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How Multi-Tasking Behavior Can Affect Your New Store’s Media Campaign

The best way your new store’s message can reach multi-tasking consumers is through a multi-layered local media approach.

Consumers no longer just sit and watch television or play video games. They are also multi-tasking simultaneously with laptops, mobile phones, tablets and gaming consoles. They are looking for information, communicating with others and enjoying alternative entertainment all at the same time.

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A Mix of Media Tactics Can Help Promote Your New Store Opening

Before finalizing the media strategy to launch your new store, consider media usage trends showing heavy users of one medium also consume other media types.

It is usually recommend that you don’t put all your “eggs” in one proverbial basket, or in this case, local media tactic.  A recent study from Arbitron and Edison Research further proves this point. Read more

How Digital Media Can Help Your New Store Reach Busy Moms

Women with children in the home tend to be the decision makers for household purchases and could be an important demographic for your new store.

Busy moms lead the way when it comes to considering mobile and online resources as essential steps in the decision to purchase a product or service. This group is increasingly difficult to reach through traditional advertising, as they are rarely settled in one place long enough to hear or see your new store’s message. Read more

3 Ways to Tailor Your Local Media Plan to Speak to Millennials

Are Millennials really that different? Ways to gear your local media plan to reach the “connected” generation.

With “Millennials” or “Generation Y” representing 80 million potential consumers, marketers are scrambling for the latest research to help them understand this fickle, narcissistic and socially conscious group. But, are Millennials really all that different from generations born earlier? And, if so, how can marketers offer authentic value to this time-constrained, media-bred culture? Read more

3 Reasons to Include Cinema Advertising in Your Local Media Mix

Cinema advertising might by just the ticket to your reach younger Early Adopters with your local media mix.

In today’s technology-saturated culture of smartphones, DVRs, AmazonPrime and Hulu, the ability to selectively choose entertainment at your fingertips and on your schedule without the annoyance of advertising poses multiple problems for marketing directors. Read more

3 Ways to Reach the Hispanic Market with Your Local Media Campaign

Reaching the Hispanic audience with your local media campaign can seem overwhelming, but properly doing so can create a new and loyal customer base.

While we’re told and often acknowledge the Hispanic population continues to grow faster than any other multicultural population.  Their part of the advertising mix is often overlooked or given a small portion of the budget as an afterthought, despite the enormous buying power this group wields. Read more

4 Ways to Incorporate Social Media into Your Local Media Campaign

Use your local media campaign to create more brand ambassadors on social media as well as increase sales.

As we discussed in a previous article, consumers respond to social media prompts included in traditional local media tactics.  There are ways to incorporate social media content and prompts in your local media strategy without diluting your message. Read more

Adding Newspaper to Your Local Media Mix Can Help Reach Younger Adults

According to a recent study, 6 in 10 Adults 18-24 access content from newspaper media each week.

Newspaper was once considered a reach medium similar to television and outdoor, used as a way to get your message out to the “masses.”  But, over the past several years some media planners and advertisers have disregarded newspaper as a viable media tactic, unless they were trying to reach the 55+ demographic.

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