Is two seconds long enough to make an impression on potential customers? If the MRC’s preliminary guidelines stand, that’s when a mobile video ad will be considered viewable.
In a nod to the future of online video advertising, VAST 4.0 will gain server-side ad-stitching and tracking, as well as an improvement for programmatic selling.
The proposed guidelines for when a mobile video or display ad is considered viewabile are here—and they should inspire feelings of deja vu.
While the video marketing industry finally has a standard for ad viewability, a Videology study finds that advanced targeting is crucial for high view rates.
While there is now a viewability standard for display and video ads, don’t expect full 100% viewability from the start.
Should advertisers be charged if only half their video ad can be seen for only two seconds? The answer is yes, according to the ridiculous new viewability ad standard.
Brand advertisers are getting billed for ads that have no change of being seen by a viewer. A contest tries to build enthusiasm for the issue of ad viewability.