Our client’s objectives for the project were as follows:
Our Work » Forever Cars
Adrian Flux specialises in providing a range of niche insurance policies, with one of the main commercially important ones being classic car insurance. Like the Forever Bikes case study, we wanted to create engaging content that would appeal to classic car owners in order to build brand trust with them. Like most campaigns, the ultimate aim was to improve brand affinity and therefore boost conversions.
We analysed classic car-related social content to see what was resonating with classic car fans and also dissected the types of motoring stories frequently featured in mainstream media. It quickly became apparent to us that popular content was often nostalgic, and if we could harness this we’d be onto a winner.
As a result, we decided to create a content hub focused on interviewing some of Adrian Flux’s longest-standing customers who have owned their vehicles for decades. We often found the hub articles weren’t just about the car, but about the story behind them and the memories the car evoked. Each story was about the owner’s emotional connection with their car, and this was so often tied up with personal memories, from driving their child to their wedding, to completing challenging renovation projects.
We then promoted each blog via social media – both free and paid – email newsletters and native advertising.
Due to the initial success of the blog, we decided to create a book with some of the best and most popular stories on the blog. We executed this in the run-up to Silverstone Classic, a key event for classic car enthusiasts in the UK. We made 10,000 copies to distribute at the car event, which had around 109,000 attendees.