At any given moment, your target audience is spread throughout the different phases of the purchase funnel—awareness, consideration and purchase intent, at their most basic.
A Measure of Quantity, Not Quality
A CPM is a media measure that values the cost-per-mille (or cost-per-thousand impressions) for an ad campaign buy.
Topics: Video Advertising, Personalized Video Ads, Audience Micro-Targeting, Intelligent Optimization, Programmatic Media Buying, Campaign Automation, Micro-Targeted Delivery, YouTube Advertising, Uncategorized
Advertising pros know that certain media are more suited to different parts of the purchase funnel. For example, TV has traditionally been the go-to ad medium for creating top of the funnel awareness.
The middle of the funnel comprises the consideration phase. It’s where prospective customers are moving toward purchase, recognizing product names and options. Advertisers will often use retargeting and social media to maintain familiarity and ensure their products are in people’s “consideration sets” when purchase triggers occur.
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Several months ago, we posted a Tipping Point Alert after the CEO of Omnicom Group's media operations told the Wall Street Journal that the agency had started advising its big brand clients to shift 10% to 25% of their TV ad budgets to digital video.
We felt that, as the shift in consumer viewing behavior accelerated toward multiple screens, other large agencies would follow Omnicom's lead and shift a growing volume of ad dollars to online video.
Now, we’re posting a second alert after the stocks of many big media companies recently dropped amid market reaction to Disney’s early August earnings call. CEO Bob Iger conceded that ESPN, Disney's dominant cable platform, had lost subscribers "...due to contraction of the pay-TV eco-system.”
We're huge proponents of YouTube's TrueView skippable video ad format because it delivers exceptional benefits to advertisers and agencies—e.g., they pay only for completed views, and gain near 100% viewability plus significant brand lift in almost every campaign.
That's why we saw Google's recent announcement as big news for us and the video advertising industry.
On Thursday, Neal Mohan, VP, Display & Video Advertising wrote that Google will no longer support buying YouTube advertising through the DoubleClick AdExchange (AdX) as of the end of this year.
Would you like to know what goes into perfectly executed online video advertising campaigns? This is a glimpse not every video provider will give you.
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Topics: Video Advertising, Multi-Screen Reach, Personalized Video Ads, Audience Micro-Targeting, Intelligent Optimization, Programmatic Media Buying, Campaign Automation, Micro-Targeted Delivery, Mobile Video, Video Ad Viewability, YouTube Advertising
What should you look for when it comes to a video advertising solution?
There seems to be a lot of confusion about what to expect from video, especially as it differs from other media you may buy such as TV and digital display. And with every new buzzword that emerges, it becomes harder to distinguish which factors matter most in choosing a video ad provider.
To help de-clutter the process, we've put together a list of 10 things you should look for—based on our research into what advertisers and agencies want—and packaged them in new video advertising playbook.
Here are three of the 10 things you should look for in a video ad provider....
Online video advertising is the fastest growing digital media, with worldwide revenues projected to hit $5 billion next year. This growth has created a lot of opportunities but also a lot of confusion.
One area of confusion for advertisers and agencies is just what to ask for in an online video advertising RFP. As a result, many RFPs are not as specific as they could be or they tend to fall back on familiar approaches that have worked for years with TV and traditional digital media.