Tuesday , October 24 2017

Pepsi kicks off a new #SayItWithPepsi Campaign complete with PepsiMoji keyboard

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People purchasing cubes of their favourite Pepsi will have noticed a new promotion, with Pepsi delving into Emoji. They’ve launched a new campaign under the #SAYITWITHPEPSI hashtag in Australia, Russia, Canada and Thailand.

While a new packaging with emoji is exciting…it’s Android we’re looking at and as part of the campaign Pepsi has released an Emoji Keyboard Android app. The app acts like other emoji keyboards we’ve seen, with emoji able to be pasted into any app that accepts input.

All up there are 35 Pepsimoji included in the app, with designs that cover ‘summer love and sunglasses to BBQ’s, football, cricket and surfing’.

The campaign isn’t just an Emoji Keyboard you can also win stuff! There’s two competitions, firstly Pepsi are giving away $500 Cash for the 10 best selifes taken with their PepsiMoji packs. To enter tag your selfie with #sayitwithpepsi & @pepsiaustralia on Instagram or enter it in the comments on their Facebook page – and as always, check the terms and conditions before entering.

The second competition involves you buying Pepsi. Look for the limited edition Gold coloured cans – there’s 5 – to win $10,000 or you can win Urban Ears headphones.

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PepsiCo Australia & New Zealand Marketing Director Jenni Dill said,

With two billion global smartphone users sending six billion emojis daily, we’re thrilled to have our iconic brand bring a unique take to this truly global phenomenon. ‘Say it with Pepsi’ will come to life in the real world in the most unexpected ways, moving beyond the digital world into the physical world.

If you want to try out the PepsiMoji app, it’s free to download from Google Play, so head over and see what you think.

The app was not found in the store. 🙁
 
Source: Google Play.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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