Kitchen specialist, Dream Doors, is reaping the rewards of AJ’s media plan broadening their advertising spend.
Last year we featured our new client, Dream Doors, in Frequency or coverage: which is best, debating the merits of broadening rather than narrowing media spend.
Dream Doors had been disappointed their results were not hitting targets after booking into the Daily Mail exclusively. Our plan expanded their reach to see them test 12 titles. We’ve tested six sizes in different sections and positions, from advertorials to outside back covers, with a range of creative.
We test ‘newspapers’ as a sector, not just one title. This approach enables us to reach a much broader audience and establish the key target groups through low risk testing and learning. We have already improved attribution by incentivising codes and are beginning to build a picture to roll out further this year. Early results are encouraging with cost per lead, even prior to maturity, 25% lower than when using the Daily Mail alone. And web traffic has increased by 50%, hitting a new record for hits in one day at the end of January.
We are now applying the same principle to television. Previously, Dream Doors had restricted their spend to ITV3 alone. Our plan sees them air on 15 channels, selected for their ABC1 45+ profile. We’ll be reporting back as we see their results mature.
To discover how coverage can out-perform frequency in your media plan, contact Lesley Bowman on 01225 758222 or email@example.com.