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Zelle's Retro New Ad Encourages People to Live Their 'Everyday Better'

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Huge Brooklyn recreates yearbook photography for the comedic new campaign
Zelle's Retro New Ad Encourages People to Live Their 'Everyday Better'

Zelle has launched a new campaign, titled "Everyday Better," created by Huge Brooklyn.

The concept takes inspiration from retro yearbook photography. Using ‘double-exposure,’ the program showcases people’s inner monologues and thoughts when they receive a gift they don’t want, or when using Zelle would have been a better way for them to request or receive money.

The new campaign highlights moments that appeal to the broad spectrum of people who've all felt slighted when receiving a subpar gift, tapping into occasions and cultural insights that everyone can relate to, such as graduation, birthdays, brunch, family reunions and paying rent.

Zelle made a conscious decision to move from awareness-focused broadcast and digital advertising (Rhythm & Flow) to education- and usage-focused media more likely to appear on your laptop, tablet or mobile device (Everyday Better) is a highly strategic choice. Zelle appears online and in your mobile banking app, and the new approach helps users identify key moments where Zelle can help remove friction and tension to help them live their “everyday better.”

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Genres: Comedy, People

Categories: Banking, Finance

Huge USA, Tue, 19 Mar 2019 09:28:43 GMT