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YuMe hooked up with Frank N. Magid Associates and Razorfish and took a look at connected TV ad experiences. From the collaboration came a set of best practices to make sure that your users and content viewers are getting the best experience they can. This …
In our pick of the best videos of the week we learn that hoverboards are completely fake but we still want one anyway, marijuana advertising goes mainstream and Kevin Spacey was born to play Keyboard Cat. WElcome to Fun Video Friday.
If BrandAds research results are any indication, not all ads run during the Oscars ceremony are created equal. In fact, some are abundantly better at swaying opinion in terms of purchase likelihood than others are. While American Express soared with over 60% uplift, Snickers saw just a meager 8%.
New full screen, auto-play video ads could be coming to an iPhone or iPad near you soon. The iAds will be music to the ears of advertisers who, currently, can only deliver clickable mobile banners for their video to play on Apple mobile devices.
Budweiser, Coco-Cola, Go Pro, and Schwarzkopf all made the list of brands whose video ads were the most shared across Facebook, Twitter and the blogosphere in February 2014. It’s no surprise that ‘Puppy Love’ was the most popular single ad for Budweiser, marking its second month in a row in the chart.
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.
Budweiser’s Puppy Love trampled all over the competition to take the #1 most shared video ad for February 2014. But video ads featuring human flea collars, cats singing classic 80′s hits, and Germans smoking sausages, all did extremely well too.
Google is caving in to pressure over its internal metrics and allowing comScore to integrate directly into another product. This time, it’s DoubleClick getting some TV-like metrics as well as some brand lift surveys and measurement, all in real-time. This could ultimately allow for broad spectrum, cross-platform, cross-media programmatic buying thanks to comparable metrics in one interface.
Susan Wojcicki will face several strategic challenges as the head of YouTube. She’ll need to figure out how to significantly increase the number of advertisers who are using TrueView in-stream ads as well as dramatically increase the amount of money they spend on YouTube.
Amazon has teamed up with FreeWheel to begin ramping up video advertising at the world’s largest eCommerce site. The possibilities are mind-boggling when you think about the amount of behavior data they probably have stored on shoppers.