Want to engage moms? You have to start by giving her what she wants, keeping her entertained, and making it personal.
A study recently released by Burst Media looking at "What Mom Likes Online" generated interesting findings. Among them: "Most moms say online ads promoting products geared towards the family and home fall flat" and "Moms found these ads 'irrelevant or distracting'," but that "Online ads that offer product coupons, sales promotion codes and/or other incentives resonate better with moms." Other Burst Media findings highlight moms' reliance on social media, niche websites, and mobile devices, echoing what was reported at last year's ad:tech NY conference. So, what's an advertiser to do? Here's a great list for starters.
The bottom line: moms are social media power users - they are savvy, shrewd, and not likely to be as easily fooled by advertising gimmicks. Use social media and advertising together well, however, and you'll be pleased at the extended mileage you can get from your efforts.
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A highly driven subject matter expert with a thirst for knowledge, an unbridled sense of curiosity, and a passion to deliver unbiased, simplified information and advice so businesses can make better decisions about how to spend their dollars and resources, multiple award-winning entrepreneur Hollis Thomases (@hollisthomases) is a sole practitioner and digital ad/marketing "gatekeeper." Her 16 years working in, analyzing, and writing about the digital industry make Hollis uniquely qualified to navigate the fast-changing digital landscape. Her client experience includes such verticals as Travel/Tourism/Destination Marketing, Retail & Consumer Brands, Health & Wellness, Hi-Tech, and Higher Education. In 1998, Hollis Thomases founded her first company, Web Ad.vantage, a provider of strategic digital marketing and advertising service solutions for such companies as Nokia USA, Nature Made Vitamins, Johns Hopkins University, ENDO Pharmaceuticals, and Visit Baltimore. Hollis has been an regular expert columnist with Inc.com, and ClickZ and authored the book Twitter Marketing: An Hour a Day, published by John Wiley & Sons. Hollis also frequently speaks at industry conferences and association events.
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