What are you willing to pay to reach those hard-to-herd millennials?

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Traditional media may not be able to reach the younger generation you’re trying to engage, but online radio (Pandora, Spotify) and smart TV (Roku, AppleTV, Xbox, Hulu, Amazon basic, etc.) are strategic ways to supplement traditional spending with online spending.

These tactics can be highly targeted, effective with high click through rates (CTRs) and you can tie them back to ROI with good reporting.

Is the investment is worth the engagement? That depends on client’s goals. Keep in mind:

  • Cover traditional media first—online, radio and smart TV are designed to supplement local media
  • These elements can provide a direct link to your website/webpage with great CTRs
  • Engagements don’t necessarily equate to increased sales/action
  • Great on-air spots don’t always translate directly to online success

Also, consider the benefits:

  • Geo-target a market to zip codes in many situations
  • Contextual radio targeting using format type, listener, interests, etc.
  • Contextual radio targeting using genres of programming, specific programming, viewer, interests, etc.
  • Detailed reporting capabilities—CTRs, impressions, etc.—to relate back to ROI
  • Can target specific dates and times as they apply to your business.

For more information, you can reach our Media Director, Tamara Green.

TamaraGreen@AcrobatAnt.com

 

AcrobatAnt Marketing & Advertising
AcrobatAnt.com
1336 East 15th Street Tulsa, OK 74120
918-938-7912

Facebook Rolls Out New Ad Offerings, Dumps Others

Fidji Simo, product manager at Facebook, announced on Friday that the social network giant will be simplifying the ad products that are available to marketers. After gathering feedback from marketers, one message that seemed to resonate was that there are too many products that accomplish the same goal.

Facebook announced that new ad products will start with business goals, the same way a person would when working with a marketer. “Our vision is that over time, an advertiser can come to Facebook and tell us what they are trying to achieve, and our ads tools will automatically suggest the right combination of products to help them achieve it,” Simo wrote.

Currently, Facebook offers 27 ad units, many of which are redundant in that they accomplish the same goals. Some of the ad offerings that will be eliminated are:

  • The Questions product for Pages
  • The online Offer product
  • Redundant sponsored stories
  • Inconsistent ad displays

 

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Marketers can begin to see these changes over the next couple of months. The new ad offerings should streamline the marketing process on Facebook and drive the results the marketers want.

To see Facebook’s release, visit https://newsroom.fb.com/News/620/An-Update-on-Facebook-Ads. Do you think these new ad offerings will increase your business’ ROI from Facebook ads?