Optimize Media Mix
How can marketers make their spend as efficient and effective as possible? Smart marketers understand that different media types can play off one another and that users are not interacting with only one media type in a silo. Discover the latest insights to understand how to optimize the mix.
Measuring the ROI of Pre Roll in Media Mix: UK
This study will help you understand more about the ROI of pre-roll ads in the media mix.
- Although TV reach is higher, the YouTube pre-roll adds 10% incremental reach
- The pre-roll campaign, particularly when combined with TV campaign ...
The impact of YouTube Pre-rolls and TV
This ambitious and ground-breaking study combines a number of leading-edge research techniques to help you better understand the emotional and brand impact of YouTube Pre-rolls and TV. Twelve advertisers participated in the study across the FMCG, automotive, tech and telco ...
Impact of Multiple YouTube Homepage Ads for Renault
Renault ran three YouTube homepage ads on three consecutive Mondays in March 2011 to revive its 'Va Va Voom' slogan. We worked with GFK to quantify the success of the campaign:
- The three homepage ads had a combined reach of ...
Effect of Consumer Choice on Advertising Effectiveness: UK
This UK study used eye tracking, biometrics and an online survey to understand levels of engagement in YouTube TrueView Skippable pre-rolls versus standard YouTube pre-rolls, in which viewers are not able to skip the ads.
The key findings were:
- Opted-in ...
Marketing Mix Evaluation for Cadbury
How can you make chocolate seem even more irresistible? A media mix study conducted with Gfk found the optimal combination to get people's mouths talking and watering:
- Online channels had an impressive total reach of 30.8%
- Online provided ...
A Cross Media Campaign to Raise Samsung Awareness
In Spring 2010, Samsung ran a multi-media campaign, including TV and YouTube, for the launch of its 3D LED TV with the goal of raising awareness around the product. This MetrixLab study found:
- 33% of those exposed to YouTube had ...