The more savvy advertisers are increasingly targeting Confident Consumers who do more of everything: they dine out more, travel more buy more hi-tech products and luxury goods.
According to the latest Roy Morgan Single Source data (for the 12 months to June 2012), 66% of Very Confident Consumers read magazines.
As shown in the chart below, readers of ‘Music & Movies’, ‘Men’s Lifestyle’ and ‘Business, Financial & Airline’ magazines are more likely to be Very Confident.
Magazine Readers (by genre) – Likelihood of being Very Confident Consumers
Source: Roy Morgan Single Source (Australia), July 2011 – June 2012 (n = 53,511).
Another winner at the Magazine Awards, Men’s Lifestyle title Men's Health, also enjoys a higher than average share of confident consumers among its readership.
George Pesutto, General Manager Media & Communication, Roy Morgan Research, says:
“The data clearly demonstrates that the different men’s magazine genres along with entertainment, business and fashion environments are particularly effective in appealing to those Australians who are more confident consumers.”
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