Monday, 10 August 2015

TV audience data informs online campaigns

Research carried out by converged TV and video advertising software provider Videology has found that advertisers are increasingly using TV audience data better to inform their digital video campaigns and produce more cohesive cross-channel advertising campaigns.
According to an analysis of all impressions run through Videology’s platform in the second quarter, the number of US video campaigns using TV audience data to target specific TV audiences with digital video almost doubled since the first quarter, jumping 91 per cent.
Videology’s 2nd Quarter U.S. Video Market At-A-Glance analysis also found that of the TV data segments used by advertisers, 28 per cent of them were ‘custom-created’, meaning they were built specifically by the advertiser to reach discrete audiences based on their goals. Custom segments may include, for example, reaching audiences who were unexposed or underexposed to a brand’s ad on TV, or targeting audiences based on their exposure to a competitor’s TV ad.
“In this era of convergence, brands are looking for ways to most efficiently and effectively reach their consumers. In most cases, cross-screen planning and buying drives both of these metrics,” said Scott Ferber, Videology Chairman and CEO. “With so much cross-screen data now at advertisers’ fingertips, the planning silos between TV and digital video campaigns are truly coming down.”
Similarly, brands continued to plan digital video campaigns across multiple screens – 70 per cent of digital video campaigns ran across more than one device, a stark difference compared to just a year ago, when only 22 per cent of all campaigns ran cross-device (Q2 2014). Even more striking, last quarter 44 per cent of all digital video campaigns ran across three devices—PC, mobile and connected TV–compared to only 5 per cent in Q2 2014.
Additionally, the analysis found that brands are placing increasing importance on viewability measurements; in Q2, 31 per cent of campaigns were specifically optimised for viewability – a 165 per cent increase over the same period last year.
Other key findings from the second quarter analysis of Videology’s platform include:

  • The cumulative number of campaigns running on more than one device has increased 11x year-over-year, representing 70 per cent of all campaigns.
  • The total number of campaigns in Q2 containing a mobile element increased 10.5x year-over-year, accounting for 74 per cent of all campaigns in the quarter. Comparatively, in Q2 2014 only 25 per cent of campaigns used mobile.
  • Total TV audience segments used increased 63 per cent quarter-over-quarter.



The most popular TV audience segments used by advertisers in Q2 were:
  1. Sports Viewers
  2. Political Show Viewers
  3. News Show Viewers
  4. Primetime Viewers
  5. Adults Exposed to Children’s Programming

  6. Sourcehttp://cablequest.org/index.php/news/new-media/item/7641-tv-audience-data-informs-online-campaigns

    Source: http://cablequest.org/index.php/news/new-media/item/7641-tv-audience-data-informs-online-campaigns

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