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What is cross Channel advertising?
How to make cross channel advertising effective?
Cross Channel advertising and its effectiveness in your Brand Promotion. How to advertise your brand on multiple platforms the most effectively?
Cross-channel promotion is the launch of an advertising campaign on several sites at a time. Such sites can be various social networks, instant messengers, forums, chats, websites, that is, any web resources through which you can drive traffic to the advertiser’s site.
One of the main rules of promotion is the simultaneous launch of an advertising campaign at once through all available channels. The more sites where the webmaster and his creative are present, the more often the user encounters the promoted brand and the more likely it is that sooner or later he will go to the affiliate link and make a purchase.
Due to the fact that now almost all social networks allow you to set up automatic cross-hosting (simultaneous placement of the same content), it becomes very easy to maintain multiple accounts in different social networks.
Pros. No need to invent original content for each social network each time. We find an audience of our content and distribute it across channels: subscribers themselves choose where they like to follow us. It is also a kind of backup for content: if, for example, we led the channel in one social media and the exact same group in the other one, then when we block one platform, we can transfer the audience from to the other social network.
Cons. It is unlikely that your audience will be equally active in different venues. In fact, you distribute the audience of one main channel (in our case, this is YouTube) to different sites depending on the preferences of users, and they have no reason to switch to other sites for the same content.