Slate V’s ad critic Seth Stevenson recaps a little experiment he ran using Google TV Ads. Stevenson shows how you can infiltrate shows like Glenn Beck‘s by building a specifically targeted media campaign from the comforts of home for as little as $100. Whether it’s an informal testimonial for Google TV Ads or not, Slate V’s self-produced spot–which drove people to a website–aired 7 times during overnight reruns of Beck’s show and a total of 54 times on four networks, netting 1.3 million total views in a week’s span. Total outlay? $1,300.
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