Home improvement ads are a popular source of income for home improvement companies.
Home improvement companies, like many other businesses, need advertising revenue to keep going and pay their bills.
Hammer Home Insurance, for example, relies on advertising to keep the doors open and pay its employees.
The company sells its insurance through ads and has spent more than $1.4 million advertising on the topic in the last year.
But a new study from Consumer Reports has found that Hammer insurance is less likely to attract home improvement advertisers than home improvement products like the Home Depot Home Improvement and Furniture ad.
Consumers can also find Hammer ads on other popular consumer products, like electronics, clothing, and food.
Consumer Reports also found that ads in Home Improvement are more likely to be on the internet than on television.
Hammer Insurance also sells home improvement items like appliances, furniture, and landscaping.
Consumer Report did not specifically look at Hammer insurance products or Hammer products specifically.
ConsumerReports found that consumers in general are more receptive to advertising on websites like Craigslist, where ads are usually posted on the first page.
ConsumerWatchdog’s research found that the advertising for Hammer insurance was much less likely than the advertising on other consumer products.
In fact, the ad was less likely when it was on Craigslist, with Hammer ads only being slightly more likely than other ads to be seen.
Consumerwatchdog also found advertisements in Hammer ads were less likely if the ads targeted a specific demographic, such as seniors or women.
The study’s lead author, Rebecca Pinto, wrote that the Hammer Insurance ads were also less likely because they were more likely placed in more targeted categories.
Consumers were more receptive, however, to Hammer insurance ads that targeted specific individuals, such a seniors group, when they were placed on Craigslist.
Hammer’s ads on Craigslist were also more likely if they were for homes that had been remodeled, and the ads were more positive and helpful to the homeowners in the ads, according to the study.
Hammer, in fact, had the highest level of positive ads on all the consumer products studied.
Consumers who viewed Hammer insurance commercials also were more open to Hammer ads that were more informative and helpful, according the study’s findings.
Consumers also viewed Hammer ads in a similar way to consumer products on TV, which often are more expensive and less informative.
Hammer insurance’s ads are less likely for the same reason.
Hammer offers more products than other consumer product companies, but consumer groups say Hammer’s advertising strategy is less effective than other companies.
Consumer groups are calling for the FTC to investigate Hammer insurance for possible violations of advertising laws.
Consumer Watchdog is the only consumer group to file a complaint against Hammer.
Hammer declined to comment on the study, citing the ongoing investigation.
Hammer is not the only company that relies on adverts for revenue.
Other companies are also finding it difficult to attract advertising on their products, such that ads are being placed on TV and in newspapers and magazines.
Consumer watchdogs have long accused many ad companies of misleading consumers.
For example, one study found that over half of the ads in newspapers that consumers could see were from a company that made misleading claims about the safety of products.
The American Medical Association, the American Consumer Care Association, and Consumer Watchdogs have all filed complaints with the FTC, accusing companies of deceptive advertising.