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20 February 2023
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The Role of Offline Media Marketing


The most widely used method for marketers to reach their target audience is now digital advertising and media. According to Statista, as of February 2022, digital marketing spending has increased by 16.2% whereas traditional marketing spending rose by 2.9% when compared to August 2021. Moreover, studies have shown that compared to TV and other traditional media, digital platforms like Facebook may produce results that are up to 10 times greater while costing considerably less. Given these findings, it is understandable why many brands are increasing their online spending.

Before we dig in deeper, let’s start by defining offline marketing. Traditional marketing has existed for a very long time. To advertise a business or a brand, it mostly makes use of TV, magazines, newspapers, billboards, radio, and other traditional types of advertising.
Traditional offline media channels are still significant, despite the fact that many advertisers are concentrating on digital marketing and advertising. Knowing which offline strategies are still effective and allocating a portion of the overall advertising budget accordingly are the keys to benefiting from offline media. In light of this, the following are the top 4 ways that offline media assists campaigns today.

1.    Building brand awareness:
Offline media still matters in marketing even if for many brands, digital media drives more sales than money spent on ads. The majority of their audience continue to be significantly influenced by television, radio, magazines, newspapers, and others as they spend more time interacting with offline media than with online media.
This offers an exceptional chance to reach the target customers that might not be using their phones or computers, and to repeatedly expose viewers to your brand, keeping its messages and products in the viewers’ minds.

2.    Reaching customers everywhere:
Reaching consumers who might not be as active online, such as the elderly or those who have just retired, is another advantage of brand exposure offline.
Older customers are important since they have more time and resources than other target audiences, and they invest heavily in specific areas like transportation, clothing, and pension plans. This indicates that businesses in such areas will benefit largely from traditional media. 

3.    Testing potential markets:
There are useful indicators for insights in offline media that may also be applied to digital marketing. Offline media can show you the interest in such areas if your company is considering to enter a new location. 
For example, launching ads with different good or services allows you to determine what are the customers’ interests. The only way to gain a more comprehensive view of what your audience in a particular market is interested in is to compare the outcomes of both ad campaigns. After all, offline behavior and media engagement will differ slightly from online activity.

4.    Increasing Online Conversions Through Offline Marketing:
Customers can be urged to use online channels via offline advertisement. Even while those options continue to generate a lot of sales for businesses, clients now have more advantages thanks to the internet. They can learn more about a good or service by visiting a company's website or social media accounts. Then, often, even when the business is closed for the day, people can make a purchase or submit a contact form whenever they want. This enables offline media to develop their online audience, increase brand recognition, and drive sales even when their company is closed.

In conclusion, marketing on several channels will guarantee the reach to different audiences. The fact that digital methods have been generating more sales by old ones doesn't mean that they aren't still worthwhile. We advise you to use unified marketing measurement to gauge the success of a marketing plan that incorporates a variety of channels, and to monitor how online and offline campaigns complement each other.
 

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