Make the Connection with Magazines.
Advertisers need to know their advertising works. In an era of information overload and media clutter, it’s harder than ever to capture consumer attention. That’s why today’s advertiser seeks a meaningful connection, using those media that bond with consumer needs and passions. Consumer engagement has become the core of today’s marketing and media strategies.
Magazines are well known for their ability to connect and engage with readers in powerful ways. At the heart of this power is the passion that readers bring to their favourite titles, a connection that translates into advertising receptivity. Consumers view magazine advertising as an essential part of the content mix, making them a warehouse of ideas and information. It’s where consumers go to connect with what’s new.
This connectivity and receptivity translates to sales performance. That’s why a who’s who of advertisers are turning to magazines to reach a quality audience that is engaged with the medium.
Magazines connect and engage in many ways. Here’s how:
Make the Connection with Magazines
A presentation about how magazine engage and connect with consumers.
(ARF) Reveals Definition Of Engagement
The Advertising Research Foundation unveiled a working definition of engagement creating an industry-wide measurement standard.
Advertising Involvement: Why Magazines Invite Attention
Advertising impact is more than just eyeballs. It’s about involvement with the consumer.
Reader Engagement: How Magazines Connect (Fast Facts)
The ABCs of how magazines connect; a multi-phase process that is as unique and personal as you are.
Reader Engagement: Engagement=Emotional Connection (Fast Facts)
When consumers talk about the magazines they read, it is clear that they are passionately and emotionally engaged. Read to find out more.
New Simmons Engagement Study: Magazines Win All Engagement Dimensions
A study that shows how magazines score significantly higher than TV and the Internet in generating advertising receptivity and win across all five key engagement measures: inspirational, trustworthy, life-enhancing, social involvement and personal timeout.
Rules of Engagement (Page, March 2006)
For the Three Cs of delivering an engaged consumer.
Are you Engaged? (Page, November 2005)
Magazine advertising is significantly less likely to get in the way of the consumer's enjoyment.
Magazines Build Relationships
Engagement: Understanding Consumers’ Relationships with Media
Has everything you’ve wanted to know about the consumers’ relationships with media.
Magazine Effectiveness: Magazines Influence Word-of-Mouth Recommendation (Fast Facts)
Consumers are more likely to turn to trusted sources for their information. This document explains why magazines are the leading contributor to word-of-mouth product recommendation bringing a direct link to the purchase decision.
Advertisement Involvement: Ads are Essential Part of Magazine Content (Fast Facts)
Read to find out why ads are an acceptable part of the content mix and why readers come to ads willingly.
Of all media, magazines are the least likely to be multitasked, ensuring the undivided attention of the consumer.
Matching Magazines to the Mood
Find out how Consumers match the magazines they read to their mood.
Advertising Age: Viewpoint
It’s been said that magazines are the last word in consumer control.
Communication Effectiveness: The 5-Second Communication Solution (Fast Facts)
What can a magazine advertisement communicate in the amount of time it takes to read this sentence? A lot.
Last Update: Wednesday, June 23 2010