|By Marketwired .||
|July 9, 2014 10:49 AM EDT||
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 07/09/14 -- A mobile advertising campaign increased the intent to apply for health insurance, Qriously announced today. Qriously, the opinion-targeted mobile ad company, ran the campaign on behalf of the Ad Council and Enroll America, a nonprofit focused on increasing the number of Americans who sign up for health insurance.
By asking mobile app users "Why do you not have health insurance?," and offering as possible answers "Cost," "Complicated," and "Lack Info," Qriously found 53,327 people who offered one of those answers. When they answered, they were shown a banner ad for Enroll America -- and more than 40 percent of them clicked on that ad, for a 'Unique' Click-Through Rate, or CTR, of 40.9%. A brand test later showed that exposure to that sequence -- question, then banner -- had raised the intent to apply for health insurance by 43.56%.
"Qriously offered us a novel way to find our prospective customers -- in this case, uninsured Americans," said Enroll America Director of Marketing and Corporate Partnerships Martine Apodaca. "We're pleased that the campaign found so many of them, and that brand tests showed that the mobile campaign helped us against our goal of helping the uninsured to enroll in coverage."
"Asking people about their interests before showing them an ad is not just good manners," said Qriously North America GM and EVP of Commercial Development Joe Zahtila. "It's also good business. We're happy that our questions led to much greater engagement and interest, and are confident that many of the people we found have now signed up for health coverage. That benefits everyone."
This story appeared first in Adweek.
Founded in 2010, Qriously taps the value of opinion by serving questions on smartphone apps. Headquartered in New York and London, with additional team members in Atlanta and Vienna, the company's products unlock the value of people's voices at scale. Visit us at http://www.qriously.com/.
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