Subway is the current ninth top digital advertising spender in the Food & Drink category, spending over $4M across desktop, mobile, and video over the last thirty days. The brand just began upping their video spend for the first time this year in July, now accounting for just over 60% of their entire digital budget. Throughout 2017, Subway has focused more on desktop/display placements before switching their mix in the beginning of Q3. Download their full digital advertising plan in the new Brand of the Week report, and read on for highlights from their current creative strategy.
Read on for highlights from ConAgra's current digital buying plan, and see the brand's entire digital advertising strategy in our new Brand of the Week Report.
The food and drink industry spent more than $97 million on digital advertising in February alone. In fact, the vertical is the seventh top advertising industry, according to Pathmatics ad impression data.
Given the impulsive and frequent nature of food and drink purchases, it’s crucial for these brands to stay top-of-mind. With the top seven advertisers taking more than 22 percent of the industry’s impressions, they’re capturing almost a quarter of the industry’s entire impressions. So how do other brands compete for brand awareness in this industry?
By analyzing the successful advertising strategies of these top competitors and making them their own. Below, we’ll highlight some of the advertising strategies of the top industry spenders to help you get started.
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