Google advertisers will soon know if you watched or skipped their video ads


Google unveiled viewability reporting for its video ad platforms today at CES, enabling advertisers to tell whether clips delivered via the company’s Google’s DoubleClick ad services are watched or ignored by online video audiences, reports Bloomberg. Neal Mohan, vice president of display and video advertising at Google, announced that this new tool will help marketers accurately measure the success of their campaigns and fine-tune them for better results. With viewability reporting, brands will know if their video ads “were actually seen or not (as opposed to, for example, appearing off-screen, going unwatched or being swiped past).” Google says that viewability…

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