Google Launches AdWords for Video
ADOTAS - Today, Google launched AdWords for Video, a means of allowing businesses to build self-serve video ad campaigns via YouTube. In much the same way AdWords for search operates on a pay-per-click model, the video version runs on a per-view model, whereby the advertiser only pays if the viewer watches the ad to completion (since this is YouTube, the ads are delivered using TrueView technology, which allows the viewer to skip ads after a certain number of seconds has played). Users can also define maximum cost per view, or adjust bids based on engagement (taking into account, for example, click-throughs or shares). Current AdWords users can link up their YouTube and AdWords accounts, if they want, and in any case, the platform allows users to target audiences by language, location and other fairly straightforward demographics. From there, users can select videos they’ve already uploaded, set a bid and determine whether the ad is going to appear as pre-roll, adjacent to related videos or in search results. Google says AdWords’ video reporting delivers stats on what types of audiences are viewing the videos, how long they watch and what further actions they take.
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