Yes, viewability is important, but it’s table stakes. Rather than seeing viewability as a metric to watch, recognize it for what it is: The starting point.
…And the 3 reasons why those concerns are overblown. A research report sheds light on the engagement and lift provided by OTT advertising.
The future of video marketing isn’t TV or digital: It’s TV and digital. Combining the two delivers rewards beyond what either one can provide alone, but first marketers need a better way to measure results.
It’s a step online video advertisers have been waiting for: With vCE now baked into the Roku OS, it’s easy to compare campaign performance across platforms.
For online video advertisers, viewability isn’t a KPI—it’s the bedrock that all measurements are based on. Now, Nielsen helps them get the information they need.
Publishers are investing in premium online video in hopes of luring TV ad dollars, but premium video by itself isn’t enough. Where is the audience development?
Do all those metrics add up to proof of ROI? Rapt Media surveyed marketers and learned that the lack of deeper insights on data is a real problem.