B2C, Entertainment, Travel + Transportation
First, we had to find out why cruisers liked this boat so much.
Carnival Destiny has a steep history as the largest ship when she set sail in 1996. And since that day, the crowds on this boat grew to match its size.
We had to figure out what motivated these cruise-goers through a complete consumer research analysis, which showed us:
Gamification on Social
Carnival Cruise Line’s fan base was already active on social media, loved their ship and loved tchotchkes.
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Players earned points
for each social action.
- Liking a Carnival Cruise Line post = 10 pts
- Commenting on a Carnival Cruise Line post = 10 pts
- Sharing/Retweeting a Carnival Cruise Line post = 10pts
There were a lot of rules to follow, so we then called upon our content production agency, Leap Spark to have the Carnival Cruise Ship captain himself explain everything.
Grab Your Destiny Microsite
Players could keep track of their points, through a landing page set up for the game.
It also served as a hub for Carnival Destiny fans to watch videos of the ship, look up the rules and prizes and sea how they were faring in the competition.
Over 4 weeks, all network pages saw an increase in followers.
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