EntryPoint, the downloadable toolbar company that resulted from the idealab!-brokered marriage of eWallet and PointCast, on Monday kicked off the first phase of a $10 million national campaign in New York, San Francisco and San Diego.
The campaign, developed by Phillips-Ramsey Advertising, aims to increase brand awareness and encourage consumers to download EntryPoint’s desktop toolbar. Print and ads launched March 1, with television to follow later this month.
EntryPoint’s print ads, which are currently running in New York, San Francisco, and San Diego, show images from recent headlines and tell consumers that they can get the latest news by downloading the toolbar. Another ad features an anonymous jazz musician pointing out the toolbar’s access to the CD/MP3 player.
EntryPoint’s radio ads will saturate the San Diego and New York markets in March and use satire to focus on the convenient characteristics of EntryPoint.
The television ad, rolling out in test markets, will also use satire to illustrate the convenience of EntryPoint.
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