80% of Consumers Say They Made a Purchase after Seeing an OOH Ad in Post-Pandemic Era

New research reveals resurgence in OOH advertising as consumers better notice physical surroundings in post-pandemic emergence
BOSTON - June 15, 2022 - PRLog -- OneScreen.ai (http://www.onescreen.ai/), the marketplace provider for buying and selling out-of-home (OOH) advertising, released new research (https://www.onescreen.ai/resources-report-the-post-pandemic-marketing-renaissance) citing 77% of consumers are noticing their physical surroundings more now than before the pandemic. Fifty-two percent of respondents say they are renewing their connection with the outdoors while reducing personal screen time to combat digital fatigue, and 70% are noticing OOH ads on road trips. The report is a follow up to OneScreen.ai's study in April (https://www.onescreen.ai/blog/new-research-says-92-of-marketers-to-boost-out-of-home-budget-in-2022-as-digital-ad-returns-decline) and summarizes more than 600 responses from American consumers gathered by Kickstand Communications on behaviors during the pandemic, opinions about OOH advertising, and more.

"Being outdoors with less pre-pandemic distractions like commuting and busy streets as well as a renewed appreciation for work-life balance have given everyone a chance to look around and notice the world around them, and this is giving new life to OOH advertisers and their audiences," said Sam Mallikarjunan (https://www.linkedin.com/in/mallikarjunan/), co-founder and CEO of OneScreen.ai. "This survey reveals how being back in person is igniting a post-pandemic marketing renaissance that is bringing advertisers and audiences together to renew real, meaningful connections on the largest screen of all – the real world."

In 2021, 80% of survey respondents made a purchase after seeing an OOH ad, and 77% said they frequently learn about new brands and/or products via OOH ads. Eighty-six percent of respondents said they could recall a brand or product name from an OOH ad they saw within the past six months.

Tech-centric OOH ads are on the rise and that's good news for consumers. Eighty-six percent of respondents say tech-based OOH ads are intriguing, while 71% say they are compelling. Three-quarters of respondents checked out a brand or product after seeing an innovative OOH ad, but they want more video, audio, touchscreens, and AI. Generation Z in particular wants to see OOH become more digital and more interactive. Further, close to two-thirds of respondents said brands that fail to incorporate tech within the next year will be seen as boring and risk losing customers.

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To download the full report, "The Post-Pandemic Marketing Renaissance," visit:


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