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What Advertising Actually Works?

Advertising Age just published an article entitled Young Consumers Switch Media 27 Times An Hour. In it, the author writes: “It’s every advertiser’s worst nightmare: consumers so distracted by a dizzying array of media choices that they no longer notice the commercials supporting them. And its time might be closer than you think. A recent study found that consumers in their 20s (‘digital natives’) switch media venues about 27 times per nonworking hour – the equivalent of more than 13 times during a standard half-hour TV show.”

Marketers are flummoxed. If these consumers aren’t consuming their ad messages, if they surf away, avoid or – horrors! – ignore the messages, how can they be reached by marketers? Here’s a thought: reach them when they want to be reached. Reach them when they are in search-and-buy mode. Reach them in-store.

Marketers who invest in the only space where the money, the motivation and the products co-exist tend to sell more product. Duh.

What Advertising Actually Works?

Advertising Age just published an article entitled Young Consumers Switch Media 27 Times An Hour. In it, the author writes: “It’s every advertiser’s worst nightmare: consumers so distracted by a dizzying array of media choices that they no longer notice the commercials supporting them. And its time might be closer than you think. A recent study found that consumers in their 20s (‘digital natives’) switch media venues about 27 times per nonworking hour – the equivalent of more than 13 times during a standard half-hour TV show.”

Marketers are flummoxed. If these consumers aren’t consuming their ad messages, if they surf away, avoid or – horrors! – ignore the messages, how can they be reached by marketers? Here’s a thought: reach them when they want to be reached. Reach them when they are in search-and-buy mode. Reach them in-store.

Marketers who invest in the only space where the money, the motivation and the products co-exist tend to sell more product. Duh.

What Advertising Actually Works?

Advertising Age just published an article entitled Young Consumers Switch Media 27 Times An Hour. In it, the author writes: “It’s every advertiser’s worst nightmare: consumers so distracted by a dizzying array of media choices that they no longer notice the commercials supporting them. And its time might be closer than you think. A recent study found that consumers in their 20s (‘digital natives’) switch media venues about 27 times per nonworking hour – the equivalent of more than 13 times during a standard half-hour TV show.”

Marketers are flummoxed. If these consumers aren’t consuming their ad messages, if they surf away, avoid or – horrors! – ignore the messages, how can they be reached by marketers? Here’s a thought: reach them when they want to be reached. Reach them when they are in search-and-buy mode. Reach them in-store.

Marketers who invest in the only space where the money, the motivation and the products co-exist tend to sell more product. Duh.

What Advertising Actually Works?

Advertising Age just published an article entitled Young Consumers Switch Media 27 Times An Hour. In it, the author writes: “It’s every advertiser’s worst nightmare: consumers so distracted by a dizzying array of media choices that they no longer notice the commercials supporting them. And its time might be closer than you think. A recent study found that consumers in their 20s (‘digital natives’) switch media venues about 27 times per nonworking hour – the equivalent of more than 13 times during a standard half-hour TV show.”

Marketers are flummoxed. If these consumers aren’t consuming their ad messages, if they surf away, avoid or – horrors! – ignore the messages, how can they be reached by marketers? Here’s a thought: reach them when they want to be reached. Reach them when they are in search-and-buy mode. Reach them in-store.

Marketers who invest in the only space where the money, the motivation and the products co-exist tend to sell more product. Duh.

What Advertising Actually Works?

Advertising Age just published an article entitled Young Consumers Switch Media 27 Times An Hour. In it, the author writes: “It’s every advertiser’s worst nightmare: consumers so distracted by a dizzying array of media choices that they no longer notice the commercials supporting them. And its time might be closer than you think. A recent study found that consumers in their 20s (‘digital natives’) switch media venues about 27 times per nonworking hour – the equivalent of more than 13 times during a standard half-hour TV show.”

Marketers are flummoxed. If these consumers aren’t consuming their ad messages, if they surf away, avoid or – horrors! – ignore the messages, how can they be reached by marketers? Here’s a thought: reach them when they want to be reached. Reach them when they are in search-and-buy mode. Reach them in-store.

Marketers who invest in the only space where the money, the motivation and the products co-exist tend to sell more product. Duh.

What Advertising Actually Works?

Advertising Age just published an article entitled Young Consumers Switch Media 27 Times An Hour. In it, the author writes: “It’s every advertiser’s worst nightmare: consumers so distracted by a dizzying array of media choices that they no longer notice the commercials supporting them. And its time might be closer than you think. A recent study found that consumers in their 20s (‘digital natives’) switch media venues about 27 times per nonworking hour – the equivalent of more than 13 times during a standard half-hour TV show.”

Marketers are flummoxed. If these consumers aren’t consuming their ad messages, if they surf away, avoid or – horrors! – ignore the messages, how can they be reached by marketers? Here’s a thought: reach them when they want to be reached. Reach them when they are in search-and-buy mode. Reach them in-store.

Marketers who invest in the only space where the money, the motivation and the products co-exist tend to sell more product. Duh.

What Advertising Actually Works?

Advertising Age just published an article entitled Young Consumers Switch Media 27 Times An Hour. In it, the author writes: “It’s every advertiser’s worst nightmare: consumers so distracted by a dizzying array of media choices that they no longer notice the commercials supporting them. And its time might be closer than you think. A recent study found that consumers in their 20s (‘digital natives’) switch media venues about 27 times per nonworking hour – the equivalent of more than 13 times during a standard half-hour TV show.”

Marketers are flummoxed. If these consumers aren’t consuming their ad messages, if they surf away, avoid or – horrors! – ignore the messages, how can they be reached by marketers? Here’s a thought: reach them when they want to be reached. Reach them when they are in search-and-buy mode. Reach them in-store.

Marketers who invest in the only space where the money, the motivation and the products co-exist tend to sell more product. Duh.

What Advertising Actually Works?

Advertising Age just published an article entitled Young Consumers Switch Media 27 Times An Hour. In it, the author writes: “It’s every advertiser’s worst nightmare: consumers so distracted by a dizzying array of media choices that they no longer notice the commercials supporting them. And its time might be closer than you think. A recent study found that consumers in their 20s (‘digital natives’) switch media venues about 27 times per nonworking hour – the equivalent of more than 13 times during a standard half-hour TV show.”

Marketers are flummoxed. If these consumers aren’t consuming their ad messages, if they surf away, avoid or – horrors! – ignore the messages, how can they be reached by marketers? Here’s a thought: reach them when they want to be reached. Reach them when they are in search-and-buy mode. Reach them in-store.

Marketers who invest in the only space where the money, the motivation and the products co-exist tend to sell more product. Duh.

What Advertising Actually Works?

Advertising Age just published an article entitled Young Consumers Switch Media 27 Times An Hour. In it, the author writes: “It’s every advertiser’s worst nightmare: consumers so distracted by a dizzying array of media choices that they no longer notice the commercials supporting them. And its time might be closer than you think. A recent study found that consumers in their 20s (‘digital natives’) switch media venues about 27 times per nonworking hour – the equivalent of more than 13 times during a standard half-hour TV show.”

Marketers are flummoxed. If these consumers aren’t consuming their ad messages, if they surf away, avoid or – horrors! – ignore the messages, how can they be reached by marketers? Here’s a thought: reach them when they want to be reached. Reach them when they are in search-and-buy mode. Reach them in-store.

Marketers who invest in the only space where the money, the motivation and the products co-exist tend to sell more product. Duh.

What Advertising Actually Works?

Advertising Age just published an article entitled Young Consumers Switch Media 27 Times An Hour. In it, the author writes: “It’s every advertiser’s worst nightmare: consumers so distracted by a dizzying array of media choices that they no longer notice the commercials supporting them. And its time might be closer than you think. A recent study found that consumers in their 20s (‘digital natives’) switch media venues about 27 times per nonworking hour – the equivalent of more than 13 times during a standard half-hour TV show.”

Marketers are flummoxed. If these consumers aren’t consuming their ad messages, if they surf away, avoid or – horrors! – ignore the messages, how can they be reached by marketers? Here’s a thought: reach them when they want to be reached. Reach them when they are in search-and-buy mode. Reach them in-store.

Marketers who invest in the only space where the money, the motivation and the products co-exist tend to sell more product. Duh.