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UCC blogads attracting widespread attention

One of the more interesting and controversial uses of the BlogAds system of blog advertising has been a campaign by the United Church of Christ. Today they’ve come out with some statistics that reveal the success of this campaign. One of the keys to their success is that they created an ad that was not only visually stimulating (it is animated) but also one that was controversial and that stimulated the bloggers that ran the ad to comment on it themselves – thereby stimulating even further attention for the ad. We’re starting to see more and more of these types of ads using the BlogAds system as marketers begin to see the potential of ads that become part of the conversation on a blog.

‘After only one week of utilizing online blogads (shown at right) to promote the UCC’s Stillspeaking Initiative, more than 25,000 internet users have clicked through one of 50 purchased blogads to view the church’s online 30-second “bouncer” commercial….

The UCC’s new blogad utilizes a series of still photos from the denomination’s 30-second television commercial – rejected twice as “too controversial” by the major broadcast television networks – to entice blog visitors to “see the ad the networks didn’t want you to see.”‘

Read more at United Church of Christ News: UCC blogads attracting widespread attention

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