In the age of Digital Media, with all its online sources and playback TV, you may think advertising on live TV isn’t the force it once was. Although live TV competes with these different avenues of entertainment, it remains an extremely powerful medium.
The following Thinkbox charts highlight the significant reasons for this and when combined with test budgets that range from £20K to £40K, it is a low risk, manageable and of course accountable strategy. There has never been a better time to test TV. Despite competition from online and other streams of advertising, TV has the lion’s share of ad viewing time with a dominant 95%.
In terms of how adults spend their ‘media day’, no other medium comes close to TV, with TV being over 1/3 of the average adult consumption – this compares to press at 3% and magazines at 1%!
Not only does TV command the top spot in ad viewing time but it is also shown to be the most enjoyed form of advertising. Unlike online ads, which consumers can feel to be intrusive and cold, TV ads are seen as positive and can be more emotive. For this reason avoidance is low and it also means you have far more control over the information you wish to pass on to the consumer – you can’t make them read certain aspects of your ad, or even look at it in the newspaper, but having someone’s attention for 30/60/90 seconds is something that is hard to replicate with any other medium in a positive way.
Finally let’s talk profitability. TV is highly efficient and according to research carried out by Thinkbox it delivers a stronger ROI than all other mediums. One of the reasons TV is so effective is because it has the highest headroom for spend –you can deliver more volume on TV, because of its scale and popularity, before your spend becomes inefficient.
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At AJ we base our whole business model around attribution and our clients’ results prove how effective this approach is.
When we start working with a client, we strongly encourage them to take this philosophy on board. To unlock the full roll-out potential of print media, it is crucial to have a strong understanding of where your sales come from. This understanding is garnered directly from results and assumptions of customer habits can hinder this process.
We started working with Charles Tyrwhitt last year and though they were well experienced in offering discount codes, we felt that obstacles were created for their customers in the way these codes were used in their ads. They had a mechanism in place which required consumers to type in a unique URL to access their offers. The thought process was that the customer would have saved the ad with the URL. However, we believed this was causing them to miss out on orders. We felt this was purely because the majority of customers would actually use Google Search to find Charles Tyrwhitt, which would instead take them to the homepage and therefore not allow access to the offers.
After suggesting a different approach to Charles Tyrwhitt, they agreed to test a code at checkout via the main site and the results now speak for themselves. Times Magazine sales increased by a whopping 415%. Metro sales also saw a phenomenal growth, up by 375%. These results have now put press firmly back on the plan for Charles Tyrwhitt in 2019.
To hear more about how AJ’s insights can deliver serious gains, contact Lesley Bowman on 01225 758222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Like clouds heavy with rain and the brightness of a summer sky, our lives are made up of both darkness and light. When life throws some darkness our way, it can be hard to see through the clouds however, it’s at times like these that the best of us knuckle down and make sacrifices to do something positive and serve as an inspiration to others. Recently, AJ’s own Alice Buttling received some desperately sad news. Her step-sister Becky, who having fought breast cancer and been in remission for two years, was told that the cancer had returned and that it is so aggressive it is incurable.
Facing this diagnosis with awe-inspiring bravery and selflessness, Becky is determined to fight on. In emulation of Becky’s courage and resilience Alice has taken up a mighty challenge in a bid to raise money for Becky’s chosen charity, The Dorset County Hospital Charity.
Alice has set herself the goal of running every day in 2019, come rain or shine, with a target distance of 500 miles. Completing this Herculean task, alongside duties as a single mum of three and Agency MD, will be a truly impressive feat and one worthy of sponsorship. So many of us have felt the cruel touch of Cancer in our lives or witnessed it in the lives of our friends and family – not surprising given the fact there are more than 360,000 new reported cases in the UK every year.
If you would like to offer your support you can donate by visiting Alice’s JustGiving page below and follow her progress via Facebook. Alice has Attinger Jack cheering her on, along with her many other supporters and we hope many of you will also show your support for this exceptionally deserving cause.
We know you can do it Alice!
Alice’s Just Giving Page:
Learn more about The Dorset County Hospital Charity visit here – http://www.dchft.nhs.uk/charity/Pages/home.aspx
With more and more channels available these days, it is vital to determine which channels can yield the best results.
When it comes to planning a TV campaign, we always aim for a mix of targeted channels. It is important to diversify, so we select a variety of channels, ranging from those with larger viewing figures to drive volume, to much smaller channels to build frequency. Our balanced and cost-effective strategy delivers proven results in terms of response but also positively impacts the performance of all other mediums, building awareness as a by-product.
We have identified Smithsonian, a new channel launching in February, as a great fit for a number of our clients. Named in homage of the Smithsonian Institute – a collection of some of the world’s greatest museums – it will provide “award-winning programming that shines new light on popular genres such as air and space, history, science, nature and pop culture”. Targeting ABC1 professional males over the age of fifty, we see a great deal of potential in this platform for our clients, so watch this space.
At AJ, we are always willing to test new avenues in a bid to deliver great results and with our Adalyser software for TV, we’ll know exactly which channels are working for our clients and tailor our strategies accordingly.
To find out more about how AJ can target your customers via TV, contact Lesley Bowman on 01225 758222 or email email@example.com.