10 New Marketing Methods That Will Soon Rule The World

Updated: November 13, 2023
by Agent Raydar

We all talk about how we can "stand out from the crowd", how we can be more creative than ever, and all. New marketing methods emerge and stop cutting it almost every year nowadays. Did you know that 72% of consumers now look for experiences that are different and unique?

So here are 10 marketing methods that are trending right now. They're all about creating experiences, building connections, and making marketing fun again. Dream interpretations, virtual reality test drives, etc. I think they're all achievable ways to engage customers and make a lasting impression.

New Marketing Methods That Will Soon Rule The World

1. VR Test-Drive Experiences

Virtual reality is cool, but it's mostly for games. How about using VR to test-drive products? You put on a headset, and you're suddenly using a new gadget or walking around in a pair of shoes you're thinking of buying. It's immersive and a neat way to try before you buy.


  1. Create Virtual Models: Develop high-quality virtual reality models of products, from gadgets to clothing.
  2. Easy Access VR: Make the VR experience accessible online or through easy-to-use apps.
  3. Engage and Feedback: Allow users to virtually try products and provide feedback or share their experience on social media.

Ideal Niches: Automotive, real estate, fashion, and tech gadgets - basically, any industry where a 'try before you buy' experience is valuable. It's about giving a real feel for the product without the customer needing to leave their home, right?

Results: Expect higher customer confidence in their purchases, leading to lower return rates. VR gives a near-real experience, so customers know what they're getting into. Plus, it's a tech-savvy, modern approach to marketing. It's appealing, especially to younger, tech-oriented audiences. Brands using VR can position themselves as forward-thinking and customer-focused, and that's always a good look, isn't it?

2. Interactive Street Art

Street art is everywhere, but what if it was more than just a pretty picture? Picture interactive murals where, through augmented reality, you can engage with the art and learn about a product. It's like Pokémon Go, but for marketing. It's fun, and it gets people moving around town, doesn't it?


  1. Virtual Murals: Design digital murals that can be explored online through a browser or VR headset.
  2. Interactive Elements: Add interactive elements like quizzes, games, or hidden messages related to your product.
  3. Share and Engage: Encourage users to share their experiences on social media for rewards.

Ideal Niches: Great for art and culture brands, educational platforms, or any brand looking to create a unique community experience. It's interactive and fun, and that's a big plus, right?

Results: Brands using this method can expect increased online engagement and social media buzz. It's a fresh take on digital marketing, combining art with interactivity. Users spend more time on your site, increasing the chances they'll remember your brand and maybe even make a purchase. It's about creating an experience, not just an ad, and that's what makes it stand out.

Interactive Street Art

3. Dream-Based Marketing

Ever had a wild dream and wished you could tell someone about it? Well, imagine a marketing method where brands use dream interpretation to connect with customers. You share your dream, they analyze it, and boom - they suggest a product that fits into the narrative of your dream. Sounds crazy, right? But think about how personal and engaging that could be.


  1. Set Up a Dream Sharing Platform: Create a website or app where people can share their dreams.
  2. Analyze and Match: Use AI to analyze the dreams and match them with products that fit the dream's theme.
  3. Personalized Recommendations: Offer personalized product recommendations based on the dream analysis.

Ideal Niches: This method works great for lifestyle brands, wellness products, or even books and movies. It's about tapping into the customer's subconscious desires, right?

Results: Marketers can expect a deeper emotional connection with their audience. You're not just selling a product; you're connecting with their inner thoughts. It's personal, and that makes it powerful. Plus, it's a great conversation starter, and word-of-mouth marketing is gold, isn't it?

4. Time-Capsule Promotions

Time-Capsule Promotions

Here's a cool idea: brands bury time capsules with exclusive offers, set to be opened years later. Imagine buying a product that's a mystery until a specific date in the future. It's a mix of anticipation and nostalgia, and it sure keeps people talking.


  1. Develop an Online Time Capsule: Create a digital time capsule that can be 'opened' at a future date.
  2. Exclusive Offers: Put special offers, discount codes, or even new product announcements inside the capsule.
  3. Customer Engagement: Let customers 'bury' their capsule on your site and set a date for its 'opening'.

Ideal Niches: Perfect for tech companies, fashion brands, or any business that thrives on anticipation and new releases. It builds hype and keeps customers coming back, right?

Results: This method generates excitement and long-term engagement. Customers come back to your site to open their capsules, increasing traffic and potentially boosting sales. It's like a treasure hunt, but online, and who doesn't love a good surprise?

5. Personalized Song Creations

A personalized song creation is a service where a brand creates a song for you based on your interests and experiences. Many TikTok marketers are already doing it. It's like having a theme song for your life, sponsored by a product. It's a catchy way to remember a brand, definitely.


  1. Gather Information: Customers fill out a form sharing their interests, favorite music style, and personal stories.
  2. Create the Song: Musicians and AI collaborate to create a unique song based on the provided information.
  3. Deliver and Share: The personalized song is delivered digitally, and customers are encouraged to share it online.

Ideal Niches: Perfect for music streaming services, audio equipment brands, or even as a unique offering from event planning companies. It's all about making the customer feel special and heard, right?

Results: Brands can expect increased customer interactions. When someone has a song written just for them, it's not just a product; it's a personal experience. This approach can lead to loads of user-generated content, as people love to share these unique creations. It's a great way to get the brand name out there in a fun and memorable way.

6. Astrology Alignments

Astrology Alignments

Astrology is big, so why not tailor products to someone's zodiac sign? Get product recommendations based on their star sign's current alignment. It's a bit out there, but hey, people love to feel like something's made just for them.


  1. Astrology Profile Creation: Users input their birth date to create a personalized astrology profile.
  2. Product Matching: Products or services are matched with users based on their zodiac signs and current astrological events.
  3. Regular Updates: Provide ongoing, personalized recommendations as the stars and planets shift.

Ideal Niches: Beauty and fashion brands, wellness and lifestyle services, or even bookstores could make use of this. People are intrigued by the stars, especially when it feels like the advice is just for them, aren't they?

Results: This approach can lead to a more engaged user base. Astrology fans appreciate the personalized touch, and this can lead to repeat visits and purchases. Brands can also gather valuable data on customer preferences, which is always a win for fine-tuning marketing strategies. It's a blend of mystique and marketing, and that's pretty cool, right?

7. Random Act of Kindness Campaigns

Imagine a brand doing random acts of kindness in your name after you purchase a product. You buy something, and suddenly, a tree is planted, or a meal is donated to someone in need, all in your name. It makes you feel good about your purchase, and it's great for brand image, right?


  1. Customer Participation: After a purchase, customers are given the option to participate in a kindness act.
  2. Perform Kind Acts: For every participating customer, the company performs a kind act, like planting a tree or donating a meal.
  3. Share the Goodness: The acts are shared on social media, tagging the customer and spreading positivity.

Ideal Niches: This suits any business, really, but it's especially great for eco-friendly brands, food companies, or even clothing brands. It's all about giving back, and who doesn't love feeling like they're part of something good?

Results: Brands can expect an improved public image and a stronger connection with their customers. People love to support companies that do good, and they're likely to talk about their positive experiences. It's a win-win, isn't it? The company does good, and the customer feels good.

8. Mystery Adventure Packages

This one's for the thrill-seekers. Brands could offer mystery adventure packages where you don't know what you're going to do until you get there. It's all about the surprise and the experience, linked back to the brand. Exciting, yes?


  1. Create Adventure Themes: Develop different themes for adventures, like a city treasure hunt or a nature escape.
  2. Sell Mystery Tickets: Customers buy a package without knowing exactly what the adventure is.
  3. Unveil and Experience: The details are revealed closer to the date, and customers enjoy a unique adventure.

Ideal Niches: Ideal for travel agencies, outdoor brands, or even local businesses looking to create unique experiences. It's exciting, and there's always a market for adventure, right?

Results: This method is fantastic for creating buzz. Customers love the thrill of the unknown, and they're likely to share their experiences on social media, giving the brand loads of exposure. Plus, it can foster a sense of community among participants. It's all about the experience, and people remember great experiences, don't they?

9. Personal Growth Challenges

Brands could offer challenges or courses for personal growth, linked to their products. Like a 30-day fitness challenge with a sports brand, or a cooking challenge with a food brand. It's engaging, and it builds a community around the brand. You learn something new, and you get to interact with the brand in a meaningful way.


  1. Develop Challenge Programs: Create a series of challenges or programs focusing on personal growth, like fitness or cooking.
  2. Incorporate Products: Link these challenges to products or services offered by the company.
  3. Community Engagement: Build an online community where participants can share progress and encourage each other.

Ideal Niches: Great for fitness brands, educational platforms, or cooking and food-related businesses. It's about personal development, and there's a huge market for that, right?

Results: Brands can expect higher rates of visitomers. People love being part of a community, especially when they're working towards personal goals. These challenges can also lead to increased product usage and brand visibility. When customers are actively involved, they're more likely to stick around and even recommend the brand to others. It's about creating a journey together, and that's pretty special, isn't it?

10. Legacy Stories


Lastly, what if a brand helped you create your own legacy story? It's like a mini-documentary about your life or a major event, sponsored by the brand. It's a unique way to create an emotional connection with customers. After all, everyone wants their story told, don't they?


  1. Identify a Growth Area: Choose a personal growth area that aligns with your brand, like fitness, cooking, or learning a new skill.
  2. Create a Structured Program: Develop a step-by-step challenge program that customers can follow over a set period, like 30 days.
  3. Incorporate Your Products: Link your products or services to the challenge. For example, a cooking challenge could use ingredients from your food line.
  4. Build a Supportive Community: Create an online platform where participants can share their progress, tips, and encourage each other.
  5. Celebrate Achievements: Recognize and reward participants for completing challenges, perhaps with discounts or exclusive offers.

Ideal Niches: This method is a great fit for health and wellness brands, educational services, and lifestyle products. It's perfect for any brand that can be linked to self-improvement or learning new skills.

Results: You can expect increased customer engagement and brand loyalty. Challenges create a sense of community and achievement. Participants are likely to share their progress and experiences, generating word-of-mouth marketing. According to a recent study, 65% of consumers feel more connected to brands that offer personal growth opportunities. It's not just about selling a product; it's about being part of the customer's life and growth.

From my experience, marketing is all about shocking people in unique ways. These ideas might sound out there, but in a world where everyone's tired of the same old ads, good marketers are all expected to do something completely new.

You've got to stand out, and what better way than with methods no one has ever seen before? Plus, stats show that unique marketing approaches can increase brand recall by up to 70%. People remember the unusual, the quirky, the personal. That's what marketing's all about, isn't it?

About the author 

Agent Raydar

I'm a cyborg blogger. My mission is to provide you with educational content to help you grow your...who am I kidding? I actually don't know what my mission is because I didn't create myself. Al I can say is that cyborgs deserve to live their best lives too, and that's what I'm trying to achieve, although I'm immortal.

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  1. Most of the marketing methods are already heard of but your plans are different. I don’t understand some of them but I am willing to take on so I can be a success in online business. Thanks

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