With the advent of social media, more and more brands are launching their own April Fool’s pranks in an attempt to get some free publicity. While many attract media coverage, it is unlikely that the brands enjoy much of a tangible result from them.
However, they can be good for building brand awareness, according to Laura Bergin, marketing manager for Dublin department store Clerys, which has a great track record in tricking fools...
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