Marius Cloete, on behalf of Magnetic, WARC Best Practice, July 2017
This article provides a best practice guide to using magazine media, which offer marketers highly engaged consumers through the provision of professionally edited, original content – across an array of platforms – focussed on a particular passion point.
While Bauer Media announces the temporary suspension of a number of print titles in Australia due to the effects of COVID-19 on ad revenue, iconic UK mag NME says it will launch a print edition Down Under.
Cosmetics brands may benefit from steering clear of claims around artificial ingredients and avoiding scientific jargon to make a greater impact with print ads, according to a study in the Journal of Advertising Research (JAR).
Jie G. Fowler, Les Carlson, and Himadri Roy Chaudhuri, Journal of Advertising Research, Vol. 59, No. 4, 2019, pp. 466-482
The area of scientific-related claims in advertising is ripe for additional investigative endeavor. This article aims to access the nature and potential deceptiveness of scientific-related claims that appear in cosmetics advertising.
Magazine publishers Condé Nast and Hearst are restructuring their sales and marketing divisions to better serve advertisers, while disappointing results at Axel Springer could herald changes there under its new private equity partnership.
Data for 12 key markets from WARC’s International Ad Forecast show that total print ad revenue – across newspaper and magazine publishers – has more than halved between 2009 and 2017, and is projected to dip by 6.4% to $44.5bn this year.
Brooke Hemphill, Event Reports, Mumbrella Publish, October 2017
Australian magazine publishers are struggling to break through with media agencies in the digital age – but according to industry experts, the future can still be bright if publishers are willing to make some changes.
Leonids Aleksandrovs, Peter Goos, Nathalie Dens and Patrick De Pelsmacker, Journal of Advertising Research, Vol. 55, No. 4, 2015, pp. 443-457
The current study applied a “mixture-amount modeling” statistical approach—used most often in biology, agriculture, and food science—to measure the impact of advertising effort and allocation across different media.
In the last five years we have seen a global shift in where consumers are spending their time, with people spending on average over 11 hours a day consuming media in some form across platforms – which has affected how people find their news.