Free Standing Insert (FSI) coupon activity increased 8.0 percent during 2009 versus the previous year to more than 272 billion Coupons Dropped according to Marx Promotion Intelligence, a division of TNS Media Intelligence.
More U.S. consumers are using coupons when purchasing consumer packaged goods (CPG) items with 1.6 billion coupons redeemed in the first half of 2009, up 23 percent from last year1. But which consumers are using coupons? According to new research from The Nielsen Company:
Scarborough Research released an analysis highlighting the ways households are obtaining coupons. The study found that text messages and/or email are an emerging method for households to obtain coupons. 8.6 million (eight percent) of U.S. households currently acquire coupons via text messages and/or email.
Listen Up Español (LUE), the U.S. Hispanic call center specializing in Direct Response Television (DRTV) campaigns, announced Randall Anderson is the company's new Vice President of Sales & New Business Development.
Orange County Register Communications and the Los Angeles Times Media Group (LATMG) announced the launch of OCSaver/Local Values --- an advertising insert distribution solution providing effective, targeted reach to Orange County households.
Latin-Pak now includes Contextual Messaging to Hispanics in its direct marketing repertoire. Latin-Pak's Contextual Marketing addresses the branding of a product by matching categories or key search words to the advertisers message broad scope of US Hispanic web sites.
On several occasions, I have conducted highly informal research on what people want to receive through email. Nothing fancy, just me asking friends and family what they want companies to send them. "Coupons" is always the first answer.