BANNERS

  • The 25 broad banner campaign first set out to speak to a well established audience consisting of young couples with in a specific price point. It was later evolved to speak to starter families and singles with a higher price limit to sell the larger units. This campaign made use of call tracking to enhance the leads and create for more unified tracking.

  • These banners were part of a full marketing campaign that announced the new TrinityNYC.com. The banners were posted on NYPost.com, NYobserver.com, and other relevant platforms associated with the websites audience. In addition to this campaign we had also launched a banner that pulled in the website database information for a user to make use of where ever the banner was displayed.

  • The Lhaus banner campaign stretched across 20 different websites including Facebook, NYtimes.com, and Streeteasy.com. These ads reached different audiences using a vairety of banners sizes each with the same message.

  • These banners were posted on NYPost.com, NYobserver.com, and other relevant platforms associated with the websites younger audience that was in search of urban living in Williamsburg Brooklyn.

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