The Power of Location Starts Here
Research Lite Insight™RESEARCH LITE is an extended service that includes pre-packaged and fully customizedresearch studies...
Study Details - Sept. 17 - Oct. 14, 2012Venue Types               Media Channels• Fitness Center          • Digital Signag...
Basic DemographicsBasic AudienceDemographics• 60% Female• 40% Female• 26% age 18-34• 41% age 35-54• 32% age 55+
Media Notice and RecallIn-Store Radio                  Digital Screen• 80% noticed audio ad in the   • 50% of respondents ...
Product Usage & Purchase Intent
Brand Awareness                  Awareness of Insurance                    Company Brands                       (multiple ...
Message Impact & Ad Influence                                  5% “Much More Likely” to   Insurance Brands               c...
The Power of Location     Starts HereToronto | New York | Calgary| London           www.adcentricity.com
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ADCentricity Research Study - with Peoplecount and the LBMA

  1. 1. The Power of Location Starts Here
  2. 2. Research Lite Insight™RESEARCH LITE is an extended service that includes pre-packaged and fully customizedresearch studies to measure digital out-of-home and in-store radio campaigns in any NorthAmerican market.With this turn-key solution, available from an exclusive agreement between ADCentricity andPeoplecount, advertisers can take advantage of narrow-focus campaign research aroundthe medium. Data gathered is used to gain deeper insight on the effectiveness of the mediaimpact and contribute to campaign Return on Investment and Return on Objectivesevaluation. This presentation highlights the results of a Research Lite Insight™ study performed for an American life insurance brand from October 10-11, 2012.
  3. 3. Study Details - Sept. 17 - Oct. 14, 2012Venue Types Media Channels• Fitness Center • Digital Signage• Doctor’s Offices • In-Store Radio• PharmacyLife Insurance Ad Research Objectivesas % of Total Loop • Media Notice• Fitness Center 42% • Brand Awareness• Doctor’s Office A 10% • Brand Association• Doctor’s Office B 4% • Advertising Message Recall• Pharmacy Audio • Purchase Intent & Product Usage 4% • Campaign Influence • Basic Audience Demographics
  4. 4. Basic DemographicsBasic AudienceDemographics• 60% Female• 40% Female• 26% age 18-34• 41% age 35-54• 32% age 55+
  5. 5. Media Notice and RecallIn-Store Radio Digital Screen• 80% noticed audio ad in the • 50% of respondents noticedPharmacy the digital screen ad• 9% unaided • 28% unaided• 70% aided • 22% aided• 7% recalled hearing an • 38% recalled seeing aninsurance ad insurance ad• 11% recalled hearing the • 68% of respondents thatbranded advertisement noticed the screen recalled seeing the branded advertisement
  6. 6. Product Usage & Purchase Intent
  7. 7. Brand Awareness Awareness of Insurance Company Brands (multiple responses) •Competitor A 84% • Client Brand 82% • Competitor B 64% • Competitor C 52% • Competitor D 44% • None of the Above 4%
  8. 8. Message Impact & Ad Influence 5% “Much More Likely” to Insurance Brands consider purchasing life Seen/Heard On-Site (multiple responses) insurance after viewing on- site advertisement• Competitor A 20%• Client Brand 19%• Competitor B 10%• Competitor C 5% 10% “Extremely Likely” to• Competitor D 4% recommend featured brand• None of the Above 71% after viewing on-site advertisement
  9. 9. The Power of Location Starts HereToronto | New York | Calgary| London www.adcentricity.com

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