Morele.net advertisement in TOP3 of the most popular video ads on Polish Internet

Morele.net advertisement in TOP3 of the most popular video ads on Polish Internet

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According to analysis of Gemius research agency, Morele.net advertisements were among the most popular video ads on Polish Internet in February 2017. Two video clips of Morele.net achieved 3rd and 4th position in terms of number of Internet users who started watching ads on the Internet.

The video ads of Morele.net are a part of marketing campaign targeted at young Internet users and fans of new technologies (so-called „geeks“). Two video clips, which can be watched below, gained attention of respectively 3.6 and 3.4 million of Polish Internet users.
Morele.net was created in 2000 and since then achieved the position of Polish e-commerce market leader in the sector of IT/consumer electronics distribution. By focusing on modern technological and organizational solutions, the company is able to provide top-quality service to over 100,000 people visiting the website of Morele.net and its netPunkt pickup facilities every day.
Since 2011 Morele.net is a part of MCI.TechVentures portfolio, along with other fast growing e-commerce companies such as: windeln.de (the leading European online retailer for baby and toddler products), Frisco.pl (Poland’s leader in the e-grocery market), and Pigu.lt (the largest e-commerce store in the Baltic countries).
Morele.net first ad - Romka from Marketing Department

Morele.net first ad - Romka from Marketing Department

Morele.net second ad - Mietek from Logistics Department

Morele.net second ad - Mietek from Logistics Department

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