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Some of the worldwide economy’s most effective advertisements are shown during grossly popular television shows like the National Football League’s Super Bowl, during which even 15-second spots cost several million dollars.
Conversely, some of the poorest-appearing advertisements floating around the world’s television networks and local access programming include low-budget infomercials that broadcast for upwards of 30 minutes at a time; similarly, other low-budget television commercials that are relatively long – though they’re surely not 30 minutes long – and last two-odd minutes. Read more: U.S. Money Reserve Wins Two ‘Best of Category’ Awards at 2018 AdSphere™ Awards
Both of the aforementioned types of advertisements fall under the classification of direct response television advertisements, or those that are almost always reminiscent of sales-heavy informercials by which customers can purchase the products they find directly through the companies that advertise them across late-night, low-volume, and finance-related television.
DRMetrix’s very own AdSphere Awards help recognize the biggest television advertisements in a year’s time that are shown on TV
When companies like U.S. Money Reserve are called out for their hard work and objectively-high success as resulting from such commercials – both short-form products and 28.5-minute infomercials – other business entities seem to follow in the award-winning businesses’ tracks.
Although the 2018 AdSphere Awards – this time around, they were held in Austin, Texas, at an undisclosed location – were not televised or live-streamed on the World Wide Web, the many recognitions that DRMetrix gave out through the AdSphere Awards will certainly encourage companies that haven’t done so well in the world of infomercials and other televised nontraditional advertisements to follow in the footsteps of the entities that hit it big this year.
One of these big-name business entities is U.S. Money Reserve. This year, U.S. Reserve was named the winner of the Financial sector’s Best of Category Award for Short Form Products, not to mention AdSphere’s recognition of the best company in the Financial sector by earning the title of Best of Category in Infomercials.
About U.S. Money Reserve
In 2002 – just one year after the September 11, 2001 attacks ravaged the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City – U.S. Reserve was founded out of the recognition that gold and silver would be in demand following natural disasters.
Today, over 400,000 clients have been served by the Texas-based organization.