Andrew has over fifteen years of Ad and MarTech experience at eBay, Google, Meta, Netflix, Snap, and fintech startups.  He has tackled hard challenges in product, strategy, growth, go-to-market, and partnerships across many verticals and geographies.  He is highly strategic, and has experience building and applying buy- and sell-side ad technology at scale. He has been advising companies from start-ups to Fortune 500 enterprises since 2012. 


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Varying measurement methods and when to lean in on one or two of them 

How the most sophisticated advertisers use a persistent hold out 

The best way to approach media that has to run nationally 

The differences between measuring advertising and channel effectiveness and optimization impact 

The variables needed to structure effective measurement methods  


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(2:07) History of advertising and contextualizing the ideal measurement stack 

(7:40) Options for measurement - Geo testing, using media mix models, time series analysis, and newer versions of multi-touch attribution 

(12:55) Using a measurement tax effectively to value advertising and the consequences of using attribution 

(15:16) The most effective ways to impact advertising using creatives, reach, and frequency and not playing around with bidding 

(16:50) Using upper funnel metrics to inform optimization approaches 

(18:54) Situations where attribution is applicable 

(21:46) Budget approach required to run these tests and committing to the process to detect signal 

(25:44) Approaching marketing level impact first and then measuring channel impact 

(30:26) Using a constant holdout, when it works and when it doesn't work

(33:39) Simplicity and specificity when setting this up 

(37:28) The three main variables on structuring a persistent hold out 

(39:39) Measuring brand advertising 

(45:41) Perspective on using varying look back periods 

(47:56) Where to find Andrew!  






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