RuPaul Dresses Up Product Placement

By David Gianatasio

AdWeek

August 10, 2014

Not long ago, brand integrations on television could be kind of a drag. To get noticed, marketers relied on standard, sometimes clumsy product placement tactics like putting digitally enhanced samples on an emcee’s desk or filling a sitcom family’s refrigerator with goods.

Not long ago, brand integrations on television could be kind of a drag. To get noticed, marketers relied on standard, sometimes clumsy product placement tactics like putting digitally enhanced samples on an emcee’s desk or filling a sitcom family’s refrigerator with goods.
Experts agree such ploys won’t cut it with today’s savvy viewers, who are tuning out forced attempts to link brands with their favorite shows. What’s more, the results of such placements can be difficult if not impossible to track, bedeviling brand managers and network execs hungry for consumer engagement data.

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