Study: Banner Ad Clickers Not Like Other Web Users

Study: Banner Ad Clickers Not Like Other Web Users - http://chiefmarketer.com Avatar Posted by Becky under Online Marketing
From http://chiefmarketer.com 4996 days ago
Made Hot by: on February 17, 2008 5:13 am
That lead generated through your banner ad was probably from a consumer between the ages of 25-44, with a household income under $40,000. This demographic accounted for 50% of all banner-ad clicks, despite comprising only 6% of the population, according to a new study.





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Written by Aaronontheweb
4996 days ago

Half of all CPC revenue is derived from a group of people with virtually zero disposable income... Looks like CPA is the way to go then.



Written by ArmadaIG
4996 days ago

I agree that CPA is a better model, but someone made a comment on an earlier post (this topic has been posted on before) that maybe you can't just look at the aggregate numbers to determine the value of CPC. For example, I just visited the NYtimes.com website and I doubt many lower income males are clicking on the St. Regis ads. On the other hand, there are plenty of "make $1,000,000 in 24 hours" ads randomly scattered throughout the web. I bet they're getting plenty of clicks and being counted in this study. To summarize, if you have a crappy banner ad strategy, you'll have crappy results.



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