Delayed Viewing Stars for January 14, 2019: ‘This Is Us’ Crushes It in Live+7

Jason Wolfson Delayed Viewing

Fresh off their midseason slumber, “This Is Us” reaped the benefits of delayed viewing to kick off 2019. In the Nielsen Live+7 numbers for the week of January 14, “This Is Us” climbed 90% over its Live+Same Day adults 18-49 haul for a 3.8 rating for the week. Other broadcast winners of delayed viewing include ABC’s “The Good Doctor” (1.2 …

End The TV Scavenger Hunt: Localize Your Search Experience

Jason Wolfson Digital Marketing

Do you know the percentage of viewers that know their local channel numbers vs. the name of the network? We don’t, but we’ll venture to say many of them. With streaming providers offering ~40,000 TV episodes and movies in their catalogs, you can’t blame the viewer for “network blindness”. A recent study from Hub Entertainment Research says with so many …

Focus on Digital Marketing Metrics That ACTUALLY Matter to You

Jason Wolfson analytics

Guest blogger: Mitch Dupuis – Digital Marketing Specialist, Klipfolio We know you don’t have time to read a never-ending article about the value of managing metrics for your marketing team’s performance. We know this because you are leading a team of marketers whose roles are unique but also far reaching, so your position often feels like you’re a juggler in …

Delayed Viewing Standouts for January 7: Reality TV Scores Big in Live+3

Jason Wolfson Delayed Viewing

Love it or hate it, several reality TV series saw tremendous ratings boost from delayed viewing. In the Nielsen Live+3 numbers for the week of January 7, “Vanderpump Rules” rose 100% over its Live+Same Day adults 18-49 haul for a 1.0 rating for the week. Other cable winners include Bravo’s “Below Deck” (0.5 to a 1.0, 100% lift), Bravo’s “Top …

Q4 Quarterly Metrics Report: Digital Download Surge on Amazon & Fandango

Jason Wolfson Reports

We all know the value of data. It’s been talked about ad nauseam for years. The data dialogue has now shifted to one around customer preference data, well because it just makes sense. Being able to go deeper into your audience to know their habits and preferences on how they like to use your services is brilliant. Given that, we’ve …

Delayed Viewing Standouts for 12/31: ‘Masked Singer’ Debuts With A Bang

Jason Wolfson Delayed Viewing

Fox’s new series saw a massive ratings increase from delayed viewing. In the Nielsen Live+3 numbers for the week of December 31, “The Masked Singer” rose 30% over its Live+Same Day adults 18-49 haul for a 3.9 rating for the week. Other broadcast winners of delayed viewing include CBS’s “S.W.A.T.” (0.9 to a 1.6, 78% lift), Fox’s “The Orville” (0.6 …

How VuPulse Analytics Can Help Boost Your ROI in 2019

Jason Wolfson data

VuPulse analytics are a treasure trove of valuable insights about your audience, your ad performance, and the overall effectiveness of your marketing strategy. But many brands don’t truly capitalize on their data or use it strategically when it comes to growing their viewership. To help you strategize for 2019, we’re focusing on three key VuPulse analytics that can help you …

Stretching Ad Dollars: New Year, Same Ole Budget Talk

Jason Wolfson budget

“This year’s motto is do more with less!” As marketers you’ve heard it all. “Do more with less, do it yesterday with less, be more creative with less, try something new with less and oh, make sure what you spend is 100% attributable so we can track effectiveness of your ‘less’ spend.” Each year, budgets become tighter, while the goals …

Delayed Viewing Standouts: The Good Doctor Scores Big Live+7 Ratings

Jason Wolfson Delayed Viewing

Just what the doctor ordered! ABC’s hit series saw a massive ratings increase from delayed viewing. In the Nielsen Live+7 numbers for the week, “The Good Doctor” rose 118% over its Live+Same Day adults 18-49 haul for a 2.4 rating for the week. Other winners of delayed viewing include Fox’s “9-1-1” (1.2 to a 2.5, 108% lift), ABC’s “The Rookie” (0.7 …

How To Win The TV War: 3 Ways Digital Can Drive L+3 & L+7 Ratings

Jason Wolfson Ratings

TV marketers are facing constant pressure to remain competitive with Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and the laundry list of niche OTT and vMVPDs launching every month. According to the Observer, Netflix is expected to spend $8 billion on content in 2018, while Amazon will drop about a “paltry” $4.5 billion. Where the friction lies is that many TV marketers aren’t focused …