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Reichweitenmessung und Mediennutzungsanalysen

Die Auswahl an Medieninhalten, Kanälen und Geräten ist heute größer denn je. Um das richtige Publikum für sich zu gewinnen, müssen Werbetreibende, Medieninhaber und Media Buyer wissen, welche digitalen und welche klassischen Kanäle das größte Potenzial für ihre Ziele bieten.

Unsere Daten im Bereich Reichweitenmessungen stellen nicht nur die Währung im TV-Markt (z.B. TV-Quoten), sondern auch in Printmedien, im Radio, bei Außenmedien, bei Online-Medien und bei mobilen Medien dar. Wir messen, welche Verbraucher auf welchen Kanälen unterwegs sind und wie sie mit Inhalten in den jeweiligen Medienbereichen umgehen.

Wir kennen die Vorlieben der Verbraucher. Unsere Kunden erhalten nicht nur detaillierte Bewertungen darüber, was sich Menschen ansehen oder anhören, sie erfahren auch, warum sie das tun.

Unsere medienübergreifenden Messungen zeigen, welche Geräte Ihr Publikum für jeden Kanal und jeden Inhalt verwendet. Innerhalb dieses gesamten Spektrums bewerten wir Ihre Marketingeffizienz und Leistung und helfen Ihnen dabei, die Auswahl an Kanälen und Inhalten so für ihre Ziele zu optimieren, dass Sie eine höhere Aufmerksamkeit erzielen und zwar auf lange Sicht.

Mag. Susanne Reichl
Mag. Susanne Reichl
Austria
+43 1 71710-588
Aktuelle Insights

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    • 12/09/19
    • Media and Entertainment
    • Media Measurement
    • Austria
    • German

    CAWI-Print 2019

    Die 14. Ausgabe der CAWI-Print ist da
    • 15/03/16
    • Media and Entertainment
    • Media Measurement
    • Austria
    • German

    Wie sich digitale und traditionelle Medien verknüpfen lassen

    Wir haben untersucht, welche Auswirkungen der Hype in den sozialen Medien gegebenenfalls auf die Leserschaft der gedruckten, vieldiskutierten Ausgabe von Vanity Fair, mit Caitlyn Jenner auf dem Cover, haben könnte.
    • 18/07/19
    • Media and Entertainment
    • Technology
    • Media Measurement
    • Global
    • English

    What is the future of total media measurement? A global perspective

    As the future of total media measurement is always a hotly debated topic, GfK invited industry experts to a roundtable discussion on how the landscape is changing. Participants included Google, Facebook, CIM (Belgium), UKOM (UK), CIMM (US), MMS (Sweden) and PMA (Netherlands). Here’s a taster of the four key themes that emerged.

    Media Measurement today

    When we look at media measurement today and imagine its future, a key question is: Does it make sense to develop increasingly complex and sophisticated methodologies? Although modelling media measurement data alongside panels is a fact of life, we found widespread support for the methodological purity of panel measurement – albeit recognizing its limitations. In comparison, the myriad approaches available today causes confusion, and everyone needs to be clear what hybrid, cross platform or total measurement offer. This is particularly essential now as we try to make sense of changing consumer behavior and different means of measuring it. “It is the most extensive modelling we have ever done… what we are hoping for is that the aggregate results are right. […] And that’s difficult to sell to TV people, because they’ve lived for decades now with the idea that they already have the best possible audience research”.

    How will we measure it tomorrow?

    Our second topic relates to tomorrow‘s measurement, addressable TV, programmatic, and the total customer view. While a number of panellists were fairly dismissive of the impact of addressable TV advertising, Google and Facebook saw more significance in these innovations. Now that broadcasters and publishers are generating more data that can be linked back to consumer purchasing, everyone agreed there will be a growing challenge to connect multiple data silos. Some participants felt that research panels can still provide the base-level data to link, organise and make sense of these multiple data sets. “It does represent one more step from the traditional TV world towards the world that I represent, and it makes the politics slightly easier. It makes forging alliances, building bridges and so forth easier. We start to talk the same language.” —Niels Marslev, Google The future of currency and role of JICs What constitutes a currency measure for the trading of advertising is critical. What the industry needs from a currency – or equivalent accepted measure – changes as the media ecosystem evolves. Our experts felt that the increased use of proprietary datasets in a fragmented landscape could well increase demand for a neutral third-party to critically evaluate contending methodologies. So in the future a JIC could move from currency provider to trusted auditor. “It is really about what the currency should actually be doing and whose needs it is serving.” —Nik Shah, Facebook Will total media measurement grow budgets? Although media budgets in some markets have increased, the general consensus was that unlocking additional spend through expanded media measurement is unlikely. However, new forms of cross-media measurement may result in some form of redistribution of existing revenue streams. Advertisers are looking for more efficient ways to spend their budgets and need measurement advances to offer better ROI. Multi-platform measurement could drive down costs and make the process more efficient, with potentially more return. “I don’t think there is a massive pot of money sitting out there that isn’t being used, that is waiting for the JICs to get their act together and as soon as it happens will flood into the market”. —Ian Dowds, UKOM

    Conclusions

    Is the industry moving towards measuring the total consumer rather than total media? Certainly at GfK, we believe that a stronger link between advertising and consumer buying behaviour is needed to create the kind of compelling evidence that will stimulate the appetite for advertisers to increase overall investment in media. Ultimately, advertisers will want high quality, GDPR compliant currencies and metrics they can trust and we continue to work closely with JICs and big data providers as we make further developments in this area.

    Want to know more about this study?

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    • 16/05/19
    • Media and Entertainment
    • Media Measurement
    • Global
    • English

    Total media measurement and beyond

    What is the future for total media measurement in a complex, fragmented market?
    GfK held a roundtable discussion with leaders from across the media industry to debate this pressing issue. 
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Mag. Susanne Reichl
Austria 
+43 1 71710-588
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