Home buying brand Trulia is launching its first national ad campaign this week, aiming to drive viewers—particularly women—to download the digital real estate brand's mobile app.
"Women have 96 percent of the influence on purchase decisions," Kira Wampler, Trulia's recently named CMO, its first, told Adweek. "More mobile is also super important for us, as we see where the category is going."
Worth $45 million overall, the "Moment of Trulia" effort includes TV spots that will go live Monday on cable channels such as Scripps-owned HGTV, as well as digital radio (Pandora and iHeartRadio), online video (Hulu and HGTV.com), display, mobile and out-of-home advertising. Facebook and Twitter marketing will lean on earned-media plays, whilemommy bloggers are also in the mix.