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And here is where Spotify can make all the difference.
The upcoming festive season is one of the busiest times for any marketer and planner in India. It will be a festive season drastically different from previous years, and any marketing campaign will have to stand out to work — particularly if marketers want to reach and engage with Gen Zs and millennials.
Here’s a quick overview of why marketers should consider talking to their audience on Spotify, especially now. All these details and possibilities are also just an email away at email@example.com.
Spotify: The ‘new normal’ in media
On average, the Indian listener spends 2.5 hours per day on audio and 80% of this time, they can’t be reached through visual media1. eMarketer reports that streaming music was the #1 activity that people adopted during the pandemic. And with connected devices adoption booming, the portability of audio (car, watch, Smart TV, game console, home speakers) means that marketers have ways to reach their audience in key screenless moments when they otherwise can’t.
As the world’s largest streaming service, Spotify sits at the centre of culture thanks to its ever-growing music catalogue, and a slate of owned and exclusive podcast content. The more our listeners stream, the more insights we derive from their listening behavior – and this powers what we call our Streaming Intelligence.
Streaming intelligence helps brands make their communication more relevant, engaging, and meaningful. For instance, 75% of Spotify listeners say they remember ads more when the ads recognize their moment or setting 2. Furthermore, this sensory combination extends your creative options, giving you the best of both worlds.