‘Kenyan Water Project’

You have developed an online web conferencing and meeting tool. You need to build a brand for it and get people to use it. Fair. You then shoot an ad campaign to show how people can use the technology. How about a storyline about how a bunch of disparate people can come together to solve a problem … in Africa. That’s the GoToMeeting brand strategy across digital and traditional media with this ad campaign above.

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Sean Jacobs

Also goes by Hasan Wazan. Life President.

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  1. I’m glad that Chinese lady, that Mexican-Indian guy and those mzungus finally all got together to do something about the water balloon shortage in Africa. About time.

  2. Gee, and I thought I was cynical…who gives a flying f—k who comes up with the idea and who it’s for…it’s the facilitation of communication that’s the issue.

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  4. I would really enjoy seeing people not reference all things desperate with blacks or Africa.
    One needs to look at blacks as equals and not needing non-blacks as helpers or supporters for their lack of whatever. As if the rest of the world doesn’t need help or another ad promoting a bullshit effort to sell something.

  5. It’s just a BS way of tugging at people’s hearts – oh look, it’s a diverse group of do-gooders. Don’t blame GoToMeeting. Blame people for being idiots.

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