Helping This Girl Can Swim Get in the Pool with Paid Digital

This Girl Can celebrates active women who are doing their thing no matter how they do it, how they look or even how sweaty they get.

Company GOAL:

Launched in 2015, #TGC has successfully persuaded nearly three million women to get more active – but their work isn’t done yet. Clarity partnered with #TGC’s initiative, This Girl Can Swim to help them understand the messaging and imagery to use in their paid campaigns to best lead to women attending women’s only sessions at across 40 pools in the UK.

Clarity’s Challenge:

Creating an effective paid strategy focused on converting a highly regionalized and specific demographic audience.

Clarity’s approach was to construct  test approach to determine the most successful strategy and one that would inform campaigns. We ran 1-week test phases across creative, brand messaging, and targeting and leveraged the learnings from each test phase to underpin optimisation throughout the wider project.

Results

Collected structured data
Collated and detailed granular learnings to aid the strategy planning of upcoming #This Girl Can projects
Leveraged learnings to inform the broader marketing strategy

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Fix the Mask

Company Goal: Spread awareness of what makes PPE effective (especially during COVID).

Clarity’s Challenge: Fix the narrative on mask filtration in the COVID conversation.

Founded in early 2020 in response to the acute global PPE shortage, Fix the Mask is an organization that offers designs for a brace to make surgical masks more effective as health care providers and frontline workers grapple with N95 mask shortages amid COVID-19. Fix the Mask had not done any press or external communications around its solution, and the company turned to Clarity to help launch the concept and raise awareness.

Clarity kicked off by working with the co-founders to develop Fix the Mask’s messaging and identifying key stakeholders to help inform media outreach. Since Fix the Mask began working with Clarity soon after launch, the firm was able to play an integral role in shaping its communications strategy from the ground up while ensuring that we secured stories to deliver maximum impact.

Following a deep dive messaging session, Clarity began full court press with a focus on tier one business publications. Fix the Mask’s goal was to get its solution into the hands of as many people as possible and, as such, upleveling visibility was key.

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FitTrack

Company Goal: FitTrack approached Clarity to steadily build up its brand narrative, while still pushing product.

Clarity’s Challenge: To make FitTrack stand out in the fitness & health industry with meaningful coverage.

Clarity surveyed moms and moms-to-be finding that 1 in 5 are rarely asked how they are doing, so we  partnered with Postpartum Support Int’l to donate $1 for every person who pledged to ask mom how she is. The campaign spoke directly to our target audience by supporting an issue many of them experienced first hand. An NBC journalist on maternity leave even shared it on her personal Instagram account. 

From inclusion in Mother’s and Father’s Day Gift Guides to Best Bathroom Scale round ups, we delivered a consistent cadence of positive press reviews in publications we know our audience reads to highlight how the products could work for them.

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Face.com

Company Goal: Bring Face Recognition to the masses

Clarity’s Challenge: Put the “Face” in Facebook

These days, we take face recognition for granted, as it does everything from unlocking your phone to helping police find missing persons. Not that long ago, however, mass adoption of face recognition was still locked in the realm of science fiction. Unlocking the potential of this nascent technology was the challenge faced (ahem) by Face.com when they launched back in 2008 with a small team based in Tel Aviv. Another challenge, this time for Clarity: like most great sci-fi technologies, teaching computers how to identify any human, anywhere seemed just as likely to spawn Skynet as the iPhone X.

The team needed a strategy that put a friendly face (ahem again) on a deeply technical product that had just as many potential pitfalls as benefits. Working with Face from the moment they launched to their acquisition by Facebook in 2012, the Bay Area Clarity team developed a strategy that highlighted both the consumer and developer-friendly sides of the company. Primarily, they provided API resources to software developers, large and small, including a variety of programming tools centered on face recognition and face detection. A significant part of our role with Face.com was building out their developer network, from small independent app developers to large multi-national partners such as Intel.

We helped Face.com grow their developer community from an initial node of several hundred people to a community of more than 45,000 active members, through a combination of media outreach, direct messaging, newsletters, events, Hackathons and speaking opportunities.  Face.com grew to be the premier provider of consumer face recognition and detection on the Web.

Whether it was launching direct to consumer products like Photo Finder (to find photos of yourself on Facebook), highlighting odd and attention-grabbing consumer applications from Face users, or putting on amazing parties featuring the vocal stylings of Randi Zuckerberg – Clarity also developed strategies designed to demystify this extremely mysterious tech.

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