This campaign will get potential dog adopters in the market along with the general public who have a breed bias against bully breeds to change their views and consider adopting bully breed dogs by educating and showing them that every dog, regardless of breed, has unique qualities and the potential to be adopted with engaging social media posts and information.
Our client can create engaging content that makes it easier for people to feel connected to the dogs. This content will showcase the bully dogs’ personalities, highlight unique traits, and humanize them through positive stories from people with first-hand experience. By doing this, our client can replace negative stories with positive ones and make it easier for people to adopt a bully.
The strategic big idea is to humanize our client. Public perception is shaped by what is available for an audience to consume, so when the only “stories” coming from an organization carry heavy negative connotations that public perception is bound to be negative. Humanization means highlighting the faces doing the work within the shelter, showing both their why’s and their how’s, giving the public a new way to view the inner-workings of the shelter.
The objective of this campaign is to address the overcrowding crisis at our client's organization by raising awareness, enhancing adoption rates and rallying community support to tackle the overcapacity of animals and the strain on staff resources. We are also aiming to increase foot traffic to the client's adoption facility, as well as traffic to their social channels.