Advertisers and marketers are desperate to get the most out of the upcoming season of the Rugby World Cup, and the world’s most popular sport is about to be put to the test.
The Rugby World Cups have been a huge hit for many sports in recent years and the competition is set to continue in 2018.
Rugby will be in the news again this year after the All Blacks defeated England in Cardiff in October and the Rugby Football Union’s World Cup campaign kicked off in December.
There is a huge amount of excitement surrounding Rugby and its growing popularity, so we’ve compiled a list of the top adverts that you should be looking out for from the Rugby Rugby World Series.
It’s no secret that Rugby has been a big hit with fans and there is a lot of buzz around the competition with many online sites reporting that the Rugby Championship has overtaken rugby as the most watched sport in the UK.
It’s also been one of the most popular sports for social media users, with social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat all reporting the popularity of the sport.
The sport has seen a huge increase in adverts over the past few years, with a number of companies looking to capitalize on the growing interest in the sport by offering their own commercial campaigns.
One of the biggest is ad agency Addefy, which has worked with the BBC and ITV to promote the World Cup and will be releasing a new ad campaign for the 2018 World Cup.
Addefy will be featuring its Rugby adverts on its Instagram account, with the hashtag #RWC2018, and will also be promoting the 2018 Rugby Championship.
This is a great opportunity for ad agencies to reach out to fans in the Rugby world and be able to use social media to spread the word about the Rugby season and the tournament.
The Rugby World Championships is scheduled to kick off on August 3, 2018, and fans can take part in a variety of promotions from the likes of t-shirts, posters and t-shirt giveaways to branded merchandise.
The ad agency is hoping to get fans interested in the World Series in 2018 by offering Rugby as an official brand for the Rugby Championships.
They are also hoping to promote Rugby as part of their own Rugby marketing strategy.
It will be interesting to see how Addefys Rugby campaign fares, as it is unclear if the Rugby championship will be the focus of the campaign or if it will be a regular part of the broadcaster’s coverage.