Visitor Survey Exhibitors

(Online article) – online-marketing Dusseldorf visitors with quality Dusseldorf convinced, 06 October 2008 the online-marketing Dusseldorf 2008 offered not only size, but especially class. 93.2 percent of visitors had direct or advisory influence on the purchasing of media services. The range of offer 360 degree digital marketing in combination with a focus on single topics proved to be key success factor in the visitor center for them. Convinced but also the individual aspects: offering exhibitors as well as the Conference program received from the visitors the score of 1.9. Not only the record numbers of more than 20,000 visitors over the two days of the fair and 380 exhibitors left the impression: the online-marketing Dusseldorf could qualitatively an exclamation mark continue in: both the exhibitors and Congress programme and organization meet highest requirements, such as the first detailed analyses of the visitor survey of the online-marketing Dusseldorf 2008 by the Krefeld-based consultancy firm of Claus Buhs Prove consulting. The online-marketing Dusseldorf is the exhibition of advertisers and marketing.

93.2 per cent of respondents indicated that direct or advisory influence on the purchasing of media services. It is noteworthy that this result again increased visitor numbers in stock. The fair has become the industry must\”developed,\” Alexander rocks mountain, Director Fairtrade shows says media at the IGEDO company new. Learn more about this topic with the insights from Marc Bistricer. The quality of the visitors is the further development of the fair has grown with: more and more managers choose the online-marketing Dusseldorf as their central information platform. About one-third of the visitors occupy leadership positions in their companies. Decision makers spend two days at the fair at the fair really extensively to learn, a day visit is no longer sufficient: the proportion of visitors who visited the fair two days has grown significantly to just under 48 percent. In the previous year, only 43 percent of the visitors came on two days of the fair.