Kicking off the first quarter of 2018, the Financial Services category continued to dominate by relative frequency of impressions across display, mobile, and video digital advertising channels. You probably came across an ad for LendingTree, Geico, TurboTax, and H&R Block on sites like AOL, YouTube, and MSN.
The Financial Services category spent over $582.7M across platforms for the quarter, with the Retail category following at $485M across platforms. Retail looked to desktop display and video as the biggest parts of their advertising campaigns while Financial Services advertisers focused on display.
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- Leading by impressions are TurboTax, Lending Tree, Grammarly, and Apple
- Desktop Video and Desktop Display platforms are preferred by the month’s top spending brands
- Platforms that track most closely re: spending and impressions are Mobile Video and Desktop Video
- Spend leaders include Lending Tree, Grammarly, Procter & Gamble, and Apple.
Ken Roberts has been immersed in marketing and technology for over a decade, merging creative strategies with the latest technology, to bring products together with the people who need them. With degrees in Engineering, Computer Science and an MBA, Ken’s background in product management, marketing, sales, analytics and technology lends to his ability to attack product challenges on multiple levels. Ken began his career developing software solutions for medical records before transitioning to marketing. Ken focused on building marketing departments and operating in-house agencies. Ken’s experience with digital platforms, internet based marketing, lead scoring and business intelligence, and reporting, as well as a keen market understanding, are a welcome addition to Pathmatics, only matched by a leadership philosophy that encourages high creativity and ownership from his team.