Yes, your “commercial” can be seen on a phone or tablet or tv while a viewer is watching “The Bachelor” or whatever show is grabbing attention. Digitally placed ads MUST BE watched in the markets you advertise and you only get charged for the views that are seen. For a fixed price, you receive two, 30 second commercials to alternate into your messaging campaign. There are some production assumptions that we utilize to achieve this low cost, but there are many styles and options that will fit into this package. Click on the picture for more details or call so that we can discuss your project.
Here is what you get:
- Single camera, 2-hour shoot at your location
- Interview or B-roll capture
- Voice Over
- Simple Graphics
More elements can be produced for additional cost.
Digital streaming Ad for Mike McBride, Farmers Insurance
Here is a sample of three, 15-second ads created for Mike McBride, Farmers Insurance, Newberg. Mike wanted to advertise his special skills in writing business insurance policies. Mike began a campaign to embed these ads into the Comcast Digital Network, which reaches individual screens (Phones, tablets and computers) that are streaming
Digital streaming Ad for Chehalem Insurance
This is a set of two 15-second digital ads for Chehalem Insurance. These ads ran during the Open Enrollment period for Medicare Health plans. Ad placement was both embedded streaming content (major network) and local TV viewing within Yamhill County.
Digital streaming Ad for Uncle Dan’s Tire World
This is one of a series of 30 second TV commercials produced for the grand opening of Uncle Dan’s Tire Center and Auto World. Ads will run on EffectTV digital placement in the Tigard zone.
Digital streaming Ad for Pacific Residential Mortgage
This is one of a series of 30 second TV commercials produced for Venessa Eck with Pacific Residential Mortgage. Ads are being run on major network streaming content as well as local TV in two zones.
Digital streaming Ad for Aunt Bee’s House
This is a 30 second TV commercial produced for Aunt Bee’s House in Salem. Ads are running on major network streaming content and local TV.