When communicating with people, marketers need to foster good communications. As such, they must realize which ads consumers find most annoying. And then avoid using them.
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Do You Know Which Ads Consumers Find Most Annoying
This issue applies to every firm. Regardless of size, industry, etc. Therefore, marketers beware!!
“More people than ever in the U.S. spend time with digital audio, leading to growing advertising opportunities. To properly communicate with audiences, advertisers should make sure the right creatives are used with the right audio formats. Otherwise, they run the risk of annoying or alienating their audiences.”
“In a July 2019 survey conducted by customer experience analytics firm Bizrate Insights and commissioned by eMarketer, almost half of U.S. Internet users considered audio ads on music streaming services or podcasts to be annoying. Therefore, marketers need to be aware that dynamically inserting ill-timed, nonhost-read ads may be jarring to an audience’s listening experience.”
“So how are audio advertisers catering to consumers and cutting through the clutter? For one, they’re not repurposing creative from other formats, such as TV or terrestrial radio. Instead, many look to leverage data and dynamic creative capabilities within digital audio to incorporate audience insights, location data, weather events or even time of day to deliver relevant messages to consumers.”
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