Reach alone is no indicator for success!

Activities need to be measurable in order to efficiently and effectively control a business. In the field of product placement, this is often done solely with simple reach figures (in combination with the respective cost). However, reach alone is no indicator for success and therefore not suitable for measuring success! When determining the key performance indicators (KPI) […]

Why we don’t believe in the media value

Unlike most other tools, Placedise doesn’t output any monetary media value in its analysis. Many ask why. The answer is more or less pretty simple: Because we want to provide honest, meaningful and (as far as possible) transparent results and reports. A media value owns not one of those attributes and that’s why we don’t […]

5 things that you should consider when you measure the performance of Product Placement

In this post we want to show five important principles that are relevant to a proper performance and success measurement of product placement – from the perspective of advertising companies. Currently, unfortunately many of them are often not or only insufficiently taken into account. This not only leads to wrong results and recommendations, but can […]

The myth of recall as the one and only product placement measurement method

Background The (potential) impact and success of many advertising campaigns and especially product placement is usually measured (in terms of advertising effects) by simple recall tests. Hereby, usually using forced exposure experiments (Chatterjee 2007; Edwards, Li und Lee 2002), the target medium (in our example a movie) is shown to a pre-selected group of people. Afterwards, while those […]