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Integrating survey data and user data

In the age of performance and programmatic marketing, advertisers have come to expect speed, agility and accuracy in everything from target audience understanding, to communications planning, and measuring campaign effectiveness. This paper details...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2017: Discoveries
Authors: Bonnâe Ogunlade, Simon Zhong
December 4, 2017


Feel more, click more

As more advertising spend migrates online, there’s a need to understand differences between online ads that drive short-term sales and those which drive long-term, profitable brand growth. This need is particularly acute as the industry faces...

Catalogue: Congress 2017: Visionary
Author: Jocelyn Simon
Company: System1 Research Ltd
October 26, 2017


How ad Blocking and ad fraud impact measurement

Ad fraud is an ever increasing curse of digital advertising. It is caused by bots that cause webpages and ad impressions to load and make fake clicks. This fraudulent activity "messes up" measurement, which means the business decisions made based on...

Catalogue: Seminar 2016: Media Return on Investment
Author: Augustine Fou
June 15, 2016


Communication analytics: Effectiveness research for conversion based campaign planning

The Single Source Model is a self-report model and proving far less reliable in a world where consumers are now exposed and interacting with brands across diverse channels and multiple screens, often simultaneously. Whether bravado or curiosity, in...

Catalogue: Congress 2014: What Inspires?
Authors: Erik Prins, Iris van Dam, Sander Pot, Peter S.H. Leeflang
June 15, 2014


Measuring the effectiveness of advertising

Consumers are not necessarily interested in most brands or ads. Usually they do not have time to reflect on what the ad means for them and the brand. This means that it is necessary to understand the way consumers are processing ads. An optimal...

Catalogue: Congress 2016: #WOW
Author: Sjoerd Koornstra
June 15, 2016


Beyond brand tracking (Spanish)

Coca-Cola, as one of the global sponsors of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, engaged in discussions with BrainJuicer to develop and implement a tool for the continuous tracking of their integrated communication plans, which would be able to measure...

Catalogue: Latin America 2014: Accelerating Growth
Authors: Gabriel Aleixo, Flavio Marcondes
June 15, 2014


The data party has just begun (Spanish)

Despite the large efforts done by today's companies, keeping customers’ information organised is becoming harder. Different brands, departments and promotions have the potential to create new valuable information.?The effort required to...

Catalogue: Latin America 2015: Carnival of Insights
Authors: Natalia Gitelman, Enric Cid, Cecilia Mastrini
Companies: DatosClaros - Octubre Research SA, Netquest
June 15, 2015


Love and trust underground

It's hard to measure the effect of advertising when your subject is on the move, underground!Measuring how we react to advertising in the laboratory or the home (where we are watching TV or maybe our mobile phone) is hard enough. Try to adequately...

Catalogue: Congress 2017: Visionary
Authors: Nicola Barrett, Robert Ellis
Company: COG Research Ltd.
November 7, 2017


From accountability to incrementality

Stop! Is your methodology biased? Ad measurement provides 'Accountability' (to prove that ads work), however, we argue that measurement should produce 'Incrementality' (help businesses grow with ads). To measure true ad effectiveness -...

Catalogue: Insights Festival 2020
Author: Minh Nguyen
Company: Google
September 14, 2020