With People Stuck at Home, Kangaroo's $20 Doorbell Camera Can Protect Families from Themselves
As the migration back to home by employees and students shapes up to be more of a long-term proposition, a battle to protect personal space has emerged. Kangaroo, the leader in accessible, customizable home security technology, might just have the perfect solution with its new and instantly-popular $20 Kangaroo Doorbell Camera - the most affordable doorbell in smart home security. The Doorbell Camera, which quickly became one of Indiegogo’s most popular products, seems to be helping some people safeguard doors inside their homes. And based on consumer feedback, Kangaroo is now kicking off a campaign that dramatizes use cases like the Parent's Bedroom Doorbell Camera, the Bathroom Doorbell Camera, the Man Cave, Walk-in Closet, Basement, Teen Room, and of course the Doghouse Doorbell Camera, are all part of this new series. Kanagroo will be engaging influencers, doing a PR push, and leveraging social media to showcase how its new $20 Doorbell Camera can be put to good use on just about any door.
“Kangaroo customers have always found creative ways to use our security products, but we never thought we’d be protecting families from themselves,” said Bob Stohrer, chief marketing office at Kangaroo. “But at just $20 for our new Doorbell Camera, why stop at the front door?”
According to CNBC/Change Research survey, 42% of respondents say they are currently working from home (9% pre-Covid) and 24% say they’d like to work either entirely or more from home compared to before. Further, 60% of workers responded that they were either as productive or even more productive while working from home instead of the office.
Furthermore, Global Workplace Analytics estimates that we will see 25-30% of the workforce working at home on a multiple-days-a-week basis by the end of 2021.
Kangaroo's playful "For $20, Why Stop at the Front Door?" campaign kicks off next week.