Yes, there’s a clear winner. A comprehensive study comparing TV, YouTube, and Facebook tests for unaided and aided brand recall.
Thanks to consistent IDs from the video player and ad network, and the addition of an SDK to measure viewability, VAST 4.1 solves a raft of problems.
MightyHive and The Guardian US ran an experiment and found 72% of some video buys were fraudulent, but ads.txt almost eliminated the problem.
Smaller companies are gaining on the big two, slowly eroding the formidable stranglehold Google/Facebook has on digital dollars.
How can smaller players compete against the 800-pound gorillas of Google and Facebook? By working together on their own walled garden solutions.
When promoting a game to mobile app users, nothing beats the effectiveness of video. A report finds video networks doing especially well in mobile app rankings.
YouTube is the undeniable leading video destination, but Amazon sees a weakness. By offering brand safety and detailed shopping metrics, it hopes to lure advertisers away.