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Understanding out-of-home audiences

This Best Practice paper explores different ways out of home media can be used as part of the marketing mix, and discusses how digital is improving outdoor effectiveness. It argues that digital technology allows electronic sites to be updated or changed, creating opportunity for advertising targeted by time and expected audience.
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Planning out-of-home

Common issues in planning for outdoor, including changing formats, audience reach and measurement

Outdoor measurement: A route to better returns

A new GPS measurement approach which offers a realistic understanding of how people see OOH ads.

Formulating value in digital out-of-home

Three dimensions through which to assess the possible payback from outdoor campaigns that use digital.

Warc adspend database: Outdoor

This tool allows you to build your own adspend datasets for individual media channels, including outdoor.

Latest case studies

Shell Lego: Created by Us, built by You

This case study shows how Shell V-Power, a global premium fuel brand, increased market penetration and consumer preference by offering exclusive LEGO Ferrari model sets with fuel purchase.

Lexus: Vehicle recognition digital billboards

This case study describes how Lexus built awareness of the new Lexus NX vehicle in Australia by using targeted interactive media.

Xperia: Launching the world's first underwater store

This case study shows how Sony, the technology company, created the world's first underwater store to market the Xperia Z3, the world's first fully waterproof phone.

SmartLife: SAPNA (Dream) – How 17,793 nails shaped the future of generations to come

This case study shows how SmartLife, an NGO for labourers in Dubai, sold nails and asked people to hammer them into a wall to raise awareness of workers and their dreams, and raise funds for the workers' children.

Latest articles

The new sushi? Using behavioural economics to identify the next big food trend

This article discusses how marketers can employ behavioural economics thinking in the context of a live experiment that encouraged people to eat crickets.

Behavioural Economics: Paving the consumer's path to your brand

This article explains how behavioural economics can be used to change behaviour, using evidence from an experiment in the Westfield shopping centre in the UK.

Media Planning Toolkit: Planning out-of-home

This article explores some of the issues when planning for out of home, including changing formats, broad audience reach and measuring effectiveness.

How Snickers used buzz to overcome 'challenger brand' status in Japan

This event report demonstrates how Snickers, the confectionery brand owned by Mars, adapted its global brand position for Japan during the 2014 Christmas season.

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