Report: Most Digital Ads Aren’t Cutting It

Report Most Digital Ads Aren't Cutting ItAccording to the preliminary findings of a new industry report, most digital ads just aren’t cutting it. And, as a result, they are being overlooked by the vast majority of connected Americans.

The latest survey from Goo Technologies shows that more than 80% of Americans flat-out ignore the digital ads to which they are exposed.

Goo Technologies’ first annual Goo Online Advertising Survey, conducted online by Harris Interactive, revealed consumer behavior around the types of ads we see every day. All told, “fully 92% of Americans ignore at least one type of ads,” the report shows.

The online ads Americans are most likely to ignore included: online banner ads (73%), followed by social media ads (62%), and search engine ads (59%).  The highest wage earners, those with a household income of $100k+ per year, were statistically more likely than those households making less than $50k per year (86% vs. 78%, respectively) to say they ignore online ads.

The bottom line? More must be done to improve the quality, relevance, and general appearance of ads across the digital landscape.

Marcus Krüger, executive chairman of Goo Technologies, says the opportunity for improvement represented by the data “suggests that consumers not only want funny, more interesting ads, but they are also demanding more engagement with impressive graphics and interactivity.”

“We believe the application of innovative gamification methodology and interactive rich web graphics can close this gap,” Krüger concludes. “Creative people need access to a powerful yet simple interface to change the way ads are created.”

 

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