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1INTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURING 3 x 3 good reasons for using print Presenting a powerful case for advertising in consumer magazinesBerlin — November 2013
2Good reasons for advertising in print A lot of money and quick decisions are involved every day in the media business. That is why when media planners and marketing bosses, advertising buyers and sellers are selecting the right communications channels, they need good, solid and relevant reasoning to support the development of their strategy.Every medium has its intrinsic strengths, which it contributes to the communications mix – but here we focus on the strengths of print, or more precisely on advertising in consumer magazines. Our claim is:Advertising in magazines is intense, precise and enduring.As evidence we document here the most compelling reasons, which also provide an overview of the medium’s strengths. For more good reasons, information, data and facts you are welcome to visit printwirkt.de – and of course consult your contact partners at the publishers.Alexander von ReibnitzManaging Director of Print Advertising and Digital Media Association of German Magazine Publishers (VDZ)
3Overview: 3 x 3 good reasons 1. Print works intensely ... 4because the readers repeatedly read through their magazine because its content and credibility is valued because its content’s journalism engages the reader. 152. Print works preciselybecause magazines drive readers to specific websites because magazines activate a large response from few insertions because magazines reach defined target groups accurately. 293. Print works enduringlybecause it achieves solid residual effects with great efficiency because the ads are appealing and worthy of trust because the ads deliver a high return on investment. 42
43 x 3 good reasons for print Advertising in magazines is intense, precise and enduring.1. Print works intensely, because readers value good journalism and they repeatedly read through their magazine.
5Print works intensely,because readers value good journalism and they repeatedly read through their magazine.
6Double advertising exposure CONTACTS PER ADVERTISEMENTINTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURING1.1.1 Print works intensely, because readers repeatedly read through their magazine.Magazines have one big advantage over other types of media: You can pick them up and read them again, and again, and again. Whereas spots and banners disappear forever after just one (paid for) appearance, the ads in magazines are seen on repeated occasions. For advertisers this means paid for once, delivered twice. What other medium offers such a good deal?Source for magazine value: AIM RFID Contact Study 2009–2011; basis: 2,309 persons in purchasing households, 326,454 double-page contacts based on 27 titles analysed; numbers of contacts per double page with advertising. Source for electronic media: fundamentals of physics.
7Reading equivalent to watching a film DURATION OF MAGAZINE READINGINTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGProportion of readers according to cumulative duration of magazine use in minutes; proportion as percentage of total use.1.1.2 Print works intensely, because readers repeatedly read through their magazine.91 minutesAverage duration of magazine useYou make time for yourself to enjoy reading a magazine. On average, readers devote an hour and a half in total to reading and flipping through pages. That is equivalent to the average duration of watching a film on TV – if you disregard all the commercial breaks. In comparison, magazines have the advertising already integrated into the programme.Source: AIM RFID Contact Study 2009–2011; basis: 2,309 persons in purchasing households,13,314 magazine contacts based on 27 titles analysed; cumulative values for all usage events
8Prime time is also print time MAGAZINE USE DURING THE DAYINTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGProportion of total contacts by time of day in percentages.1.1.3 Print works intensely, because readers repeatedly read through their magazine.Ganze Woche (Mo-So)0 - 1 Uhr1 - 2 Uhr2 - 3 Uhr3 - 4 Uhr4 - 5 Uhr5 - 6 Uhr6 - 7 Uhr7 - 8 Uhr8 - 9 UhrUhrUhrUhrUhrUhrUhrUhrUhrUhrUhrUhrUhrUhrUhrUhrReaders read through their magazines at all times of the day. Some genres of magazine are more popular in the mornings or afternoons, but the majority are read during the prime evening time. Magazines are a highly integral part of the daily lives of their readers.Source: AIM RFID Contact Study 2009–2011; basis: 2,309 persons in purchasing households,326,454 double-page contacts based on 27 titles analysed; proportions as percentages.
9Concentrate on what is important USAGE WHILE DOING SOMETHING ELSEINTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGFigures as percentages1.1.4 Print works intensely, because readers repeatedly read through their magazine.In modern society, the media is a constant presence in daily life – there is scarcely a moment of the day when we are not affected by media or the advertising it carries in some way. The question is whether we pay attention to the medium: Do we focus on it, or is it simply in the background? There is practically no medium people engage with as intensely as they do with magazines. Only 13 per cent do not fully focus on it, so that means 87 per cent of readers concentrate exclusively on a magazine. By comparison, only 49 per cent concentrate on the television.Source: Bauer Media, Zukunftswerkstatt Medien: Medien Funktionen (2006); basis: German-speaking population 14 to 69 years of age (n = 1,005), user interviews.
10Every day is magazine reading day CONTACT DISTRIBUTION IN THE WEEKINTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGProportion of total contacts by day of the week in percentages1.1.5 Print works intensely, because readers repeatedly read through their magazine.Throughout the working week as well as at the weekend, from Monday to Sunday, magazines generate contacts with their readers. This applies equally to the medium as a whole as it does to the majority of individual titles.. It is only at weekends, a time of relaxation and openness, that all titles experience a slightly higher usage. These facts provide optimum conditions for intense advertising effectiveness.Source: AIM RFID Contact Study ; basis: 2,309 persons in purchasing households,326,454 double-page contacts based on 27 titles analysed; proportions in percentages
11In quality we trust Confidence in sources of information INTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGFigures as percentages1.2.1 Print works intensely, because it is worth paying for substance and credibilityThe rapid expansion of online media and technologies has drastically reduced the barriers to access in the information market. And it is good that it has. However, the sheer volume of information requires that users are able to select and evaluate. One of the most important criteria for this is confidence in the source of information. In terms of trust in them, print media enjoys the highest ratings of all traditional media types. And that applies to their editorial as well as to their advertising content. Print inspires trust.Source: GPRA confidence index Q2 2012
12Readers vote with their wallets MAGAZINE TYPESINTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGAnnual averages 20131.2.2 Print works intensely, because its content and credibility is valued.More than three quarters of all the German consumer magazines that are printed are bought by readers from their own pockets. They spend some 267 million euros a month for them.* Obviously whatever people are prepared to pay for, they also make good use of.Source: IVW, Annual averages 2013 (2013-III), pz-online; excluding customers' free magazines, supplements,tourist and event magazines. Copy prices according to pz-online and presse-im-handel.deRetail and subscription sales of 520 titles in IVW 2012 x respective copy price.
13Choosing your own means acceptance “I SHOP FOR MY OWN MAGAZINES”INTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGAgreement in percentages1.2.3 Print works intensely, because its content and credibility is valued.Magazines are by far and large a personal matter. Three quarters of all Germans over 14 state they buy magazines for themselves in person. They assess their personal preference for and interest in magazines so highly that they are not only willing to pay for them, but also go shopping for them in person. Advertising could hardly be seen with more acceptance by its target group.Source: TdW 2012 III; basis: German-speaking population of 14 years and (70.3 million, n = 20,129)
14Lack of bias lends credibility REVENUE STREAMS OF THE PUBLISHERSINTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGDistribution between advertising and sales revenues 20081.2.4 Print works intensely, because its content and credibility is valued.Roughly a half of the income of magazines comes directly from its readers, rather than completely from advertisers. That is a significant contrast to most electronic media, such as independent TV channels and the internet. It preserves the independent image of the free press and gives it more credibility with readers. And this applies equally to editorial and advertising content.Quelle: VDZ Herbstumfrage, 2008
15Content written by professionals PERMANENTLY EMPLOYED JOURNALISTSINTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGAnnual averages1.3.1 Print works intensely, because its content’s journalism engages the readers.One major difference between printed media and other forms: Print invests heavily in the quality of its content. Roughly two-thirds of all German journalists are on the payrolls of printed media, while the remainder are employed by television, radio and the internet. Content quality is one of the most important factors behind the success of magazines and the respect their readers have for them.Source: DJV Deutscher Journalisten-Verband, 2012
16Talk of the town MOST QUOTED MEDIA IN GERMANY INTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGQuoted by other media in 20121.3.2 Print works intensely, because its content’s journalism engages the readers.Magazines exert a significant impact on public discourse in Germany. From the 15 most quoted media of the republic, 13 are printed media, five of which are magazines. Of course, other media are occasionally much talked about and clips with unusual slip ups and strokes of luck are happily and frequently cited. However, true agenda setting generally arises from the investigative work of magazines – and this draws intense advertising contacts.Source: pmg Pressemonitor, quote ranking 2012 ( – ), Cross-media quotes.
17Delight in the new MAGAZINE MARKET INTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURING New titles and closures 1990–20111.3.3 Print works intensely, because its content’s journalism engages the readers.Nido, Landlust, Donna. These are only three examples of numerous new titles introduced in recent years. In 2011 alone, 89 new titles were added to the market – an indicator of the wealth of creativity and innovative capacity in the magazine industry. And for the high degree of acceptance that good magazine concepts are rewarded with.Source: WIP Cologne, presseforschung.de; version: September 2011
18Magazines trusted online USAGE OF ONLINE CONTENTINTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGBasis: content-oriented websites; figures in millions of unique users1.3.4 Print works intensely, because its content’s journalism engages the readers.The extent of the trust that exists between magazines and their readers can be seen every day in the internet usage of Germans. Among the most popular content-oriented websites about a third originated as internet sites – while a quarter stem from magazine titles. This means magazines are also stable and popular as online media brands – and promises ideal conditions for intense advertising contacts.Source: AGOF internet facts , Top 100 content-oriented websites, figures in miillions of unique users,: website with own editorial content, excluding portals, eCommerce and corporate websites, forums, social media platforms and any that mainly consist of user-generated content; classification of the media according to origination of established media brands to the relevant medium
19Good mobile content USAGE OF MAGAZINES ON THE IPAD INTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGProportions as percentages1.3.5 Print works intensely, because its content’s journalism engages the readers.The latest generations of devices not only attract young users. The average age of iPad users is 46 and with above-average income – a part of which they are happy to invest to obtain magazine content on their iPad. More than two-thirds of iPad users read magazines on their device and are willing to pay for good journalism, regardless of the output medium.Use magazines on the iPad64Do not use magazines on the iPad36Source: VDZ Study: Magazine usage on the iPad; August2012; basis: persons who own an iPad(n = 672)
203 x 3 good reasons for print Advertising in magazines is intense, precise and enduring.2. Print works precisely, because it quickly activates a large audience and generates clicks from accurately defined target groups.
21Print works precisely,because it quickly activates a large audience and generates clicks from accurately defined target groups.
22Print generates clicks Drive to webINTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGProportion of persons of each target group that visited the manufacturer or product website, activated by ad contact; figures in percentages2.1.1 Print works precisely, because magazines drive readers to specific websites.The internet plays a central role in lots of consumer purchasing decisions and it has major significance in marketing for many advertisers. In the digital age, all types of media have to justify how many potential customers they activate online. On average 39% of observers of an ad with interest in the product will visit the website of the manufacturer or product. This means that advertising in consumer magazines has very strong drive to web.Source: AIM Ad Tracking July 2010–August 2013; basis: 14–69-year old internet users(n = ), advertising motifs, Actions Taken/Planned
23Print awakens interest “MAKES ME AWARE OF INTERESTING THINGS”INTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGAgreement in percentages2.1.2 Print works precisely, because magazines drive readers to specific websites.Nowhere near the entire media life of a person is spent composing targeted search engine inquiries. Most of the time we have no idea what to look for until we are made aware of its existence by something. And that “something” is more often than not a magazine. 53 per cent of German media users state that magazines provide them with interesting suggestions. Only 35 per cent say this about the internet, 33 per cent about television, while with newspapers it is only 29per cent.Source: Medienprofile und Medienbegabungen, Institut für Demoskopie, Allensbach (2011); basis: whole German population of 14 years and over, heavy users of the respective medium; statement: “Frequently makes me aware of interesting things that I would not otherwise know about.”
24Print motivates ACTIVATION BY AD MOTIF 43,3 INTENSIV | PRÄZISE | NACHHALTIGProportion of observers of an ad, who were motivated to take action, as a percentage2.1.3 Print works precisely, because magazines drive readers to specific websites.Advertisements activate their observers in a variety of ways, ranging from a desire for more information to purchasing the product. The sum of all conceivable activations of an observer to an ad motif together shows that 43 per cent are motivated to do something. And for every fourth advertisement more than a half of the observers have become more acquainted with the ad or the product – or actually purchased it. This means the print advertising contributes significantly to the success of a campaign.43,3Source: AIM Ad Tracking July 2010–October 2013; basis: 14–69 year old internet users, who consciously perceived the corresponding ad, 4,260 advertising motifs
25Print has a big footprint COMPARISON OF AUDIENCESINTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGFigures as percentages2.2.1 Print works precisely, because magazines activate a large response from few insertions.It is clear that no advertising plan will cover a whole medium. However, the cumulative reach within the whole population of an advertising medium says a lot about its strategic talents: the more reach, the more universally it can be applied. And no other medium in Germany achieves more reach than consumer magazines. This means print is the absolute number one in the arsenal of the strategic media planner.Source: AGOF internet facts (internet users); ma 2012 intermedia (TV/SpT, Daily Newspaper/LpA, Consumer Magazine/LpA, Radio/HpT); basis of all reach figures: whole German population of 14 years and over
26Kiosk beats ATM SHOPS AND FACILITIES IN GERMANY INTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGNumbers2.2.2 Print works precisely, because magazines activate a large response from few insertions.Wherever you happen to be in Germany, magazines are already there. Thanks to there being over 118,000 periodical retailers, you are never farther than 1200 meters from the nearest magazine seller, calculated as a pure average. That is half as far as the nearest cash machine, an order of magnitude closer than the nearest airport, station or bakers – and where you also generally find an extensive range of magazines on offer. The “technical coverage” – the proportion of households that could use the medium if they so choose to – amounts to practically 100% for magazines.Sources: sales outlets: structural data of periodical retailers 2012 in Germany; cash machines: Deutsche Bundesbank viabankenverband.de (2012 data); specialist bakery shops: Zentralverband des Deutschen Bäckerhandwerks numbers via baeckerhandwerk.de (2012 data); airports: passanger airports in Germany via wikipedia.org (Nov. 15, 2013); railway stations: Deutsche Bahn, business report 2012
27Keen to read straight away CUMULATIVE MAGAZINE CONTACTINTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURING100 per cent = all first contacts in time studied2.2.3 Print works precisely, because magazines activate a large response from few insertionsMagazines do not simply appear in the house. The household pays for them and chooses them carefully. Curiosity about what is in each issue is correspondingly great. Half of readers have read the magazine for the first time within the first two days of purchasing it. This applies more or less equally for all weekly, fortnightly and monthly magazines. That means: magazines reach your target group quickly.Source: AIM RFID Contact Study 2009–2011; basis: 2,309 persons in purchasing households, 13,314 magazine contacts based on 27 studied titles; proportions as percentages
28Audience ratings winners TV AUDIENCES v MAGAZINE CIRCULATIONINTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGFigures in millions of people2.2.4 Print works precisely, because magazines activate a large response from few insertions.For years the circulation of consumer magazines have consistently achieved the largest media audiences, out-performing every other medium. Magazines often reach more people than the highest rated TV programmes. Even enormously popular shows like “Wer wird Millionär?” (Who wants to be a millionaire?) achieve an average audience less than the circulation of one issue of “stern” magazine.Sources: ma Pressemedien 2013 II LpA, total; AGF/GfK television research/TV Scope, media control; averages for the first half of 2013, whole German population of 14 years and above.
29Magazines pinpoint better Target group precisionINTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGProduct interested coverage/overall coverage; values shown2.3.1 Print works precisely, because magazines reach their target groups.As a rule, a person who buys a product shares a general interest in products of that type. The most sustainable and efficient way to increase the effectiveness of a campaign is to reach the product interested target group accurately. An analysis of over 380 campaigns in the AIM Brand Tracking shows that magazine and online ads reach persons with product interest at least 30 per cent better than TV ads do.Source: AIM Brand Tracking 2012; Basis: Entire population, 14 years of age and older (n=17,450), 383 brands and 214 media; Online=internet display ads; Newspapers=multiregional/national newspapers
30Magazines are specialists NUMBERS OF TITLES IN MAGAZINE SEGMENTSINTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGNumber of titles per segment2.3.2 Print works precisely, because magazines reach defined target groups accurately.Magazines are an extremely diverse, yet targeted advertising medium. Magazines may aim for young and old, families or best agers, decision-makers, sports fans, car buyers, DIY enthusiasts, men, women, children. The list goes on and on. For practically any conceivable target group in Germany there is a magazine to address it. There is sure to be a perfect one for your target group.Source: pz-online.de/IVW, Q2 2013, consumer magazines excluding tourist and event magazines, shoppers and sundry magazines, supplements.
31The Facebook generation reads YOUNG READERS OF MAGAZINESINTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGProportion of readers among 14–29 year olds as percentages2.3.3 Print works precisely, because magazines reach defined target groups accurately.Just as the majority of Germans, the Facebook generation also likes to read magazines. Is that any surprise? They also like to watch TV and go to the football stadium. And magazines are not only for those forms of entertainment, they are popular and much used.Source: CN 15.0; basis: German-speaking population between 14 and 29 years in private households in Germany (14.99 million, n = 4,837); consumer magazine readers: persons who on a normal working day read a magazine for at least half an hour.
32Readers are leaders ABOVE-AVERAGE MAGAZINE USAGE INTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGProportion of intensive magazine usage by socio-economic status, Figures as percentages2.3.4 Print works precisely, because magazines reach defined target groups accurately.Reading is an essential cultural ability in the western world. Success or failure in our society depends heavily on access to texts, and this was well-known even before the PISA studies. Without question the media provides lots of our text. The socio-economic position of a person is determined by the amount of their magazine reading, or perhaps vice versa. What is important is that you have an above-average chance of reaching a target group in the upper echelons through magazines.Source: AWA 2013; basis: entire German population of 14 years and above, n = persons
333 x 3 good reasons for print Advertising in magazines is intense, precise and enduring.3. Print works enduringly, because advertising in magazines achieves solid residual effects, it is worthy of trust and delivers a high return on investment.
34Print works enduringly, because advertising in magazines achieves solid residual effects, it is worthy of trust and delivers a high return on investment.
35Stays in the mind AD RECOGNITION PERFORMANCE INTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGAverage recognition of all motifs, figures as percentages3.1.1 Print works enduringly, because it achieves solid residual effects with great efficiency.As an overall average, a specific advertisement in a magazine is recalled by 25 per cent of all German readers. That means that advertising in magazines quickly generates an enduring image in the minds of Germans. And when we focus on groups who actually are have an interest in a product of that kind the average is even higher at 54 per cent. Advertisements really do leave their messages behind in the minds of their readers, deeply and enduringly.Source: AIM Ad Tracking July 2010–October 2013; basis: 14–69 year old internet users (n = 291,611) and 4,260 ad motifs
36Lasting residual effects AD RECOGNITION OVER TIMEINTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGFigures as percentages of the maximum recall performance3.1.2 Print works enduringly, because it achieves solid residual effects with great efficiency.Advertisements stay in the minds of their readers for a very long time. Commencing with the first day of purchase, an average magazine achieves the maximum value for recognition of an ad motif after six weeks, from the cumulative effect of repeated contacts. After half a year, a good two-thirds are still remembered. The half-life of ad recall, meaning the time it takes before half the original effect has dissipated, amounts to as much as 10 months. Magazine contacts are therefore a very enduring form of advertising.Source: AIM Ad Tracking July 2010–February 2011; basis: 14–69 year old internet users (n = 91,188), 984 ad motifs and contacts with 50 consumer magazines.
37Print is a long seller EXTENDED CONTACT ACCUMULATION INTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURING100% = all contacts in analysis period (days from day of first purchase)3.1.3 Print works enduringly, because it achieves solid residual effects with great efficiency.Weekly magazinesalso deliver additional (multiple) contacts after two weeksMagazines are read over and over again. After the initial, rapid contacts, ever more are added over an extended period. So ads communicate their advertising messages equally enduringly.Fortnightly magazinesalso deliver additional (multiple) contacts after four weeksMonthly magazinesAlso deliver additional (multiple) contacts after eight weeksSource: AIM RFID Contact Study 2009–2011; basis: 2,309 persons in purchasing households,326,454 double-page contacts based on 27 studied titles; proportions in percentages;Studied period = twice the issue validity
38Magazines stay visible a long time MAGAZINES HAVE SOCIAL AUTHORITYINTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGAgreement to respective statements as percentages3.1.4 Print works enduringly, because it achieves solid residual effects with great efficiency.Magazines persist in the household for long periods and by preference on show, for example on a coffee table in the lounge. From this we can draw two remarkable conclusions about advertising in consumer magazines: First, that magazines appear to be a status symbol; they carry social authority. That is a plus for the qualitative effectiveness of the advertising they contain. Second, they have the possibility to accumulate many additional contacts. And that is a plus for the quantitative effectiveness for the advertising they contain.Source: TdW 2012 II; basis: German-speaking population of 14 years and above (70.3 million, n = 20,167)
39Print enjoys trust CREDIBILITY OF ADVERTISING INTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGFigures as percentages3.2.1 Print works enduringly, because the ads are appealing and worthy of trust.Magazines are so highly valued for the quality and content of their journalism, that people are prepared to pay for them. This level of trust is obviously also extended to the advertising they contain: Of all types of media, print advertising enjoys the highest of trust. This is especially good for effective brand communications.Source: CN 15.0; basis: German-speaking population between 14 and 69 years of age (58.99 million, n = 19,032); statement: “On the whole advertising (in the respective medium) is credible: broad/full agreement”
40Causes no annoyance “ADS IN THE MEDIUM REALLY ANNOY” INTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGAgreement in percentages3.2.2 Print works enduringly, because the ads are appealing and worthy of trust.Advertising forms an integral part of magazine content. This causes no annoyance, or at least ads are not regarded as annoying by readers. In no other advertising medium do ads annoy less than in magazines. The ideal preconditions for building and retaining trust and appeal.Source: Best for Planning 2013; basis: entire population 14 years and above (n = 30,224)
41Print is popular Popularity of advertising channels INTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGTop 3 most popular advertising channels per country; Figures as percentages3.2.3 Print works enduringly, because its ads are highly likeable and credible.Magazines qualify as the advertising channel most accepted by consumers, as well as being the most popular. And not just in Germany, but also in France and the UK. This was the conclusion of a study undertaken on behalf of software supplier Adobe. Thus magazines provide the ideal conditions for the perception and acceptance of advertising messages.Source: Adobe, “Click Here: State of Online Advertising” (2012); Basis: Entire population of each country (n=3,750, 1,250 per country)
42Maximum efficiency EFFICIENCY OF AVERAGE CONTACTS INTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGShift of the assisted ad recall per average contact in percentage points3.3.1 Print works enduringly, because ads deliver a very high return on investment.When we analyse the campaigns of 346 brands by media type using the figures from AIM Tracking, we note some significant differences in the efficiency. Per average contact, magazine campaigns improve the assisted ad recall only slightly more than internet campaigns, but significantly more than TV and newspaper campaigns. In this respect, magazine campaigns have maximum efficiency.Source: AIM Band Tracking 2012 basis: entire population of 14 years and above, n=17,450; modelling based on 383 brands and 214 medias. Legend: magazine campaigns achieve an improvement of the assisted ad recall per average contact by 1.5 percentage points.
43Capital investment with yield SPENDING VERSUS EFFECT BY MEDIUMINTENSE | PRECISE | ENDURINGProportions of spending and contributory effect in percentages3.3.2 Print works enduringly, because ads deliver a very high return on investment.An analysis of the influence of advertising spending on major key performance indicators such as awareness, appeal and purchasing intention in some 900 models show that in very many instances magazines have a far greater effect in relation to spending. Their effective contribution is around one and a half times the size of the investment part. That means magazines contribute a very high return on investment.Source: AIM Brand Tracking 2010; 906 models (ISBA, Nielsen Media Research), brands with spending > 1 million euros in consumer magazines and > 2 million euros in total based on the KPIs purchase intention, appeal, usage, brand awareness, assisted and unassisted ad recall.
44Publication details Publisher VDZ Verband Deutscher Zeitschriftenverleger e.V. (Association of German Magazine Publishers) Die Publikumszeitschriften (Consumer magazines) Markgrafenstr. 15 D BerlinResponsibleAlexander von Reibnitz, VDZReproductionAll rights reserved Reproduction only by permission of the VDZISBN