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Measuring the Effectiveness of Online Advertising: The Tunisian Context

Ali Haj Khalifa


The development of the Internet tool was accompanied by a business turnaround which has deep effects on the rules of marketing and particularly company-customers relationships. The graphical interface that the Web can create between the company and its customers promotes its use as a medium of marketing communication. The advantages of e-communication are endless for companies, including timeliness, cost and interactivity. However, users are daily confronted with large masses of information which may affect the issue of effectiveness of this communication form. Therefore, it is necessary to know whether the information transmitted is accessed and if it achieves the objectives associated with it. In other words, to what extent the internet communication is effective. In this research, efficiency is studied through two indicators: the advertising memorization and the click on the pop-up advertising. The empirical study was conducted on a sample of 200 Internet users. The statistical analysis used is descriptive analysis and logistic regression. The main empirical results show that memory is largely affected by the location in the screen, size and animated banner advertising. As for the "click", it’s related to the colors used in the banner, size and clarity of the message.


E-advertising; Effectiveness; Pop-up; memorization

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