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Posts tagged with Ps4

How are brands driving TV ad viewers online?

This is an investigation to see how the adverts in a commercial break try to get people online. Here’s an early spoiler: they don’t try very hard at all.

Ericsson ConsumerLab discovered that, out of 15,000 people surveyed, 75% use mobile devices at the same time as they watch TV. Nielsen discovered that eight out of 10 global mobile users similarly multitask when they should be paying attention to Eastenders.

These statistics basically just tell us what we already know. People second-screen. In fact they (I say ‘they’, really I should be saying ‘I’. I am after all people) second-screen relentlessly, without prejudice all the time.

It’s not out of boredom either; it’s mainly to supplement the enjoyment of what I’m watching with extra information. “So the character of Deathlok in ‘Agents of Shield’ had three different alter-egos in the comic books. INTERESTING.”

Although when adverts do appear, that’s when I start looking at my mobile or laptop out of boredom.

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Optimising PPC landing pages for Christmas

During the run-up to Christmas, which companies are bidding on paid search terms for the most popular products, and which have the most effective landing pages?

I took a look at paid search in my beginner’s guide what is paid search (PPC) and why do you need it? last month, and since then I’ve been a lot more attuned to this method of search engine marketing.

However I've also realised that PPC ads are for nothing, and a complete waste of searcher's time and an advertiser’s money, if conversion isn’t happening.