Netflix doesn’t have ads, but it’s working with brands in many other ways. Here’s what we know about its marketing efforts and partners.

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Netflix still isn’t interested in entering the advertising business.

But the streaming giant is working with brands in other non-traditional ways to promote its original programming and platform.

Netflix solicited dozens of marketing tie-ins with major brands including Coca-Cola, Baskin-Robbins, and Burger King, to promote the third season of “Stranger Things.” It’s pursuing similar deals for other tentpole originals.

So far, Netflix isn’t using these deals to build a meaningful new revenue stream.

The partnerships are testing people’s appetites for bigger Netflix franchises that extend beyond its platform, as well as giving Netflix a presence in marketing channels that it can’t buy its way into, like retail spaces.

Below is a list of stories Business Insider has published that give a peek into Netflix’s marketing strategy and relationships with brands, as well as what its competition is up to. The stories are organised by topic.

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Netflix’s partnership strategy

The team shaping its work with brands

Netflix and advertising

The competition