A tiny 3% of CMOs are enthusing over social. Is it because the channel is burning marketing budget -- but reporting in vague communications terms?
The media business typically accepts the usual spending windfall during election years and rarely looks at how political candidate and advocacy advertising works. Without understanding the richness of potential voters' relationships with candidates and issues, as well as their go-to sources of information, it is challenging to go beyond standard ad placements.
Impressions and rating points are good indicators of how many people saw your TV ad, but how does it influence individual consumer behavior? Consumers take action online in response to seeing your ad offline. But which types of TV ads trigger the greatest response? To ensure you're getting the most accurate answers to your questions, make sure your TV attribution methodology does the following:
There was a time when understanding consumer use of the Internet was relatively simple - way more complex than understanding engagement with any other medium, sure, but still relatively simple. All we needed to deal with was engagement from computers. There were no tablets, no smartphones, no OTT; your thermostat wasn't a connected device.