The good news is that programmatic and addressable ad buying for TV are showing huge percentage gains. The bad news is that both are still extremely small areas.
While video advertisers currently spend more reaching non-mobile devices, that will change next year as mobile viewing continues to explode.
Brand safety concerns have advertisers and agencies saying sayonara to programmatic, but can this much-hyped ad market make a comeback?
Learn from the source! YouTube creates a multipart guide to getting the right attention, working with influencers, and benefiting from video metrics.
Going vertical requires money and tech commitments, which is why adoption has been slow so far. A handful of innovative publishers are moving forward.
Take a deep dive into sponsored video data: A comprehensive database of sponsored video metrics helps both brands and branded content producers.
As TV and digital video campaigns converge, online is starting to look more like TV. That's because buyers demand demographic guarantees on multi-platform campaigns.
Of all the broadcast and streaming TV brands, only Netflix is doing a good job at building awareness with young millennials. That should have the rest worried.
Move over TV, because online adverting budgets are growing. But how much of that increase is going to the big two players: Google and Facebook?
Publishers have six months to clear all the poor ad experiences from their desktop and mobile sites, or risk having all their ads blocked for Chrome users.
Vimeo Business gets even more useful for brand marketers with the inclusion of interactive cards, end screens, and email capturing.