With more videos than ever appearing in Facebook’s News Feed, video marketers need to take note of what is going to work for them. A new study suggests that viewers will engage with a video on Facebook, and watch it to 95% completion, if it is less than 21 seconds long.
Wondering when to place that mobile video ad? Is morning, afternoon or late night best for you? It totally depends on what you are looking for. Do you want more people to see the ad? More to watch the whole thing? Or are you looking for more clicks? Recent research shows the perfect daypart to put that mobile video ad in front of the audience you are looking for.
How does the duration of the mobile video ad impact metrics like completion rates and click through rates? Does a longer ad mean more drop off and less clicks or is there some plot twist in the story? The only way to truly find out is to dive right in and check out what the Mobile Marketing Association’s latest research came back with.
The Mobile Marketing Association has put out its first report on mobile video benchmarks. As a first go round it’s not bad and offers some interesting insights, while lacking some more specific information. Still, it does a decent enough job of looking at CTR and completion rates for skippable and non-skippable mobile video ads in three major formats, linear video, interstitial and value exchange (incentivized).
FreeWheel brings a close to 2013 with its Q4 2013 Video Monetization report that shows online video is starting to look more and more like TV, long-form ad monetization is growing and mobile devices are continuing to make an impact on how we watch content.
Invodo has released their Q3/Q4 E-Commerce Video Benchmarks Report and data shows online video has a major impact on the purchase decision of the viewer, with 1.81x more likely to buy a product. We take a look at the findings.
Video views have climbed 20% since Q3 2012 but video ad views are doing even better, outpacing content views by 11%. That’s around a 31% increase over the past year. We take another look at the latest report from FreeWheel on the state of the video ad industry.
According to a new study by Freewheel, which just released their Video Monetization Report for Q4 and all of 2012, we're not only being subjected to more ads than we did a year ago, but we're also watching more of the ads. Now, that might …
Back in September, David Waterhouse, Unruly’s Head of Content, sent me a press release about his company launching a new technology called, “Dynamic Creative Optimization,” or DCO. This proprietary technology is supposed to dramatically increase a brand’s campaign performance by automatically selecting which video ad to …
YuMe has put out their Q2 2012 Video Metrics report that shows a good deal of information about the video advertising that they served up for the quarter. They found that pre-rolls still dominated with massive percentages of all ads shown with other formats like …