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Similar to the passion fans have for Disney, young kids and adults alike have deep emotional connections with LEGO.  In this week’s episode, James Gregson, creative director for LEGO Group’s internal creative agency, breaks down the content strategies that elicits that fandom and helps “inspire the builders of tomorrow.”    

The conversation covers the product partnerships and user-generated content that LEGO utilizes to strengthen relationships and bring new fans into the ecosystem and the creative process James’ team employs to build campaigns.

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Show Notes

2:34    From Social Strategy to Full Content Strategy

5:37    Creating Impactful Content

8:20    Designing Content for Niche Audiences

10:07  Using Content to Attract New Fans

16:02  Defining Success in Campaigns

20:05  Campaigns with Unexpected Results

24:30  Encouraging Play within Adults

28:07  Crowdsourcing New Product Ideas

33:17  Creator and Influencer Partnerships

37:50  LEGO’s Brainstorming Process

45:18  Parting Advice

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For more on topics covered in this episode:

View LEGO Content on Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | LEGO Ideas

LEGO Fans’ Product Ideas 

LEGO Collaborations: Target | Adidas All-Star

Carolina Panthers’ 2022 Schedule Release

Episode 105: Storytelling and Personifying a Brand Voice w/ Amie Kiehn 


Connect with James on Twitter and LinkedIn


Tags

Adidas All-Star, brand strategy, content, creative, creator economy, customer experience, fan engagement, fan experience, fandom, LEGO, strategy, target


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