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Connected TV Ads Drive Incremental In-Store Traffic

Written by Tim Edmundson

In-Store Traffic Sees Boost From Connected TV Ads

Connected TV advertising’s impact is more widespread than just digital metrics – and experts are talking about it. According to a recent BizReport article, those in the Connected TV space have found CTV campaigns drive web traffic, build awareness, and even increase foot traffic at brick and mortar locations. According to Stephanie Scheper of Tremor Video, CTV campaigns which utilized location-based targeting drove incremental in-store foot traffic within the 25% range.

With the knowledge that Connected TV campaigns impact more than just online purchases, it’s no surprise that marketers are taking notice. eMarketer estimates that CTV ad spend will grow to reach nearly $9 billion in 2020, and it would seem that increase in ad spend will go a long way in helping advertisers’ hit their goals, both online and in-store. 

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