1. Respect the audience.
Before telling farmers that Pioneer had changed, we needed to acknowledge that farming had changed, too. Today’s farmers are astute businesspeople who run enterprise-level operations in the most complex industry on earth.
2. Create a state-of-the-art website.
To showcase a reenergized Pioneer, we reimagined what an ag website could be. We created a site heavy with computer graphics to take farmers behind-the-seeds to learn about Pioneer’s game-changing R&D. The groundbreaking experience earned “Website of the Year” from awwwards.com. Not just among ag websites: “Corn Revolution” won best of all websites.
3. Assert our credentials.
We wanted to show Pioneer’s commanding role in R&D advances at a glance, instantly and impactfully.
4. Harness the power of imagination.
During planting and harvest, farmers listen to a lot of radio. So, we used radio’s theater of the mind to transport them to the research labs and test plots all across the country that make Pioneer, Pioneer.
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