Dec 22, 2018
In episode #874, we discuss key
marketing lessons we learned from the Red Bull vs. Monster Energy
beverage war. Tune in to hear what lessons can be derived from this
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TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
- [00:27] Today’s Topic:
Key Marketing Lessons Learned
From Red Bull Vs. Monster Energy Drink
- [00:55] Red Bull isn’t just a
drink, but a brand.
- [01:03] A few years ago, they
had a man ride a balloon near the Earth’s atmosphere and
- [01:26] Red Bull got $100
Million in earned media from this stunt and their stock price
- [01:40] Red Bull focuses on a
simple product and extreme marketing.
- [02:00] Red Bull is all about
building a community.
- [02:45] They love putting their
logo on cars, teams, etc.
- [03:15] Monster is smaller.
They came from Hanson Juices.
- [03:45] They rebranded from
Hanson Energy to Monster Energy.
- [04:05] Red Bull owns 43% of
the market share, while Monster owns 39%.
- [04:15] What works for one, may
not work for another.
- [04:30] Consider that what
works for your competitors may not work for you.
- [04:35] Use last-mover’s
advantage: find the gaps in the market and fill them
- [05:20] 5 Hour Energy Drink
looked at the market and filled in the gaps.
- [05:40] 5 Hour Energy is
marketed towards 9-5er’s.
- [06:00] That’s it for
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