Ecom-Matrimonial ads on TV rose by 99% in May 2020: TAM AdEx

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Updated: Jun 06, 2020 4:46 PM

As per the data, 85% of the ad volumes were on news and GECs emerged as the biggest emerged as the biggest advertiser

While advertising volumes on television is recording a decline in ad volumes due to coronavirus, Ecom-Matrimonials have witnessed a rise in ad volumes between March – May, 2020 as opposed to March – May 2019, according to the data released by AdEx India, a division of TAM Media Research. As per the AdEx data, Ecom-Matrimonials’ ad volumes surged 18% in March 2020, while April 2020 recorded a 30% rise. May led the rise in ad volumes with 99% rise in 2020, when compared to the same period last year.

Average ad per day of category Ecom-Matrimonials was highest in 4th Lockdown that is, May 18-31, 2020 followed by 3rd Lockdown that is, May 4-17, 2020. As per the data, 85% of the ad volumes were on news and general entertainment channels (GECs). 53% of the overall Ecom-Matrimonial ad volumes were featured on news channels while GECs posted 32% of ad volumes of the category and movies channels accounted for 11% of ad insertions. Trailing behind were religious and music channels which recorded 2% and 1% of the ad insertions, respectively. emerged as the highest spender claiming 34% of the pie, following which was’s parent company People Interactive India which accounted for 32% of the overall category spends. Jeevansathi.Com’s parent company Info Edge India and My Vishwa Technologies claimed the third and fourth position by accounting for 13% and 12%, respectively, for the ad volumes. Trailing behind was The Malayala Manorama Co with 5% category share. and People Interactive India ( covered more than 65% of the ad volume share of category Ecom-Matrimonials.

Interestingly, while emerged as the third highest spender, the brand claimed numero uno spot as the most advertised brand with 13% of ad volumes. Following this, claimed the second spot to emerge as the second most advertised brand on TV at 12% share.

Out of this, 30% of the category ads used ad themes focusing on ‘Free Membership during Lockdown’; while 26% of the category ads were promoted by celebrities such as MS Dhoni, R Madhavan, among others. 11% of the category ads used parent’s point of view to promote ads, while 4% of ads showed couples helping each other and highlighted professions.

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