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Montblanc ‘s WeChat campaign : a digital lesson

Last modified: March 13, 2017

MontBlanc is well known for its luxury pens. Recently, the brand promoted its new writing utensil via an interactive WeChat campaign in China.

A History lesson

The Rouge et Noir fountain pen is promoted by the app as a heritage of the 20th century.

montblanc.rouge-et-noir-wechat-185Through Wechat, Montblanc explain that the fountain pen was first developed in 1906. At that time, it was considered as an outstanding, technical achievement, as it was the first to not need dipping the nib into an inkwell.

 

 

Hugh Jackman presents: The Montblanc Story – Pioneering since 1906. For the pioneer in you.

The Heritage Collection Rouge et Noir celebrates the 110 year old pioneering spirit of Monblanc. Chinese Fans by getting into the app can at first see on an envelope with handwritten Chinese, “Art can’t change the world, but it can change the way people think—and people can change the world.”

Users are transported to the 19th century, thanks to a showcase a of Montblanc’s heritage collection and through a series of history animations all about music, art and traditions.

An Interactive campaign

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Users are asked to answer a simple question : Red or Black ? Afterwards, they are invited to share the app on WeChat.

Moreover, for a short period, some lucky fans had a chance to win limited-edition Montblanc gifts.

In 2014, Montblanc did the same kind of questionnaire campaign to promote its Meisterstück pens with a « Hot-or-Not » type app.

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2 thoughts on “Montblanc ‘s WeChat campaign : a digital lesson”

  1. I love Montblanc! I think that if they are really that popular in China, it is because of their branding and marketing strategy. Could we get in touch? I would like to discover other luxury watches brands 🙂

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