Seedtag lowers video skip rate by 85% with extra blend effect

Seedtag has implemented an Extra Blend effect for its branded video advertising solutions in order to maximise the integration of contextual ads into content. This functionality allows brands to integrate their messages into content. The new solutionhas proven video skip rate to decrease by as much as 85%.

The Extra Blend layout created by Seedtag boosts brand association with content: images and videos are more attractive and retain the user’s attention longer, which allows brands to communicate their messages effectively and  achieve a higher level of ad recall.

The Extra Blend effect test results, certified by IAS and MOAT, showed that the video skip rate decreased by 85% compared to the same campaign served with other less integrated solutions, guaranteeing it retains user attention. In addition, thanks to the Extra Blend effect, the number of clicks also increased by 118% on average, while the click-through rate (CTR) rose by more than 0.9%. Furthermore, this effect allowed the test campaign to achieve more than 22% video completions.

The Extra Blend effect integrates the ad into the article’s image but always maintains approximately 40% of the original image. In this sense, the advertiser’s information takes over a sufficient space, but always acquires absolute integration with the image without completely covering it.

Fernando Pascual, Global Head of Design at Seedtag, said: “The integration in contextual advertising clearly multiplies the benefits that contextual advertising brings to brands. With the Extra Blend effect, we are helping our clients to be much more relevant for each audience because their ads are going to be seamlessly blended with the content the audience is interested in. This is the most important advantage of the effect:  ads are blended into the content they are part of”.

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