Who has the most emotional response to online video ads? Apparently it’s Millennial men.
Baby Boomers are projected to soon account for 70% of disposable income.
Hispanic digital shoppers were asked to identify kinds of advertising that influence their purchasing, social ads scored strongly, cited by 42%.
Mixpo noted that respondents were looking for more than just a social video view or time spent with an ad; they wanted users to take additional steps after seeing the placements.
Nearly nine in 10 US advertising executives polled said they planned to run a video ad campaign on Facebook in the coming year—the highest response rate out of all networks.
Streaming video ad completion rates were lower on devices with smaller screens last year.
According to April 2015 research by Google, shelling out for larger ad sizes could help boost viewability.
Mobile will see its fair share of spending increases; it ranked as the No. 1 area of opportunity for programmatic ads, cited by 33% of marketers.
As viewability rates experienced a strong increase in Q4 2014, US video ad completion rates while in-view did, too, rising 6 percentage points from Q3 2014 to 26.0%.
The percentage of US online video ads that were in-view that quarter reached 39.0%, a 9-percentage-point quarter-over-quarter increase.