Marketers get enticing offer to try 3D advertising

 
Nov. 26, 2012

Marketers looking to test 3D advertising are about to get an enticing offer to lure them into trying the technology. The Hispanic 3D Ad Network, which is owned by L.A.-based 9d Media, will be offering advertisers an interactive national 3D advertising campaign at a reduced rate, including mobile marketing and 3D production. The company said it will be offering packages for as little as $16,000 for the entire first quarter of 2013.

"We're hoping advertisers will use this opportunity to experience the results that can be obtained when you mix together the power of 'Glasses Free' 3D digital signage and mobile marketing," said Joe Benites, CEO of 9D Media.

"For companies that already have marketing or merchandising efforts taking place either inside or in the immediate vicinity of the stores where our screens are located, combining the 3D visual and mobile marketing is a perfect one two punch," Benites said.

The Hispanic 3D Ad Network delivers 3.7 million impressions per week, the company said. It's expanding to 4.5 million impressions by the end of next February with the installation of screens in South Florida.

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Topics: 3D Digital Signage , Networks , Trends / Statistics


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