WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment)
iThinkMedia provide Search Marketing, Display Advertising and Mobile advertising solutions to the biggest Global wrestling brand in several continents and languages.
Our marketing goals for WWE are based around raising brand awareness of their box office TV events
and live tours to the WWE Universe.
We use a combination of Search Engine Marketing, Facebook advertising, online display advertising and mobile advertising to not only raise brand awareness but to target a specific audience based on interests and demographics.
Helping WWE Break Records…
Wrestlemania XXVIII was the biggest WWE event in history with 1.3 million pay per view subscriptions and seen by an estimated 4 million people worldwide.
iThinkMedia targeted audiences across Europe, Australasia, South America and Mexico using a range of media on Search Engines, YouTube, Facebook and Desktop and Mobile targeted display campaigns.
In total iThinkMedia achieved over 425 million impressions and drove over 1 million visitors to WWE.com in a 4 week period.
WWE Events Promoted by iThinkMedia
Survivor Series 2012- UK, Germany, New Zealand, Australia & Mexico
Summer Slam 2012- UK, Germany, Italy & Australia
Extreme Rules 2012- UK Only
WrestleMania 28 - UK, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Brazil, Italy and Germany
Royal Rumble 2012 - UK, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Brazil, Italy and Germany
WrestleMania Revenge Tour 2011- Belgium – targeted French, English and Dutch speaking
Abu Dhabi RAW Live Tour 2011- United Arab Emirates
TLC 2011- UK, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Brazil, Italy and Germany
Survivor Series - UK, Australia, Germany and Italy
UK Tour 2011 - UK Only
Hell in a Cell 2011- UK only
Summer Slam 2011 - Australia & New Zealand
“iThinkMedia have doubled the effectiveness of our marketing budget compared to our previous agency. They have handled our global online advertising with ease and played a major part in making Wrestlemania XXVIII our most successful event in history.”
Toby Feldman – Marketing Director, WWE Corp.