Objectives: Primary goal was to obtain email addresses of qualified prospective jewelry buyers. Secondary objectives were to build awareness for the jewelry and support retail partners.
Strategy: We implemented banner ads crafted to allure prospects to click through to a campaign landing page. On that site they could provide an email address to enter a sweepstakes for a chance to win a jewelry shopping spree at a participating retail partner, such as a jeweler or national department stores.
The ads were aimed at a target audience that was 70 percent female with a household income of $100,000 and initially included online jewelry shoppers, fashion and beauty consumers, affluent parents and Hispanic women. After the first month of the new campaign, we began targeting anonymous IP addresses of “look-alikes” – those who shared a “customer DNA” with the campaign’s best performers. We also retargeted prospects who visited the landing page.
The ads ran on premium fashion, style and entertainment websites that were contextually relevant including the sites of Elle, People, InStyle and Marie Claire. We used sophisticated programmatic systems to boost response with prospects.
- More than 30,000 visits to the landing page.
- Increased the click-through rate by 70 percent over the previous campaign.
- Client received an extensive, high-quality list of qualified jewelry prospects.