How can sellers adapt and make the most out of a seemingly inevitable shift to viewability-based campaign measurement? How can they keep both their buyers and their CFOs happy at the same time? How can they make sure their content isn't devalued? The good news is with the right practices, viewability can work for you, not against you. The tools are arriving that can turn this perceived vulnerability into a new strength, even if it's a bit painful growing into it at first. Get on this five-step checklist and viewability can work for you:
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These days, the value of using data to make marketing and business decisions is widely recognized. Technology gives us a more granular picture of where, when, who and even why people watch what they watch. Anyone who is trying to make money through video marketing is analyzing that data and finding out how to use viewing and monetization insights to increase revenue and lower costs. Here are five ways video analytics can help grow your business.
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