Did you know that memes are shared 7x more than any other content on Instagram?
With 60+ million followers across 20+ original meme brands—like Shitheadsteve, Middle Class Fancy, No Chaser and Gamers Doing Things —Doing Things has their finger on the pulse of cultural relevance and can organically and authentically do the same for your brand.
Think about it, when was the last time your friend DM’d you an in-feed or banner ad? Or DM’d you sponsored content? Or DM’d you any ad? LOL—you can’t even remember the last time you saw a digital ad. Now look at all of the memes in your DM’s. And check out just a few of the examples below, where brands seamlessly and authentically become the content. Where tens of thousands of people genuinely “like” each piece of branded content, and a ton more engage. Time for your ads to organically become part of popular culture. Today!
We make new Call of Duty releases a cultural moment.
We help maintain cultural relevance for Bud Light across social media.
We partnered with Dunkin’ to own National Coffee Day on Instagram.
We drove excitement around HBO Max’s first original film.
We helped T-Mobile differentiate themselves from their competitors.
We worked with Anheuser Busch to promote the launch of Bud Light Seltzer during the 2020 Super Bowl in conjunction with the brand’s Super Bowl commercial.
We built cultural relevance for the TaxAct brand with a younger digitally engaged generation.
We integrated Dole Fruit Bowls into meme culture to drive engagement and cultural relevance around the brand.
We partnered with Bud Light and Igloo to drive cultural relevance and raise money for coronavirus relief efforts.