Launch something new on Twitter

Launch something new on Twitter

Ready to start a Twitter Ads campaign?

Use Twitter to make your launch worth talking about

If you launch and no one talks about it, did you really launch?

Whether you’re launching a new brand, product, app, message or promotion, the window of success for launches has shortened. Twitter is proven to help brands meet launch KPIs with our influential and receptive audience.

People on Twitter like to be the first to try new things and are more likely to be the first to buy new products2. Bring your next launch — big and small — to Twitter today.

Brands who meet their launch KPIs are
2.3X
more likely to launch on Twitter1

What launches do you have coming up?

New company or brand

New product, service, or app

New feature

New message or positioning

New promotion or offer

Need some inspiration to get started? Learn about some real-world examples of brands 
launching something new on Twitter below. 

Tips for successful launches on Twitter

Build a four-part phased approach:
Listen

Align existing consumer insight to Twitter's audience or engage Twitter to find a new audience insight.

Tease

Create buzz, awareness, and a targeting pool of influential early engagers.

Reveal

Drive mass awareness of your launch, spark conversation, and surge your message to the masses.

Reinforce

Reinforce your launch message post-reveal to drive preference and maintain buzz to keep your brand top-of-mind.

  • Schedule your entire launch campaign to run 3-6 weeks for +51% higher lift in top-of-mind awareness and +15% lift in brand awareness5, or 7-10+ weeks for +68% higher lift in favorability6 and +26% lift in intent7
  • Use 3-5 ad formats to drive the best results, and choose the formats that coincide and complement with your campaign objective8
  • Use Twitter's takeover ad products (First View, Promoted Trend, and Promoted Trend Spotlight) to maximize awareness leading up to or on launch day*
  • Add custom executions (Instant Unlock, Brand Reminders, and Custom Emojis) to up-level your campaign and make your Tweets more engaging*

Source information:

1Source: Nielsen Brand Effect (US/UK/JP/CA), Q3 2015 - Q3 2018 Launch campaigns, n= 340 studies. Percentages refer to % uplifts (not deltas or percentage point difference) | Bain & Company, 2019 Launch Marketer Survey, US, n=650.

2Source: Kantar, “News Discovery & Influence on Twitter”, Global, December 2017. Monthly Twitter Global users (n=17,138), Online Global population (n= 34, 535). | How we know: Kantar News, Discovery & Influence on Twitter ; December 2017 ; US ; 787 Monthly Twitter US users & 1503 Online US population Source : Kantar MilwardBrown, 2017

3Source: Nielsen Brand Effect (US/UK/JP/CA), Q3 2015 - Q3 2018 Launch campaigns, n= 340 studies, Percentages refer to % uplifts (not deltas or percentage point difference), exposed vs. control groups

4Source: Kantar, “News Discovery & Influence on Twitter”, Global, December 2017. Monthly Twitter Global users (n=17,138), Online Global population (n= 34, 535) | How we know: Kantar News, Discovery & Influence on Twitter ; December 2017 ; US ; 787 Monthly Twitter US users & 1503 Online US population Source : Kantar MilwardBrown, 2017

5Source: Nielsen Brand Effect (US/UK/JP/CA), Q3 2015 - Q3 2018 Launch campaigns, Duration 3-6 weeks n= 148 studies; Duration < 3 weeks n=78 studies; Percentages refer to % increases from the control to exposed group when comparing campaign durations uplifts

6Source: Nielsen Brand Effect (US/UK/JP/CA), Q3 2015 - Q3 2018 Launch campaigns, Duration 7+ weeks: Launch n=114, Non-Launch n=126, Percentages refer to % increases from the control to exposed group when comparing campaign durations uplifts

7Source: Nielsen Brand Effect (US/UK/JP/CA), Q3 2015 - Q3 2018 Launch campaigns, Duration 7-10 weeks n= 39 studies; Duration < 7 weeks n= 74 studies; Percentages refer to % increases from the control to exposed group when comparing campaign durations uplifts

8Source: Nielsen Brand Effect (US/UK/JP/CA), Q3 2015 - Q3 2018 Launch campaigns, n= 340 studies, 2,760,732 respondents. Methodology: Model is a Fixed-Effect Multi-level logistic regression, Outcome variable: Whether the respondent correctly answered the brand awareness survey question (Yes/No). Unique Formats included GIF, Polls (Text, Video, Image), Website cards (Photo, Video) In-stream video, Promoted Video, Conversation Card (Video)

*Premium Twitter Ads product availability varies by market. Contact your Twitter Account Manager for more details.

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