DRTV is anything but lazy in the lazy days of summer. Making the right media moves in July can boost your media dollar and your overall campaign effectiveness.
A self-proclaimed media agnostic, InterMedia Advertising's president and CEO, Robert Yallen, says there's one channel he discourages marketers from integrating into their DRTV spots: social media.
As we head into the long weekend, direct response marketers have something to be thankful for. Microsoft has acquired video search company Videosurf, both companies said Nov. 22. The $70 million acquisition signifies an investment by a major player in enabling consumers to "search, discover and watch online videos," according to a ZDNet description of Videosurf's capabilities.
Usually, the TV direct-response advertising beat does not involve terms like "kickbacks" or stories about payments delivered in briefcases.
Marketers are integrating their DRTV strategies with online tactics to grow consumer response and improve measurement capabilities .
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SK&A is a leading provider of U.S. healthcare information solutions and databases. As ...