Which ad impression frequency per user in brand campaigns is the most effective? The optimal frequency is generally considered to be between four and seven impressions. Let’s take a look at how we know when we’ve actually achieved an effective frequency, and when it just looks like it.
Sooner or later, third-party user cookies you’re used to targeting will become anonymous traffic. Does this scare you? It doesn’t have to. We have been preparing for this situation for a long time and have come up with a solution to target users using so-called cookieless browsers.
Mazda achieved high-quality results from personalized banner content with targeting from Seznam thanks to the cooperation of the GroupM and Sauto.cz teams. The latter provided its cookie data with the types of searched vehicles. A number of creatives were then created based on these. How many creatives were needed for the targeting to work properly? …
Brand campaigns are undoubtedly a vital part of marketing, especially in a highly competitive environment, so we should never forget the importance of building brand awareness. But can a bumper, i.e., an unskippable 6-second video ad, be a suitable means to extend the reach of a TV campaign? And does it make sense to use this format as a tool to build awareness of a new product? Have a look at how our client Jan Becher managed to use a bumper to support a TV campaign and achieve outstanding results.
It’s rather easy to reach customers who use the Google browser with advertising. But targeting users with Safari or Firefox browsers is quite a challenge. We love a challenge, so we got right down to business with our client Deichmann. Using video advertising to do this and targeted mainly people interested in shopping and discounts.
A campaign for Volvo was created as part of the RTB challenge “Show what you can do without cookies!” The objective was to reach the relevant audience and lead them to the client’s website. And all this in a cookieless way of course. See what solution the RTB representatives of the Xaxis team produced. About …