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About the Print Advertising Report

The Print Advertising Trend Report tracks innovations in the advertisement industry, from flyers, billboards and successful social media marketing campaigns to the transition from the printing press to digital printing technology. As consumers grow more discerning toward traditional advertising strategies, advertising agencies are seeking new and original tactics in terms of branding to penetrate niche demographics.

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The Print Advertising Trend Report, last published on Jun 18, 2015, includes 238 PRO Trends and 1,190 examples of print advertising market research and print advertising consumer trends related to: digital printing, billboards, slogans, social media marketing, graphics and print advertising trends.

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Our print advertising research is based on Trend Hunter's crowdsourced print advertising articles and 2,398,000,000 total views of data. [Learn More]

Report Contents

• 238 Print Advertising PRO Trends = 238 Powerpoint Pages Print Advertising PPT Report
• 1,190 Print Advertising Examples

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• 167 Print Advertising Videos (Online) Print Advertising Videos
• 7,140 Print Advertising Images (Online) Print Advertising Images
• Additional Niche Reports (with a full subscription): Bottle, Packaging, Shockvertising, Communications, Guerrilla Marketing, Labeling, Logo, Print Advertising, Television Advertising, Billboard, Social Media Marketing and more!



Sample Print Advertising Pro Trends

Each Print Advertising PRO Trend is on its own slide with implications, a quantified score, and examples linked to online print advertising articles, videos and images. Examples:

Cognitive Marketing Brands take a psychological approach to marketing Implications - In addition to behavioral marketing, which uses consumers' online preferences to curate advertising content, brands are also adopting psychological tactics as a means of emotionally connecting. Whether it's taking advantage of facial recognition technology or harnessing the emotional effects of music, these marketing efforts showcase the benefits of hyper-targeted marketing, as well as establishing a cognitive connection with consumers.
Cognitive Marketing
Brands take a psychological approach to marketing
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Targeted Youth Kids clothing gets the customized treatment with specifically targeted labels Implications - No longer a sub category of mainstream labels, children's fashion is growing in momentum with brands solely targeting that demographic. Highlighting youth culture and a more mature style preference, these brands are recognizing the desire, particularly among parents, to cater youths with more sophisticated and tailored products. The shift toward more customized children's products reflects a desire to provide kids with not just basic necessities, but goods that promote a more cultured lifestyle.
Targeted Youth
Kids clothing gets the customized treatment with specifically targeted labels
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Momentary Marketing Brands capitalize on the ephemeral nature of emerging social media Implications - Brands aware of the ephemeral direction that social media is moving towards have redirected marketing efforts to follow suit. By using transient social platforms like Snapchat, or devising temporary marketing schemes, brands are appealing to a desire amongst people to consume smaller forms of content in a way that is both easy and efficient.
Momentary Marketing
Brands capitalize on the ephemeral nature of emerging social media
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Beacon Branding Consumers respond to Beacon-optimized advertising Implications - Since its inception, brands have been using Beacon technology to implement targeted reach-outs and location-prompted promotions. Now, brands are employing the location-based technology as a marketing tool to heighten consumer engagement. By using Beacon to increase interactivity in marketing efforts, brands ensure that ads seem less like an opportunity to sell, and more like experiences.
Beacon Branding
Consumers respond to Beacon-optimized advertising
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Self-Created Subscription Consumer-made content is treated as regular paid programming Implications - The revolution of television has seen a few changes, including a shift toward cord-cutting in the form of paid subscriptions; the consumer-created content world is following suit. This shows the prevalence of independent online content. Additionally, self-created subscriptions show that the appeal of for-the-people-by-the-people content is no longer limited to just Millennials.
Self-Created Subscription
Consumer-made content is treated as regular paid programming
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Taste Education The alcohol industry strives to become more accessible for novice drinkers Implications - In an effort to initiate inexperienced drinkers, the alcohol industry is introducing methods of streamlining the drink selection process. Whether it's implementing tasting profiles or opting for flavor-focused branding, the industry is committed to not only ensuring consumer satisfaction, but also encouraging easier experimentation along the way.
Taste Education
The alcohol industry strives to become more accessible for novice drinkers
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Self-Serve Display Offering customers a sense of autonomy, kiosks integrate self-serve tactics Implications - Recognizing the individual needs of each consumer, brands and retailers are turning to high-tech kiosk displays to offer customers a more personalized experience. Allowing those passing by to engage with products and services through touchscreen displays and automated technology, brands are allowing customers to test and engage with products without the need for inconvenient face-to-face interaction.
Self-Serve Display
Offering customers a sense of autonomy, kiosks integrate self-serve tactics
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Brainstorm Design Office settings use design as a way to foster creativity Implications - Fostering creativity in the workplace can be difficult as consumers tend to fall into work patterns that have them focusing on tasks, as opposed to innovation. Battling this -- especially in the age of shorter attention spans -- requires more than brainstorm meetings. As a response, workplace designs are integrating creativity-encouraging furniture.
Brainstorm Design
Office settings use design as a way to foster creativity
4 Examples + Score + Implications


PLUS 232 more Print Advertising PRO Trends and 1,190 examples!



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