Digital media, by its very nature, is easily correlated to online behavior and response metrics. Once confined to brand and awareness metrics, the world of TV attribution has now expanded to measure responses and assign value throughout the purchase funnel.
This paper, produced in partnership with The FreeWheel Council for Premium Video (FWC), focuses on that evolution by illustrating TV’s value in the marketing mix through a range of real-world case studies from across the industry while also providing a comprehensive, yet simple, understanding of attribution.
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Read What the Industry Is Saying About TV Attribution:
“Television drives positive business outcomes and, through attribution advancements, we are now able to prove that it does show results,” Keith Kazerman, Group SVP, Research, Data & Engage at Discovery.
“Measuring and optimizing TV investment based on business outcomes is no longer optional for any brand seeking to grow revenue or market share. The ability to measure TV ads in a real-time, unified and attributable manner has taken many years of rigorous development, iteration and market acceptance,” Sean Muller, CEO of iSpot.tv.
“In an increasingly fragmented premium video environment, we’ve found that addressable TV strategies provide brands more opportunities to engage with the right audiences. Through our work with major brands across industries, these strategies can add both incremental reach and reinforce a brand’s message and value proposition with the intended target. What’s more, the analytics that advanced TV provides can be used to optimize campaigns to ensure better outcomes in the future,” said Tom Fochetta, Head of Business, Samsung Ads.
Attribution for television has arrived and now marketers have the proof that they have instinctively understood for decades: TV drives results.