Many companies are trying to determine the right mix of digital channels to best reach their target customers and prospects. With all of the hype around mobile and online advertising, it may come as a surprise to discover that TV is still the preferred choice for many consumers. In fact, no matter their age or estimated income, consumers are more likely to find TV advertising useful when compared to mobile, radio, and online ads.
Let’s take a deeper look at how the groups compare when it comes to saying “yes” to advertising on these digital channels.
Advertising on TV
What types of households are most likely to agree that advertising on TV provides useful information? Enhance your omni-channel efforts by targeting the consumers most likely to agree using Economic Cohorts.
Tip: If you are not doing so already, contact us to help you onboard your customer lists so you can reach your target audience via addressable TV advertising and other digital channels.
Top Economic Cohorts clusters (Percent that agree that advertising on TV provides useful information)
Top by Age Group
- Young (Under 35): A1 Tough Start: Young Single Parents (50.2%)
- Working Years (35-54): B7 Mid-Life Strugglers: Families (57.4%)
- Pre-Retirement (55-64): C15 Sensible Spenders: Families (59.9%)
- Retired (65+): D21 Modest Means: Urban Retirees (60.1%)
Top by Income Tier
- Low (Under $50K): D21 Modest Means: Urban Retirees (60.1%)
- Moderate ($50K-$100K): H41 Nest Egg Elders: Older Retirees (58.4%)
- High ($100K-$200K): J50 House of Cards: Suburban Singles and Couples (56.8%)
- Elite ($200K+): N66 Executive Spenders: Suburban Families (52.1%)
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