fbpx

Audience & Media Measurement

What Lift & ROI Measurement Products Exist Today?

  • ARF Cross-Platform Measurement Council

Relevant key performance indicators (KPIs) have become increasingly important over the last decade for evaluating the impact of marketing and media spending. Today, numerous companies offer products that measure “ROI” and “lift,” But, for many, it is difficult to differentiate them. This prompted the Online-Offline Metrics Working Group of the ARF’s Cross-Platform Measurement Council to create: The Guide to Lift and ROI Measurement Products. This comprehensive report highlights the product offerings of 27 companies in the space.

Member Only Access

Attribution Analytics Accelerator (EVENT SUMMARY)

  • ARF & Sequent Partners

The ARF and Sequent Partners paired to present the Attribution & Analytics Accelerator©, a rigorous four-day forum focused exclusively on attribution, marketing mix models and the science of marketing performance measurement. The boldest and brightest minds took the stage to share the latest industry innovations – real case studies were supplemented with in-depth discussions led by moderators who knew what to ask. The Accelerator featured high-profile experts and marketers on the front lines who debated new solutions and addressed unmet technical needs.

Member Only Access

Conversations with Great Minds (Event Summary)

  • GREAT MINDS AWARDS

A Covid-era approach to celebrating the Great Minds Awards, Conversations with Great Minds afforded stimulating interviews with the individual winners of the 2020 Erwin Ephron Demystification Award, Josh Chasin, and the first-ever Chief Marketing Officer Award, Greg Lyons. Introduced by ARF President & CEO, Scott McDonald, Ph.D., the festive virtual discussions spotlighted the award winners as great examples of marketers synthesizing data with human intelligence, “sparking” innovation and creativity. Editor’s Note: The full summary is available to members only.

Member Only Access

How Facial Expressions Can Predict Ad Sharing

  • Daniel McDuff, Microsoft Research; Jonah Berger, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania -- JOURNAL OF ADVERTISING RESEARCH

Why do some ads get shared more than others on social media? This study used facial coding algorithms to quantify the facial expressions of thousands of individuals in response to video ads. The findings help advertisers predict how different emotions influence sharing, and provide a deeper understanding of the complexities between emotion and transmission.

Member Only Access