CTR is one of the factors marketers often look at. Nowadays, a 1% click-through rate is considered a good campaign result. However, together with Samsung, we created a marketing campaign that achieved a CTR higher than 3% and, what’s even more impressive, we partnered with gamers – one of the most inaccessible target groups.
However, the challenge usually lies not in coming up with something new, but the promotion – especially when it comes to the target group which is generally difficult to reach.
At inSTREAMLY, we bring together hundreds of streamers who play a variety of games, including Fortnite, and their community is the one we wanted to reach. With limited flexibility in streamer selection, the 2% CTR target seemed far reaching, but not impossible. What happened later exceeded all our expectations.
Perfect streamer selection was also a key. Among our community, we chose Fortnite players, whose viewers are a very committed and dedicated bunch, so when the display appeared on the stream, they clicked on the chat link pop-up with sincere interest.
This campaign showed us how important it is to choose the right streamers for the campaign, which, even with a small number, are able to achieve a CTR level three times higher than for a standard campaign. It also showed that inSTREAMLY itself, as a tool, is an effective way to reach even the most inaccessible target group, which happens to be gamers.
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At inSTREAMLY, we bring together hundreds of streamers who play a variety of games, including Fortnite, and their community is the one we wanted to reach. With limited flexibility in streamer selection, the 2% CTR target seemed far reaching, but not impossible. What happened later exceeded all our expectations.Read more
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