If you’re a marketer, trying to keep your finger on the pulse of millennials, it can seem impossible. So, lets take a look at this generation and see if we can help simplify the main trends to reach them effectively.
Expert panelists weigh in on OTT Landscape
New York, NY -- Thursday, March 14, 2019 -- Viamedia will hold a webinar on March 27, 2019 from 3-4 pm EDT to discuss the latest insights into Streaming TV (OTT) and how marketers are best leveraging the platform. Tom Walsh, Viamedia’s Sr. VP of Advanced Advertising Strategy will be leading the call and will be joined by expert panelists: Brian Schwartz, IAB; Greg Bel, FreeWheel, A Comcast Company; Michael Richter, Newsy, an E.W. Scripps Company; and Hannah Brown, fuboTV.
As a growing number of Americans jump on board with TV streaming services, the television landscape continues to be redefined on a monthly, or even weekly basis. According to an article about the future of TV in The Wallstreet Journal, more than 1 million consumers canceled their cable-TV or satellite subscriptions in the 4th quarter of 2018.
On the other hand however, there seems to be cord-loyalists to contend with. These people are refusing to part ways with their traditional TV services. According to media research firm GfK MRI, almost three-quarters (71%) of all U.S. consumers have a TV cord and plan to keep it. Of those with a pay-TV service, 97% have no plans to cut the cord.
Email marketing is a powerful way to connect with your audience. Your emails can deliver valuable information, improve awareness of your products and services, and ultimately boost sales. However, effective email marketing is not as simple as you might think and requires a lot of time, effort and a sophisticated strategy.
Viamedia’s CrossResponse email marketing is unique in that it is permission-based email marketing to consumers outside of an organization's own database. When done correctly, it is one of the most cost-effective ways to grow your email list, generate more leads and increase sales, all with substantially higher conversion rates than other marketing channels.
A few days ago eMarketer reported that Netflix's 2019 price hike caused 27% of Netflix subscribers to threaten cancellation and more than 50% to claim they are open to an ad-supported option at a lower cost. Previously Netflix was able to increase prices without subscriber outrage, but that was BEFORE so many cheaper, ad-supported competitors were available.