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Presentacion abr. 16, 2012 | Share

Changing How the World Sees Digital Advertising

As branding dollars shift from traditional media to the internet, advertisers are demanding proof that their digital media plans are delivering as planned. But in the wild west of the internet things can go wrong. Brands face a never-ending challenge to digest a multitude of data, identify metrics indicative of success, and turn it into a media plan... Leer más

White paper mar. 26, 2012 | Share

Changing How the World Sees Digital Advertising

To better understand issues associated with display ad delivery and validation, comScore conducted a groundbreaking charter study with 12 of the world’s leading marketers. The eye-opening findings from this vCE Charter Study help to pave the way for a more accurate measure of campaign delivery that relies on validated impressions, rather than served,... Leer más

Comunicado de prensa mar. 26, 2012 | Share

comScore Releases Full Results of vCE™ Charter Study Involving 12 Leading U.S. Advertisers

comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR) today released full study results from its U.S.-based vCE Charter Study involving online advertising campaigns for 12 premium national advertisers. The study found that, in many cases, a large portion of ad impressions are not delivered according to plan, and that the quality of ad delivery can vary greatly based on a... Leer más

Data Gem mar. 20, 2012 | Share

Nearly 3 out of 4 Ad Campaigns Deliver Ads Adjacent to Brand Inappropriate Content

A U.S.-based vCE™ Charter Study of 12 national advertisers found that 72 percent of Charter Study campaigns had at least some ads running next to content deemed “not brand safe” by the advertiser. In total, the findings showed that 141,000 impressions were delivered across 980 inappropriate sites to 92,000 individuals. This type of unsafe delivery... Leer más

Data Gem feb. 24, 2012 | Share

3 in 10 display ads delivered are never seen, often because users fail to scroll down the webpage or scroll too fast

A U.S.-based vCE™ Charter Study of 12 national advertisers found that, on average, only 69 percent of the ad impressions were delivered in-view*. The remaining 31 percent of ad impressions never had the opportunity to be seen by the consumer, a likely result of a consumer scrolling past the ad before it loaded or a consumer never scrolling the ad in... Leer más

Video oct. 4, 2011 | Share

Get a Lift with comScore AdEffx

comScore AdEffx™ is elevating advertising measurement. AdEffx is an end-to-end advertising effectiveness solution that brings a new level of confidence and continuity to the industry. Plan, test, validate and evaluate advertising success with a single, comprehensive solution designed for today's cross-media world. Ver

Blog ago. 3, 2011 | Share

AdXpose + comScore: A Gamechanger for Online Advertising Measurement

comScore is very excited to announce today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire AdXpose, a leader in ad verification, optimization and brand safety. Consistent with comScore’s track record of leadership and innovation, the acquisition of AdXpose, combined with comScore’s existing Campaign Essentials product, will enable the... Leer más

Blog jun. 22, 2011 | Share

comScore Campaign Essentials Measurement Capabilities

Campaign gross ratings points (GRPs) have recently been discussed as a breakthrough in online ad campaign measurement and cited as the ‘new online currency.’ However, there is nothing new about it. These metrics have existed for many years, with comScore supplying online GRPs for more than five thousand ad campaigns since 2007. Today, comScore’s... Leer más

Blog feb. 17, 2011 | Share

Mind the GRP

Far from being dead, GRPs look alive these days. At least for those advertisers and agencies dealing with large brand focused advertising budgets. Yes, they´re not the only answer, but they´re instrumental in the evolution from a narrow, direct response medium to a broadening brand-oriented medium. Leer más

Blog dic. 7, 2010 | Share

Who Will Rid Us of this Meddlesome Click?

As I write this blog post about the continued but inappropriate use of the click for evaluating the effectiveness of display ads, I’m reminded of Henry II’s famous quote when he obtusely referred to Thomas Beckett, the Archbishop of Canterbury: “Who will rid me of this meddlesome priest?” Back in 1170, some Knights in armor were only too happy... Leer más