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Ads are better served during prime time hours, says TubeMogul in their Quarterly Research Report. But it's not the only time of day that can serve ads well: lunchtime can help maximize your ad dollar as well. Lots of handy graphs on the ready, let's take a look!
Thinkmodo's "Elevator Murder Experiment" is the latest example of viral video marketing that generated a ton of views for the video in question, but did it help or hurt the movie's chances at the box office? I'll be taking a look at past Thinkmodo campaigns and try to find an answer.
Getting your ad on all the devices out there can be hard. Scaling and measuring it can be even harder. We talked to Chip Scully, the VP of Online Video Advertising at Extreme Reach and got some insights on how they make it easy for their clients.
Richard Bustillo helped Rick Case Honda double their monthly trade-ins, gaining a 12x ROI. How did he do it? By using YouTube TrueView ads. Rick Case Honda was now earning an incremental $50,000+ for online videos that cost $0.20 - $0.30 per view. This is how he did it.
Ads created for the 2013 Super Bowl dominated the Top 10 Most Watched on YouTube for last month but the trailer for the new Sony PS4 easily raced ahead of the competition with with over 26 million views in just 12 days. Chevy, Oreo and Pepsi took 6 of the other spots.
A new report shows us how Canadians are reacting to online video advertisements and how those ads are being carefully targeted to specific age groups, gender and location within that country. We learn that Connected TVs are very popular indeed.
Ads Worth Spreading, a joint effort from TED and YouTube, has selected the ads that blew other advertising experts away and will be featured at this year's TED. Ads were picked in categories representing Talk, Social Good, Cultural Compass, Creative Wonder, Brand Bravery, and Education. A couple of these ads you've probably seen before, but many are great ads that you may not have.
Giving the viewer choice in which ad they want to see, if they really have to, increases the goodwill towards those ads. Hulu has been doing it for a couple of years, and now we're seeing YouTube experimenting with it on long-form content. Could a full-blown implementation of "viewer's choice" ads be popping up soon?
Five ad formats from IAB's "Rising Stars" will be vying for viewers' attention soon. Giving ads interactivity, social media buttons, the ability to find local dealers and to find out more about the product will enhance digital advertising, but the question is, will it make people want to watch more? No doubt the people who want to watch ads will enjoy the enhancements, but those who hate ads won't like sitting through them any more than usual.
Revenue in online-originated content is expected to jump a fantastic 70% in 2013, or $2 billion in revenue, a big jump from 2010's $350 million. There will be an overall decline in spending of 2% across all media, but online ads will be more plentiful than before.
YouTube just announced the winners of their Ad Blitz campaign, as picked by the viewers. Dramatic ads ruled the roost this year and the top 5 reflects that. We also talked to Michael Yapp at YouTube about this year's results.
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 ...
The thing about Super Bowl advertising is that it's not really done after the game has finished. Super Bowl ads have "long tail" possibilities, and get extra attention the next year, especially if they are particularly memorable. And since most ads actually get watched more ...
The year is still young, but one month into 2013, the Unruly Viral Video Chart has already seen some impressive new ads. While there are some tough old veterans clinging on, the most shared ads of January are mostly fresh-faced new ads, making their mark on the ad world.
Most Monday-morning marketers and advertisers will want to know which Super Bowl ad was the winner of last night’s big game. And internet marketers and video content producers will also want to ask an even tougher question: Was that top Super Bowl ad worth the ...