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Millennials Don’t ‘Do’ Direct Response (and Other Lies)

By Robert Ian French, President

Wow! According to recent population data, Millennials have officially overtaken Baby Boomers as the largest living generation in North America.

Speaking as a direct marketer, this is great news.
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Facebook Advertising Tips for the Direct Marketer

By Amy Cosgrave, Digital Marketing Specialist

Facebook has always been an attractive place for direct marketers. In the last year, it has become downright friendly, with optimized ad units and new ad targeting products designed specifically for direct response. […]

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‘Choice’ Is a Four-Letter Word in Direct Response

By Anna Fowles, Vice President, Client Services

I happen to be a Rush fan. Their music is incredible, but what I really love are the lyrics. One of their songs, Freewill, has the line, “If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice. […]

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DRTV: The Truth About Reach, Frequency and Impressions

By Rebecca Barr, Vice President, U.S. Media

ReachNot too long ago, performance indicators such as reach, frequency and CPM were commonly used to ensure a reasonable degree of success for brand campaigns—and were not considered to be your typical direct response tools. With audiences consuming TV differently, does that change the way we view audience quantification? Eyeballs are great and can be useful, but they don’t guarantee success.

Today’s TV landscape is vastly different and changing faster than ever before; these sands are continuing to shift every day. In the past, direct response advertisers only cared if the phone rang. These days, those same advertisers are less dependent on driving sales to a call center, and instead, rely more on drive-to-web, retail and app downloads.

In DR, response is still paramount.

Things like cord fraying and cord cutting have changed the way television is consumed. Linear TV is still alive and well, but it is now a slice of the pie—not the whole pie—and needs to be considered alongside things like aggregated local cable, over-the-top content (OTT) and video-on-demand among other platforms. Direct response television campaigns of yesteryear (well, yester-2010) were typically more focused on the amount of frequency they were getting on each station instead of how many eyeballs they were hitting with their message. Today, there are still elements of the old guard-buying spots with no eye on audience—but response is eroding because the audience is eroding. Those who remain are distracted.

As TV consumption evolves, so too must the way that DRTV media is tracked (see: cross-channel attribution). At the end of the day, response is still king. Weekly and daily tracking of results and optimization remain the same and impressions play almost no role in that regard.

While typical DRTV campaigns (those without a specific brand objective) do not have goals for GRP levels, reach or frequency, having a strategy around impression load is useful, and not only in cases where there is no historical data to rely on in the planning process.

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