Amazon sellers will soon have access to new
Sponsored Brand Video (SBV) campaign analytics that will allow them to better assess the effectiveness of their video ad campaigns. Any seller may boost their ad’s viewing, ad recall, and brand awareness by taking into account these ten new metrics for Sponsored Brands Video advertising.
Following are the key performance indicators for the Sponsored Brands video campaign:
- Viewable Impressions – Sellers can measure the proportion of advertising that is seen by real people using the statistic known as viewable impressions.
- View-through rate (VTR) – VTR is calculated by dividing the total views of a skippable video ad by the total initial impressions.
- Viewable click-through rate (vCTR) – The number of clicks expressed as a percentage of viewable impressions is known as the viewable click-through rate.
- 5 Second Views – The number of times a customer watched the video for at least 5 seconds or for the entire duration of an impression (whichever is shorter).
- 5-Second View Rate – The percentage of impressions where the customer watched the entire video or for 5 seconds is known as the “5-Second View Rate” (whichever is shorter).
- Video First Quartile – The number of impressions for which an advertisement aired through the first quarter of the entire video is known as the VFQ.
- Video Midpoint – This represents the number of impressions where an advertisement ran through to the halfway point of the video (50 percent of the overall length).
- Video Third Quartile – This is the number of impressions where the video was watched for at least 75% of its duration.
- Video Complete – The percentage of impressions where the video was completely viewed.
- Unmutes – This reflects the number of times a customer unmuted the video to enable the sound to play.
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