In 2011 recorded errors ranged between 5% – 15%, depending on specific mainstream television channels. By 2016 the average error rate recorded was around 5%, marginally improving to 4% for 2017 – once again campaign and channel dependent. The proliferation of media channels have certainly made it extremely difficult for brands to keep track of all their advertising spend but it becomes clear that major marketing budgets are still being wasted.
In this age of short attention spans and unprecedented amounts of brand messaging pushed to individuals, marketers constantly look for more effective ways to communicate and sell. Some tools lead to quick and easy conversion, others go unnoticed and sometimes customers are downright irritated.
Why is Braai Day increasingly edging out Heritage Day in SA media, and what’s behind the blazing commercial phenomenon that is causing upset with a large sector of consumers on social media? Brand Intelligence™ firm, Ornico, analysed ads associated with Heritage Day to discover who’s lighting Braai Day’s commercial fire.