Millennial parents, like everyone in their generation, are enthusiastic consumers of social media and adept multitaskers. However, when it comes to education and entertainment, there’s an even more-important friend for these families: television.
The ANA (Association of National Advertisers) and online fraud detection firm, White Ops have launched ‘The Marketers’ Coalition’, a joint research initiative to determine the level of bot fraud occurring across the digital advertising industry. The coalition’s objective is to provide actionable data and insights which marketers can use to reduce bot fraud and improve marketing ROI. A new survey from the ANA (Association of National Advertisers), has found nearly two-thirds of client-side marketers—63 percent—plan to participate in branded entertainment projects in 2012, making branded entertainment a common marketing strategy for many companies.
Continuing its campaign to educate the industry about the new digital advertising viewability standards, Making Measurement Make Sense (3MS) today launched a new PSA video contest, inviting advertising professionals and enthusiasts to develop videos that dramatize the issue of online ad viewability. To launch the competition, 3MS unveiled the second of its own PSA videos, dubbed ‘White Wall’, which brings to life a metaphor for paying for ads that are never seen.
In a webinar to the ANA Alliance for Family Entertainment (AFE), a consortium of the nation’s top advertisers, Tumblr shared new possibilities and inspired ways for leading family marketers to effectively connect with their audiences who are both young and young at heart.