Adspace Partners with SessionM to Track Recall and Purchase Intent

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Case Studies Demonstrate Impact of Video Ads in Shopping Malls to Gauge Consumer Awareness, Recall, and Intent

NEW YORK, NYAdspace Networks is working with SessionM in order to gain insights into consumer awareness, recall and purchase intent among those who have seen the company’s ads on the Adspace network of mall-based screens.

SessionM, according to the company, measures real-time engagement enabling marketers to interact with customers at the precise moment of ‘experience delivery’ using surveys. Each survey is served using mobile geo-targeting technology to shoppers who have just visited an Adspace mall.

Examples of key metrics include:

WalkUp AdvertisingA major department store enlisted Adspace to showcase the summer launch of an exclusive designer clothing line in an effort to drive store visitation and purchase in select markets across the country. The campaign generated a 70% lift in visitation, and 65% of those who saw the ad made a purchase that same day.

A millennial-focused cable network capitalized on Adspace’s target audience to promote their newest series in an effort to drive awareness and tune-in among female viewers. The network saw a 53% increase in awareness of the drama series, with 74% of those who saw the ad saying they planned to watch the show.

“Our relationship with SessionM provides us with the ROI that advertisers and agencies want to see in determining where to spend their ad dollars in today’s highly competitive video ecosystem,” said Amanda Sheplee, SVP Marketing, Adspace. “We all intuitively know that it’s beneficial to reach on-the-go consumers with impactful messages near point-of-purchase, and now the SessionM data provides the quantitative layer that proves the effectiveness of such ads.”

“Working together with Adspace, marketers can now rely less on recall and more on spontaneous reaction to any experience as it happens,” said Matthew Fratturelli, Head of SessionM Research and Insights Solutions. “This unvarnished data is invaluable to determination of real sentiment, purchase intent, and ultimately ROI.”

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