why use  outdoor advertising ?
Introduction <ul><li>The following slides are not intended to be sequential </li></ul><ul><li>They represent a selection o...
Quality presentation
Outdoor delivers fast cover build <ul><li>Based on heavyweight campaign on 2-3 formats </li></ul><ul><li>Week one: high co...
Diverse range of environments, each with a unique audience profile
Classy audience <ul><li>The typical outdoor audience is </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Young </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Active </li...
Most visual medium <ul><li>Outdoor is the most visual medium </li></ul><ul><li>It delivers a large scale brand message at ...
Contextual placement: be physically present in the moment <ul><li>Outdoor can place your message where it counts </li></ul...
Always on, 24/7: there’s just no getting away from it <ul><li>The Outdoor message lasts two full weeks </li></ul><ul><li>I...
53% 1994 2008 Time of day % Population OOH Outdoor Audience continues to grow while most other media are in decline Source...
Delivers unique cover in any multimedia campaign <ul><li>Outdoor complements all other media by reaching people other medi...
Outdoor fills the light viewer gap and balances out the impacts <ul><li>Outdoor is a great deliverer of light TV viewers, ...
Intercept not interrupt <ul><li>The Outdoor message catches you when you are ready to receive it </li></ul><ul><li>Relevan...
More cars on UK roads means more miles driven, more posters seen Source: Department for Transport
Source : The Future Foundation, UK Time spent doing activities out of home has doubled
Most people on the street are buying something Source London Shopper Survey, Clark Chapman Research (324 London Interviews...
More mobile people spend more freely: Outdoor overdelivers them Source: Mobile Pound  Research, Dipsticks Research  Base: ...
More mobile consumers are more impulsive Source: Mobile Pound 2005 Research, Dipsticks Research  Base:  Those who make a s...
Mobile consumers are receptive to advertising   Source: Mobile Pound Research, Dipsticks Research  Base: 1100 London inter...
More mobile = more spontaneous Source: Mobile Pound 2005 Research, Dipsticks Research  Base: 1100 London interviews Q: Wha...
Mobile people make more frequent shopping trips Source: Mobile Pound 2005 Research, Dipsticks Research  Base: 1100 London ...
Weight of outdoor exposure correlates with affluence   Source: CBS Outdoor, TGI Media Neutral quintiles 2010 “ Heavy” quin...
Heavy outdoor audience is more affluent than other media Adult 000’s Source: CBS Outdoor, TGI Media Neutral quintiles 2010...
Weight of outdoor exposure correlates with affluence   Source: CBS Outdoor, TGI Media Neutral quintiles 2010 “ Heavy” quin...
Heavy outdoor audience is predominantly young Source: CBS Outdoor, TGI Media Neutral quintiles 2010 “ Heavy” quintile is t...
Heavy outdoor audience is predominantly upscale Source: CBS Outdoor, TGI Media Neutral quintiles 2010 “ Heavy” quintile is...
Heavy outdoor audience most likely to be working full time   Source: CBS Outdoor, TGI Media Neutral quintiles 2010 “ Heavy...
The people you reach most with outdoor are the people you most want to reach Source: CBS Outdoor, TGI Media Neutral quinti...
8 Reasons for using Outdoor <ul><li>Successful: used by 95 of the top 100 advertisers </li></ul><ul><li>Unavoidable: can’t...
Baker law of outdoor media: indicators which move the needle to Outdoor Is it a launch? Is the campaign aimed at young peo...
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  • Taking the UK as a case in point, we have seen a steady and inexorable rise in car registration each year for the past two decades. Some 30 million cars are registered in the UK, nearly one for every person with a driving licence and an average of (1.3) per household. More than 2 million new cars are registered each year in the UK.
  • People are spending more and more time shopping, socialising, dining out, and pursuing sports activities. This is supported by the huge increase in leisure expenditure across the past few decades. In outdoor there is a virtuous circle taking place. Not only are the most attractive people spending the most time out of home, but the opportunities for more out of home leisure activities, and the associated expenditure, continue to leap ahead.
  • “ You don’t leave home without your wallet”. That means consumers out of home are always in a position to make a purchase. What is more, the people you see on the street are not just a random cross-section of people. They are more valuable than that: they are people on a mission to spend. This is substantiated by 2006 Clark Chapman findings which show that 85% of people on the street at any time have bought something or intend to buy something on that specific trip out of home.
  • The 2005 UK study “The Mobile Pound” set out to find out the behavioural differences between 1,100 Londoners, segmenting them according to the time they spend out of home, rather than the traditional demographics. It turns out that the heavy outdoor group (15 or more hours out of home per week) were more likely to spend more, were more impulsive and enjoyed spending more than the medium group (5 to 15 hours), or the light group (less than 5 hours). The very fact of them being out more makes them a more attractive group to advertisers.
  • So does their outdoor behaviour influence their shopping habits and behaviours? The answer is a resounding yes. The heavy outdoor group were less likely to make a shopping list with 43% stating they usually make a list compared to 48% of the lightest outdoor group. Not only this, but the heavy outdoor group were also less likely to stick to their lists. The chart opposite shows that four fifths (82%) are “usually tempted to buy extra items that were not on their list” compared to only 63% of those in the lightest outdoor group. They are simply more prone to impulse purchasing, and more open to changing brands at short notice.
  • So there is a link between the amount of time people spend out of home and their propensity to shop. It seems the heavy outdoor group are also more experimental, being more willing than the medium and light outdoor groups to try out new and interesting foods they have seen advertised. They appear to be more likely to act on the advertising they see.
  • Across a range of different consumer product fields (clothing, magazines, music, cosmetics and toiletries, entertainment) the answer came back the same. There is a spontaneity to the heavier outdoor group’s purchasing behaviour which is not found in the other two groups. The more time people spend out of home, the more they act on impulse, which again makes them an excellent target for trying new brands and responding to ads on the street.
  • Since they are out and about more, it’s no surprise that they make more total shopping trips too. Almost half the heavily mobile group, male and female, top up their home grocery shopping by visiting the shops twice a week or more. It looks as if their likelihood to shop is directly affected by their availability to shop. Good news for shops!
  • Why use outdoor_advertising.credentials_2

    1. 1. why use outdoor advertising ?
    2. 2. Introduction <ul><li>The following slides are not intended to be sequential </li></ul><ul><li>They represent a selection of perspectives which you may find informative in planning media </li></ul><ul><li>We are happy to engage in debate on all these views and are interested to add more points in support of Outdoor </li></ul><ul><li>You may also wish to consult the “Category argument” section of this website </li></ul>
    3. 3. Quality presentation
    4. 4. Outdoor delivers fast cover build <ul><li>Based on heavyweight campaign on 2-3 formats </li></ul><ul><li>Week one: high cover build (typically 80% of final reach) </li></ul><ul><li>Week two: slower cover build, higher frequency kicks in </li></ul>Days
    5. 5. Diverse range of environments, each with a unique audience profile
    6. 6. Classy audience <ul><li>The typical outdoor audience is </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Young </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Active </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Social </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Upscale </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>In full time employment </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Better paid than average </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Mobile </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Open to ideas and activities </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Willing to try new brands </li></ul></ul>“ the people you most reach with outdoor advertising are the people you most want to reach”
    7. 7. Most visual medium <ul><li>Outdoor is the most visual medium </li></ul><ul><li>It delivers a large scale brand message at close quarters </li></ul><ul><li>Outdoor has the ability to anchor a visual brand image in the mind </li></ul><ul><li>In a competitive sector, visual image recognition and logo / packshot recall are essential </li></ul>
    8. 8. Contextual placement: be physically present in the moment <ul><li>Outdoor can place your message where it counts </li></ul><ul><li>More than any medium it can give your campaign a physical presence </li></ul><ul><li>All the more important in these days of invisible virtual brands </li></ul>
    9. 9. Always on, 24/7: there’s just no getting away from it <ul><li>The Outdoor message lasts two full weeks </li></ul><ul><li>In total campaign runtime, it dwarfs all other media </li></ul><ul><li>You’d have to work very hard to avoid it </li></ul>
    10. 10. 53% 1994 2008 Time of day % Population OOH Outdoor Audience continues to grow while most other media are in decline Source: IPA TouchPoints Hub Survey 2008
    11. 11. Delivers unique cover in any multimedia campaign <ul><li>Outdoor complements all other media by reaching people other media don’t reach* </li></ul><ul><li>It typically adds incremental reach to other media campaigns: up to </li></ul><ul><ul><li>15% to TV </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>25% to press </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>35% to radio </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>45% to online </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Outdoor lends the qualities of penetration, presence, proximity, recency, continuity, frequency </li></ul></ul>+25% +15% +35% +45% * All figures based on media attribution and recognition, multiple campaign research studies
    12. 12. Outdoor fills the light viewer gap and balances out the impacts <ul><li>Outdoor is a great deliverer of light TV viewers, especially in London </li></ul><ul><li>Light TV viewers spend less time on the sofa and more time out of home </li></ul><ul><li>Heavy and heavy-medium TV viewers absorb 60% of all TV impacts </li></ul><ul><li>Adding Outdoor to TV improves the quality of audience delivery, and balances out the impacts, delivering more light viewer OTS </li></ul>
    13. 13. Intercept not interrupt <ul><li>The Outdoor message catches you when you are ready to receive it </li></ul><ul><li>Relevant placement means no need for avoiding tactics. Ad avoidance is no big issue in Outdoor </li></ul><ul><li>We tend to notice ads that are aimed at us and filter out the rest </li></ul>
    14. 14. More cars on UK roads means more miles driven, more posters seen Source: Department for Transport
    15. 15. Source : The Future Foundation, UK Time spent doing activities out of home has doubled
    16. 16. Most people on the street are buying something Source London Shopper Survey, Clark Chapman Research (324 London Interviews) Q: Have you bought or do you expect to buy anything during this trip out today? 85% bought or expect to buy something
    17. 17. More mobile people spend more freely: Outdoor overdelivers them Source: Mobile Pound Research, Dipsticks Research Base: 1100 London interviews
    18. 18. More mobile consumers are more impulsive Source: Mobile Pound 2005 Research, Dipsticks Research Base: Those who make a shopping list “ I buy extra items that are not on my shopping list” Light Mobility Moderate Mobility Heavy Mobility
    19. 19. Mobile consumers are receptive to advertising Source: Mobile Pound Research, Dipsticks Research Base: 1100 London interviews “ I look for new and interesting food items or brands which I have seen advertised” Light Mobility Moderate Mobility Heavy Mobility
    20. 20. More mobile = more spontaneous Source: Mobile Pound 2005 Research, Dipsticks Research Base: 1100 London interviews Q: What sort of products are you likely to buy spontaneously?
    21. 21. Mobile people make more frequent shopping trips Source: Mobile Pound 2005 Research, Dipsticks Research Base: 1100 London interviews Go ‘top up’ food shopping on way home from work twice a week or more Light Mobility Moderate Mobility Heavy Mobility
    22. 22. Weight of outdoor exposure correlates with affluence Source: CBS Outdoor, TGI Media Neutral quintiles 2010 “ Heavy” quintile is the 20% of the media audience who consume that medium most, ie the most typical consumer of that medium Adult 000’s
    23. 23. Heavy outdoor audience is more affluent than other media Adult 000’s Source: CBS Outdoor, TGI Media Neutral quintiles 2010 “ Heavy” quintile is the 20% of the media audience who consume that medium most, ie the most typical consumer of that medium
    24. 24. Weight of outdoor exposure correlates with affluence Source: CBS Outdoor, TGI Media Neutral quintiles 2010 “ Heavy” quintile is the 20% of the media audience who consume that medium most, ie the most typical consumer of that medium
    25. 25. Heavy outdoor audience is predominantly young Source: CBS Outdoor, TGI Media Neutral quintiles 2010 “ Heavy” quintile is the 20% of the media audience who consume that medium most, ie the most typical consumer of that medium Adult 000s
    26. 26. Heavy outdoor audience is predominantly upscale Source: CBS Outdoor, TGI Media Neutral quintiles 2010 “ Heavy” quintile is the 20% of the media audience who consume that medium most, ie the most typical consumer of that medium
    27. 27. Heavy outdoor audience most likely to be working full time Source: CBS Outdoor, TGI Media Neutral quintiles 2010 “ Heavy” quintile is the 20% of the media audience who consume that medium most, ie the most typical consumer of that medium
    28. 28. The people you reach most with outdoor are the people you most want to reach Source: CBS Outdoor, TGI Media Neutral quintiles 2010 “ Heavy” quintile is the 20% of the media audience who consume that medium most, ie the most typical consumer of that medium
    29. 29. 8 Reasons for using Outdoor <ul><li>Successful: used by 95 of the top 100 advertisers </li></ul><ul><li>Unavoidable: can’t be switched off, avoided or zapped </li></ul><ul><li>Consumer friendly: non-intrusive, catches you in downtime </li></ul><ul><li>Growing: 12.5% revenue uplift in 2010 </li></ul><ul><li>Accountable: POSTAR based on visibility adjusted impacts, GPS </li></ul><ul><li>Diverse: huge choice of formats and environments </li></ul><ul><li>Improving: continued investment in quality, digital, illumination </li></ul><ul><li>Adaptable: shorter cycles, digital flexibility </li></ul>
    30. 30. Baker law of outdoor media: indicators which move the needle to Outdoor Is it a launch? Is the campaign aimed at young people? Is the campaign aimed at upmarket people? Is the brand used outside the home? Is it sometimes bought or decided on impulse? Is the brand operating in a highly competitive market? Is visual pack recall and design important, eg at point of sale? Is high reach and frequency important for the campaign? Score 4+ Outdoor should be seriously considered Score 5+ Outdoor should definitely be on the media schedule Score 6+ Outdoor should be the lead medium

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