Gayle Fuguitt, CEO and President of The Advertising Research Foundation, provided an overview of this presentation by Dr. Horst Stipp, EVP, Research & Innovation: Global & Ad Effectiveness at The Advertising Research Foundation.
Conclusions from Neuro 1 and 2 research:
-”Strength of neuromarketing methods lies in their ability to uncover emotional reactions better than other methods.”
-Neuro + “traditional” methods can improve the predictive power of an ad test significantly.
Biometric/Neuro methods should be considered for a variety of research needs and business objectives including:
In addition, eye tracking reveals that viewers pay attention to ads while they fast-forward through commercials. Eye-tracking and EEG tests enabled the Ad Council to make a campaign message more effective. In another example, an SST study demonstrated the need to connect entertainment and the branding message in a campaign for Evian.
Dr. Stipp concluded his presentation with these points:
-Neuro research reveals that emotional relevance drives attention, involvement, memory, wanting/liking, and purchase intent.
-Biometrics and neuro research can provide the insights that will result in the delivery of quality creative in a faster, more scalable fashion.
Additional support for the effectiveness of neuro research for advertising campaigns was provided by the following presentations:
“From the Front Lines: Buyers” presented by Daniel Slotwiner, Director, Advertising Research, Facebook; Manvir Kalsi, Senior Manager, Innovation Process & Research, Samsung; Patty Goldman, VP, Research Director, The Advertising Council.
These presenters discussed the emotional engagement and memory activation of custodial and noncustodial fathers in response to the “Father Involvement Campaign.”
Discussion highlighted the need for the integration of multiple tools to enable ad optimization including: EEG, core biometrics, facial coding, eye tracking and self-reporting.
“The Future: The Investor Perspective” presented by Dave Kohl, CEO, Morgan Digital Ventures, who concluded that “visual insights that make you more money from real people paying attention.”