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Neuromarketing study: Social Media vs TV

Posted by Martin Kovac | Posted in Social Media, Study | Posted on 20-04-2010

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NeuroFocus – neuromarketing company, released summary results of a study that compared the performance of the same ad run on television and on two Internet websites: Facebook and a website controlled by the advertiser.

Top findings are:

* Highest overall effectiveness for the ad, especially with women: Facebook
* Purchase intent generated by the ad: highest on both Facebook and TV
* Messaging carried by the ad strongest on: Internet platform, with Facebook stronger than website
* Highest attention-getter: Internet
* VISA brand perception lifted most strongly: TV

source: PR Newswire

You can see tested commercial “VISA – Trip For Life,” in video below:

Visa “Trip for Life” TV Spot from VisaGoWorld on Vimeo.

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