"Although we intuitively know that people are spending more and more time on different screens and devices, there is still the need to better understand consumer behaviors to provide marketing decision-makers with the best advice on media investment optimization," saidSonia Liang, Millward Brown Media and Digital Director forHong
Liang continued "
A proportion of consumers utilize their smart phones and tablets while watching TV, "to fill time during ad breaks" (37%) and "to have some background sound at home" (34%). A number also say they "go online for TV-show-related searches" (16%). Interestingly, more inHong
The results from AdReaction highlight the increasing opportunities to speak to consumers and to build communications in the manner that provides the best opportunity and environment to have the conversation. Liang added, "We know from our CrossMedia Research™ that integrated marketing communications synergize channels to enhance brand impact. The key for marketers is leveraging the right moments for each channel and, critically, leveraging the channel cross-over to maximize brand experience."
Liang warns that managing consistency with focus is critical to build successful marketing communications. "A more cluttered media environment today means marketers have to pay ever more attention to the balance of the opportunities for conversation, yet remain strong and consistent in focus," she says. Our choice of communication channels must reflect the aim of the marketing objective. A multi-channel "spray-and-pray" strategy, without message consistency, simply won't work well, especially with the growing number of distractions faced by the consumer today."
About AdReaction 2014
For AdReaction 2014
Countries and regions in the study across
The study addresses key questions facing marketers, including:
* What is the marketing opportunity in the multiscreen world? * What role does each screen play in a media plan and how receptive are consumers to advertising by screen? * What are the best practices for deploying multiscreen advertising to drive brand growth? If you are interested in more detailed findings, please contact your localMillward Brown Office http://www.millwardbrown.com/Global/Locations/Map.aspx>.
AdReaction studies have been conducted since 2001, delivering insights on consumers' perceptions of advertising, particularly digital formats.
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