Social Media Marketing Strategy
Old Dominick Distillery needed help driving traffic to their website and raising awareness for their brand and products. They asked us to build a strategic social media plan and create visual assets to better represent the brand and connect with their audience.
Our client’s target audience was more female than male and lived in close proximity to the distillery. The young demographic actively uses social media, creating an opportunity to reach them through Instagram and Facebook posts that appeal to their shared interests. The platforms heavily emphasize visual aesthetics so sharing brand imagery that both captures the brand personality and captivates our audience is key to driving action.
We developed a plan to increase overall brand awareness using social media channels to grow followers and engagement. Our audience and competitor analysis produced insights which guided our decisions to implement tools to measure the campaign’s effectiveness. We increased targeted ads and brand activations to encourage people to try the product and experience engaging events.
We captured new, product-forward lifestyle and seasonal photography to help establish a consistent, modern look. The professional, artistic images depicted the diverse culture and history of Memphis, strengthening the emerging craft whiskey brand’s connection with the local community. This campaign drove distribution among existing markets and expanded to gain a broader, national audience.
By establishing a balance between appetizing images, process-focused design and elements of the brand’s heritage, we built a curated and intentional style. Communicating news, events, and distillery schedules helped raise brand awareness and create an authentic and transparent personality.
Social carousels were used to showcase cocktail recipes.
We captured new, product-forward lifestyle and seasonal photography to help establish a consistent, modern look.
Seasonal photoshoots were used to capture current content and broaden the photo asset library.