Do you tend to play at bingo sites which advertise on TV?Friday, 18 March 2011 | Written by Tami Bayliss
Let's face it – to be playing at the bingo sites we currently play at, we'd have had to have stumbled across some sort of advertising feature in order to end up clicking onto it, whether that be a magazine advert, a click-through internet banner, a billboard, or even word of mouth. With online bingo adverts now sponsoring our favourite soaps and appearing in between TV shows throughout every day, are you more likely to trust and visit and register to a bingo site if it's advertised on television?
We tend to trust companies and products that are advertised on television and put across in a modern, quirky and unforgettable commercial and Foxy Bingo is a prime example of a bingo site that has struck gold with television advertising. Foxy's regular sponsorship of the Jeremy Kyle Show has seen their site become extremely increasingly popular and its clear to see why its simple but effective 15 second adverts shown prior, in between and after the ITV show would encourage bingo fans to try out Foxy Bingo as an online bingo destination.
It would certainly be safe to assume that “timing” has a lot to do with it. Many smaller websites with less of a budget tend to advertise late at night or in the early hours, on midstream cable channels, but bigger, more popular online bingo sites can be found advertising on our TV screens on huge, mainstream TV channels at peak times of the day. The factors of time have a great effect on “success” of the advert (ie: how many people see it, if the “right” audience views it, etc).
If you're looking to play at an online bingo site you've seen on TV, the most constructive thing to do is to research the promotions page and reviews before registering, to see if it suits your tastes.