Nothing Pulls in Customers Like Video

Your Hibu Display ad campaign can take your online ads to the next level with custom video ads designed for your business.

Four Facts About Video Advertising

49% Faster Growth

Marketers who use video can typically grow their revenue 49% faster than those who don’t.

4x More Customers

Four times as many customers would rather watch a video about a product than read about it.

97% Increase in Purchase Intent

Use of video ads increases purchase intent by 97%.

139% Increase in Brand Association

Use of video ads increases brand association by 139%.

Custom Video Created for your Business

When you have Hibu Display Advertising, your ads — banner ads and video ads — are custom made for your business. We work with you to make sure your business brand and marketing message come through loud and clear — whether you’re looking to build your brand, drive traffic to your site or storefront.

Targeted Video Advertising

Hibu video display ads use precise targeting to make sure your ads are shown to exactly the customers and prospects you want to reach most. Your ads are designed to target customers based on location, demographics, and more.

Sources: insivia and Unruly 2017 video studies

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