"Online Display: The demise of Click, the rise of Dwell" is a study into measuring the intrinsic value of online display media and investigation to the nature of advertising and consumer engagement in general. The document is based around a calculated argument for shifting away from historic response-based metrics into a more natural measurement of consumer stimulation.
The last 24 hours I have been presenting some new global data findings to various members of the industry press; namely do people “see” and “like” ads online – and is there a way of measuring this in better ways then the archaic concept of ‘click thru’ in relation to display advertising. I mentioned that [...]
Discussions around Digital Advertising from iMedia's Branding Summit in Florida, February 2009. Looking at innovative campaigns and conversions in trying times.
Enjoyed this article “10 ways to boost falling click-through rates” on iMedia today as had some very interesting points, but still feel that a concept in point 3 nailed it on the head; “a user driving by a billboard at 65 mph” - why would you measure such display activity by clicks/interactivity at all?! [...]