With Internet dating being so successful, you better believe it has become a competitive industry especially since it brings in a reported $1.2 billion annually.
Currently there are over 2500 online dating sites! That’s quite the amount of romantic destinations for people to meet ‘the one’.
Prevalence Score: 2619
Top Ad: Adstrength Score: 8622 points
Top Traffic Source for this Ad: almost 500 days on www.sleeps.com
Top Mobile Ad: Adstrength Score: 16 points
Top Mobile Traffic Source for this Ad: crossmap.christianpost.com
Prevalence Score: 7280
Top Ad: Adstrength Score: 1 950 280
Top Traffic Source for this Ad: Over 460 days on www.christiandatingforfree.com
Landing Page: (Note: this was the generic landing page connected to this ad and despite results, this may not be the best example of a good lander.)
Top Mobile Ad: Adstrength Score: 101 145
Top Mobile Traffic Source for this Ad: Magic Jewels (App)
Well, this round had a clear winner. Match mopped the dating industry floor with eHarmony, in both sales and advertising.
Some takeaways from this case study:
- Real life or familiar imagery may have a deeper impact in advertising than stock photos
- Use blue link-like text in ads (many of their top display ads featured this)
- Draw on photos for your call-to-action (many of their tops ads used this tactic as well)
That’s it for this addition of ‘Who Placed it Best’.
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