By David Kirkpatrick
- Digital commerce and content company Purch teamed up with comScore for research that tracked 3,000 technology purchases over 90 days across a number of data streams, including search, e-commerce, content and ad exposure.
- One finding from the study indicates marketers could improve their digital advertising strategy – 52% of ad impressions happened after the consumer already made their purchase.
- Tech media sites were the most-consumed content throughout the buyers’ journey, and reviews were read 80% more than tech news.
“The data showed a disconnect between when people are searching and when they’re being served ads. Search activity heats up in the 30 days leading up to a purchase, but more than half (52%) of ads are served to consumers post-purchase,” Erin Kapczynski, vp of marketing at Purch, told Marketing Dive about the report.
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