Ipsos/Google Advertising Attention Research

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Ipsos/Google Advertising Attention Research: Video ads and viewer attention

Research Objectives Ipsos/Google conducted two separate studies with U.S. consumers to understand: The difference in attention paid to TV advertising and YouTube mobile advertising in a natural viewing environment (Attention In-Home Eye-Tracking Study) Ipsos/Google Advertising Attention Research 2016 The impact of TV ads and YouTube mobile ads on brand metrics such as awareness and consideration (Brand Lift InHome Controlled Experiment) 2

Attention EyeTracking Study 3

Natural Research Design 1. In-Home Passive Eye-Tracking TV Viewers were tasked with wearing eyetracking glasses for at least 90 minutes during their regular TV viewing sessions at home. A separate camera installed in the home facing the TV, in order to determine the length of advertising time. Ipsos/Google Advertising Attention Research 2016 YouTube Mobile Viewers were tasked with wearing eye-tracking glasses for at least 45 minutes during their regular YouTube mobile viewing sessions at home. A passive tracking app was installed on participants’ smartphones to determine the length of advertising time. Note on methodology: The different lengths of the task (90 min on TV and 45 min on YouTube) are reflecting the different real average lengths of the sessions. Comparative claims established in the analysis are relative to those different lengths, and are thus accurate. 4

Natural Research Design - Continued 2. Follow-up Survey All respondents completed a 5minute follow-up survey to provide context around their observed behavior. Ipsos/Google Advertising Attention Research 2016 5

The Approach in Numbers Total Sample 86 18-54 year olds who watch at least 5 hours of TV per week 2,676 ads observed 87 173 18-54 year olds Android owners who watch YouTube monthly TV/YouTube Mobile Viewers who are 18-54 years old in the Cincinnati area 277 2,953 ads observed ads observed (166 skippable /111 non-skippable) Ipsos/Google Advertising Attention Research 2016 6

Attention: definition of the metric Visual Attention Looking at the ad Looking at another part of the screen, but the ad is visible Looking at countdown / skip button Multitasking Looking at other screens Looking at people / other areas Switching Changing Channels Clicking on another video / link Minimizing the ad Closing the YouTube app Skipping Fast forwarding Skipping the ad Visual Attention is defined as: time looking at advertising as a percent of advertising time Ipsos/Google Advertising Attention Research 2016 7

55% of TV advertising time is NOT paid attention to 25% of advertising time is spent looking at other screens (multi-screening) 55% of advertising time is spent multitasking, switching or skipping Visual Attention is defined as: time looking at advertising as a percent of advertising time Ipsos/Google Advertising Attention Research 2016 Google/Ipsos Attention Research Eye-tracking Experiment, US 2016 (2,953 ads observed, n 86 TV viewers, 18-54 year olds) 8

55% of TV advertising time is NOT paid attention to TV Advertising Time Paid YouTube Mobile* Advertising Time (Non-skipped) All YouTube Mobile Advertising Time 55% not paid attention to The majority (62%) of all YouTube mobile advertising, paid and non-paid, receives viewers' attention compared to only 45% of TV Paid YouTube mobile advertising is 84% more likely to receive attention than TV advertising (83% for Paid YouTube mobile ads and 45% for TV ads) 38% not paid attention to 17% not paid attention to *Paid Mobile Advertising Time includes YouTube video ads that are played for at least :30, or in full if the ad is less than :30 Visual Attention is defined as: time looking at advertising as a percent of advertising time Ipsos/Google Advertising Attention Research 2016 Google/Ipsos Attention Research Eye-tracking Experiment, US 2016 (2,953 ads observed, n 86 TV viewers and n 87 YouTube viewers, 18-54 year olds) Capital letters indicate statistically higher at 95% c.l. ; Lower case letters indicate statistically higher at 90% c.l. 9

Mobile YouTube viewers do not multitask during ads to the degree that TV viewers do; TV viewers annoyed by amount of ads 73% of TV viewers agree that the amount of TV ads during their favorite shows is annoying Ipsos/Google Advertising Attention Research 2016 Google/Ipsos Attention Research Eye-tracking Experiment, US 2016 (2,953 ads observed, n 86 TV viewers and n 87 YouTube viewers, 18-54 year olds) U4. What do you typically do when an ad break comes on during broadcast or cable TV, whether live or recorded?; U5. What do you do when a video ad comes on when you’re watching YouTube? ; T1. To what extent do you personally agree or disagree with each of the following statements? 5-point scale. Top 2 Box (Strongly Agree/ Somewhat Agree) (Base: n 86 TV viewers) Statistically higher at 95% c.l. 10

Brand Impact Controlled Experiment 11

Controlled Experiment Design Day 1 Exposure #1 Total Respondents (n 1,572); 9 Ads Tested TrueView TV n 248 TV n 317 Control n 1,007 6 of 20 YT videos, 3 after TrueView / 25 min TV content with 2 breaks with 4 ads each 25 min TV content with 2 breaks with 4 ads each BRAND METRICS Distraction questions on content Randomize: 50% desktop / 50% mobile BRAND METRICS No Control Cell Exposure on Day 2 Day 2 Exposure #2 Distraction questions on content BRAND METRICS Randomize: 50% TV Day 1 / 50% YT Day 1 Ipsos/Google Advertising Attention Research 2016 Google/Ipsos Brand Lift: True View & TV In Home Controlled Experiments US 2016 12

The combination of TrueView paid views and TV results in stronger lift than just TV alone on most brand metrics TrV Showing statistically significant differences Ipsos/Google Advertising Attention Research 2016 Google/Ipsos Brand Lift: True View & TV In Home Controlled Experiments US 2016 Base: Total n 1,572 males and females 18 to 49 years old TrueView TV Paid views Test Cell (248); Control Cell (1,007); TV Test Cell (317) Green numbers represent statistical significance vs. other test cell at 95%/90% 13

Appendix 14

Brand Lift: definition of metrics Top of Mind Brand Awareness Which brands from category do you know? First Answer provided Unaided Brand Awareness Which brands from category do you know? All Answers provided Brand Awareness Which of the following brands of category have you heard of? Top of Mind Ad Recall Which brands of category have you seen advertising for recently? First Answer provided Unaided Ad Recall Which brands of category have you seen advertising for recently? All Answers provided Ad Recall Which of the following brands from category have you seen advertising for recently? Purchase Intent The next time you purchase/hire category , which brand are you most likely to purchase/hire ? Consideration Next time you purchase/hire manufacturer/brand , how likely are you to consider purchasing/purchasing from/hiring each of these brands? Recommendation How likely are you to recommend each of these brands to a friend or colleague? Closeness How close do you feel to INSERT BRAND (A, B or C) ? Ipsos/Google Advertising Attention Research 2016 15

YouTube video ads that are played for at least :30, or in full if the ad is less than :30 Ipsos/Google Advertising Attention Research 2016 9 Visual Attention is defined as: time looking at advertising as a percent of advertising time TV Advertising Time All YouTube Mobile Advertising Time Paid YouTube Mobile* Advertising Time (Non-skipped)

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