How Google's Rumored New Ad Blocker Should Be A Big Sign To Brand Marketers
Ad avoidance is at an all-time high. With more and more people cutting cable out of their lives, paying extra for premium forms of Hulu and Spotify, and using Ad Blockers on their browsers, traditional advertisements are not only dying, but come off as downright annoying to consumers, hurting brand image.
However, the world of entertainment marketing has more opportunities than ever before. From streaming video production companies eager to work with brands to creative ad content, brand marketers must simply be smart about the way they reach consumers. In this blog, Hollywood Branded looks at how product placement and creative content are far more effective than traditional ads in today's age of ad avoidance.