Watts Media’s Political Digital Advertising
Our Political Digital Advertising is ready to be known through Colorado campaign circles because we get the job done. The GPS Marketing technology powering Device Canvassing is becoming more advanced every day and has allowed us to release new political tools for the 2019 campaign season! Check out these strategies:
Get Out the Vote (GOTV)
Get out the vote (GOTV) campaigns in a digital space are a great way to engage with your voters. Adding this strategy via GPS Marketing can ensure you’re reaching the specific households you know will support your campaign.
Geocoding Voter Database
With Device Canvassing by Watts Media Ltd. we can use the addresses found in your voter database to pair them with geocodes, allowing you to send digital banner and video advertisements directly into every voter’s home.
GPS Retargeting Political Events
You will be able to target key locations like protests, conventions, or grassroots events to acquire high-value voter’s device IDs. Then we will map those IDs to a physical home and a geocode so ads can be served right to their homes and devices.
Ready to Launch Your Political Digital Advertising Campaign?
Watts Media is ready to be one of the premier digital political consulting firms in Colorado. The GPS Marketing technology that powers Device Canvassing has been used in over 2,000 political campaigns and by 10% of current US Governors, you can trust Watts Media to get you results. Fill out the form below to get in contact with our political consultant. We’re ready to get to know your needs. If you would like some tips and tricks, view our Political One Sheet:
Political Case Studies
Municipal Organization Ballot
- 25% increase, in turnout, was only made possible by using precise digital political targeting.
- 14.5-times more cost-effective than the expected cost per incremental vote.
- Win percentage of 75%
- 31% higher than expected nominal win percentage
- Candidates received 17% more votes
City Council Election
- 17.23% conversion rate
- 56.28% increase in turnout