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1 Radio: The Online Multiplier Key Findings

2 Background Why we conducted this study 1

3 In 2000, the BIG question was how do media work together to drive awareness?

4 In 2010, the BIG question is to what extent do offline media drive online success for brands?

5 Previous findings about radio & online 1 A high proportion of broadband users are listening to radio when online

6 Previous findings about radio & online 2 Radio advertising multiplies brand name search

7 Our hypothesis If Google is the last stage of the ‘click journey’… ‘In-market’ consumer Sector-generic search Converting demand ‘In-market’ consumer Sector-generic search Converting demand

8 Our hypothesis If Google is the last stage of the ‘click journey’… …then RADIO is an effective first stage of that same click journey ‘In- and Out-of-market’ consumers Brand-specific search Creating demand ‘In- and Out-of-market’ consumers Brand-specific search Creating demand ‘In-market’ consumer Sector-generic search Converting demand ‘In-market’ consumer Sector-generic search Converting demand

9 The questions we set out to answer 1.To what extent does radio advertising effect the way listeners browse brands online in the real world? 2.What sort of radio campaigns are most effective? 3.How could brands use these findings to enhance effectiveness?

10 Our research partners

11 Methodology How we conducted the study 2

12 A ground-breaking approach Single-source data Direct link from offline ad exposure to actual online browsing behaviour Actual, not claimed

13 exposed to all media INCLUDING radio Matched samples Structuring the project 1800 respondents Adults 16-54; GB representative Regularly undertake purchase-related activities online 1200 x commercial radio listeners 600 x non-commercial radio listeners exposed to all media except radio

14 exposed to all media INCLUDING radio Matched samples Structuring the project 1800 respondents Adults 16-54; GB representative Regularly undertake purchase-related activities online 1200 x commercial radio listeners 600 x non-commercial radio listeners exposed to all media except radio Identify ad campaign exposure

15 Identifying campaign exposure We collected information about radio listening habits…

16 Identifying campaign exposure We collected information about radio listening habits… …and overlaid this with J-ET spot transmission data for all live radio campaigns during fieldwork

17 Identifying campaign exposure We collected information about radio listening habits… …to establish each respondent’s exposure to individual radio ad campaigns Radio spot transmission matched with listening patterns +3 week +2 week +1 week Last week …and overlaid this with J-ET spot transmission data for all live radio campaigns during fieldwork

18 exposed to all media INCLUDING radio Matched samples Structuring the project 1800 respondents Adults 16-54; GB representative Regularly undertake purchase-related activities online 1200 x commercial radio listeners 600 x non-commercial radio listeners exposed to all media except radio Analyse brand- related online activity Identify ad campaign exposure

19 Analysing browser history Unique software developed solely for this study When downloaded, extracted 4 weeks of browser history Respondents able to edit out sensitive information, e.g. online banking details

20 exposed to all media INCLUDING radio Matched samples Structuring the project 1800 respondents Adults 16-54; GB representative Regularly undertake purchase-related activities online 1200 x commercial radio listeners 600 x non-commercial radio listeners exposed to all media except radio Analyse brand- related online activity Identify ad campaign exposure + Establish brand browsing amongst non- radio exposed Establish brand browsing amongst radio exposed

21 exposed to all media INCLUDING radio Matched samples Structuring the project 1800 respondents Adults 16-54; GB representative Regularly undertake purchase-related activities online 1200 x commercial radio listeners 600 x non-commercial radio listeners exposed to all media except radio Analyse brand- related online activity Identify ad campaign exposure + Establish brand browsing amongst non- radio exposed Establish brand browsing amongst radio exposed Difference = the radio effect Difference = the radio effect

22 Filtering the campaigns for reporting Initial pool = 45 campaigns Minimum of 50 x CR listeners exposed Actively direct online FINAL POOL

23 Final pool = 23 campaigns across 5 sectors Insurance Travel MotorsTelecomms High Street Stores

24 The wider media context All 23 campaigns used at least three other media All used Internet On average, spent 10% of media budget on radio

25 Summary of Key Findings How radio advertising boosts brand browsing 3

26 Finding 1: Exposure to radio boosts brand browsing by 52% Source: DollyWagon/Other Lines Average uplift in brand browsing online across 23 campaigns + 52%

27 Base: 23 campaigns Source: DollyWagon/Other Lines/NMR Uplift in brand browsing driven by radio vs. proportion of media investment Finding 2: Radio is 4x more cost-effective than other media

28 Source: DollyWagon/Other Lines Finding 3: Radio has an immediate effect on browsing Proportion of total browsing vs. time since last exposed to radio advertising Base: 23 campaigns

29 Finding 4: Uplifts vary widely between brands Uplift in brand browsing, radio exposed vs. non-exposed Average uplift = 52% Source: DollyWagon/Other Lines

30 Finding 5: There are significant differences by sector Average and maximum uplift by sector Average = 52% Source: DollyWagon/Other Lines

31 Finding 5: There are significant differences by sector Average and maximum uplift by sector Average = 52% Source: DollyWagon/Other Lines

32 Finding 6: Creativity is crucial in delivering optimum effect Source: RAB analysis Influential characteristics based on analysis of top-performing campaigns Strong audio link to brand Simplicity Clear web direction

33 URL format can impact results URL formatNo. of campaignsAverage uplift in brand browsing CONVENTIONAL e.g. brandname.co.uk 1855% FORWARD SLASH e.g. brandname.co.uk/offers 449% VANITY e.g. adstrapline.co.uk 10%

34 Summary 1.Radio advertising has a “turbocharger” effect on brand browsing online – 52% average uplift – Immediacy of response 2.Radio is a highly efficient method of multiplying a brand’s online presence – 4x more cost-effective vs. other media 3.Advertisers can significantly enhance Radio’s Online Multiplier Effect through creative development

35 Radio: The Online Multiplier Allocating 10% of a media budget into radio boosts brand browsing by 52% Thank you


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