Noom Breaks Into New Markets
Via Content Partnership
With The Independent
As a global health and fitness company, Noom helps its customers achieve their weight loss goals through its award-winning program and associated mobile app. Noom users can achieve sustained success by leveraging the programming to build healthy habits.
In addition to the mobile app and tailorable programming, Noom also provides clients with bespoke packages. Noom lays the foundation for healthier living by teaching clients how to adopt lasting behavioral changes.
267% increase in year-over-year sign-ups
2,600+UK enrollments over 2021
17,000clicks generated over 2021
Noom, a global health and fitness company providing an award-winning weight-loss program, had established a strong foothold in the U.S. health and fitness market. However, Noom’s brand awareness was not as robust in other target markets, particularly within the United Kingdom.
Noom leadership wanted to expand its presence in this viable market by building brand awareness and increasing customer acquisition. To accomplish this, they needed to differentiate themselves from run-of-the-mill health and fitness programs by demonstrating the uniqueness of their solution.
The team concluded that forging a partnership with a regional organization would allow the client to achieve its goals more expediently. They leveraged an existing positive relationship with The Independent – whose huge online audience closely aligned with Noom’s target demographic – to negotiate exposure through a hybrid payment model.
Via the Partner Hub, Noom provided The Independent with fresh and captivating branded content (e.g., testimonials, product information), imagery, and campaign messaging. The Independent leveraged a multifaceted promotional approach to incorporate Noom content into newsletters and social media promotions and routed native traffic to on-site materials.
As a result, The Independent became a top-3 partner for Noom; and, based on the program’s success, Noom expanded the program to include The Evening Standard.