir among the millions of audience with the ads aired during the Super Bowl.
The companies look for innovative ways to stand out and be remembered by the audience. Goldberg’s stint as the strategist was definitely a good thing to learn from for the present students of the institution.
The social media is one of the biggest platforms for spreading the word in the present day. The social media provides the best chance for the companies to build a relationship with the customers. The platform also helps to win the trust of the people. Goldberg is a pioneer in the realm of social interaction for the purpose of advertisement, and she is probably the best person to enlighten her juniors in the matter.
Goldberg has opined, “My presentation will reveal all of the preparation and real-time efforts that happen behind-the-scenes during advertising’s biggest event of the year: the Super Bowl.” Another interesting aspect of the presentation was the spread of knowledge about war rooms.
The companies set up war rooms where people come and interact among one another. This works a lot in the path of establishing the trust of the people on the brand. It was really interesting to know more about war rooms from Goldberg. The students were greatly benefitted to know about the advertising strategies of companies like Coca Cola and Oreo that have won the hearts of a gazillion people in the country.
Goldberg opined, “More data, no risk, smaller price” is the best way to go forward for the companies endeavoring to promote the products among people. She was instrumental in spreading the word among the students of the institute who can surely take inspiration from her success story. Goldberg had said that “if they use paid social media, they can pay a much smaller price to promote their ad specifically to the 13-18 year olds that live in Michigan.” The presentation has stood up to the high expectations of the students.