The creative brief
We believe that great creative leads to measurable results. And great creative is, by nature, well informed, valuable, eye- catchy. It is the stuff that is beautiful, or outrageous, or funny, or interesting. It is the stuff we wish we had done. It is advertising we like to watch. So we won’t start until our analysts and planners have sifted through all the data, gleaned every insight, and delivered a keen and nuanced brief to inform our work.
The bigger picture
Once we have an insightful brief we get to work on the idea. This involves a fair amount of brainstorming, because we’re firm believers that the best ideas aren’t the most obvious ones. Tech and data bleed naturally into our approach, seamlessly shaping what we do. And we don’t just think about what serves your immediate objective, but what serves your brand best. Once we have an idea that is insightful, intelligent and big enough to make your brand stand out in a crowded marketplace, then we’ll start thinking about how to execute it.
With a mix of digital creatives, editors, designers, strategists and journalists, our team is multi-disciplinary to say the least. Whatever the idea demands, we have a spectrum of world-class talents to draw from. It means that whether we’re designing a performance display campaign, a rich content driven experience, or exciting your prospects to engage in a social powered movement, we’re equally at home.
A great idea is one that comes alive no matter where the story is being told. So instead of being confined by traditional channels, we focus on how to deliver the most powerful experience to engage your targets in the right place at the right time. And if that means having to invent a whole new channel while we’re at it, so much the better. This kind of approach helps us integrate bought, earned and owned media while we forge deep connections between people and your brand.
Team at Oh Puhleeez has been expertise in optimising the content throughout several years of experience. We test and measure our KPIs obsessively. If an idea or execution isn’t performing the way we think it should, we’ll modify and tweak it till it does. Either that, or we’ll kill it unceremoniously and come up with something better. The way we see it, there’s no such thing as good enough.