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BizReport : Advertising : May 21, 2012


Report: Up to 80% video ads abandoned in beginning

A new report from Vindico may have some brands rethinking their video ad strategy. According to the report of the 80% (average) of video ads which are abandoned, that abandonment comes within the first half of the ad. Before you video advertisers run to pull advertising, though, researchers suggest even abandoned ads expose the consumer to the product and that is something to be happy about.

by Kristina Knight

One more interesting fact from the Vindicoresearch: Video players running full-length programming like those from Hulu have the highest abandonment rates (first half abandonment). Mid-roll ad units showed the highest completion rates (94% through 2011), and those long-form content ads are also completed more often than short-form content ads (88% vs. 76%).

Meanwhile stats from comScore find more than 9 billion video ads were served to viewers in April. More than 180 million US consumers (84% of the population) watched 37 billion pieces of video content for the month. Roughly 20% of videos served were ad content. The hot video content hubs remain Google sites (including YouTube (17 billion clips, 434 minutes per viewer), Yahoo sites (741 million clips, 73 minutes per viewer) and VEVO (674 clips, 57 minutes per viewer).

For ad content Hulu continues to serve the most ad content (670 ad minutes, 48 ads per viewer), but Brightroll serves up 566 ad minutes and Adap.tv serves up 525 minutes of ad content. The average content video was just over 6 minutes while the average ad content was 0.4 minutes.

Tags: comScore, online video, video ad trends, video advertising, video trends, Vindico










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