Good content is always the foundation of any influencer marketing. These best practices still hold true: Content must be relatable and authentic.
Fifty-four percent of Spanish language TV campaigns perform in line with or ahead of English language campaigns. But while many Spanish-language ads perform in line with market averages, there’s plenty of room for improvement.
Driving strong ROI from Spanish-language advertising is obtainable, and our research points to some key tips that can help advertisers achieve strong outcomes more consistently.
For football and non-football fans alike, the ad competition for consumers’ hearts and minds shares center stage with the game on the field during Super Bowl Sunday. So what makes some ads more socially captivating than others?
In a recent analysis, 37% of digital campaign ads in Canada didn’t resonate with their audience. In other words, more than one in three campaigns failed to drive any brand lift in consumer awareness, favorability or intent among consumers who saw them. Why is that?
A strong ad that builds emotional and behavioral connections with consumers will not only help drive sales for the brand, but can also drive long-term brand loyalty and equity down the road.
To understand if a recent programmatic campaign was meeting its goal of driving brand awareness, Hipmunk leveraged Nielsen Digital Brand Effect to measure the impact.
Kiip, a mobile reward-based network, recently used Nielsen Digital Brand Effect to measure the brand lift of a series of in-app ad campaigns.
As the New Year approaches, many marketers are thinking about boosting their native ad spend as a means to connect with consumers within their own environment. That said, they still want to know if their messaging efforts are making an impact.
To execute a recent native ad campaign, Pergo teamed up with TripleLift to communicate its brand message by integrating their advertising content within a site’s endemic experience. Together, they turned to Nielsen to further the impact of their efforts against the primary marketing...