Brand Surveys and Testing
Determine the influence of brand advertising with our proprietary A/B testing tool, Experiment Designer. And to measure brand lift and channel impact, use our free, in-house, real-time survey tool.
Online, offline, your bottom line — tools for every campaign.
It’s important not to just test, but to truly understand who is — and isn’t — influenced by your advertising campaigns. But traditional testing and survey tools don’t work in tandem, leaving you to piece together consumer sentiment — and that view can be hit-or-miss, at best.
Integrated brand studies in Adobe Advertising Cloud bring the pieces together, giving you a comprehensive snapshot of every campaign, every time. With simple experimentation to eliminate bias, and cross-channel assessments to gauge impact and efficacy, you’ll always have your finger on the pulse of every campaign.
Ideal for A/B testing, create simple, clean experiments all in our user-friendly proprietary tool — which doesn’t require any heavy lifting from coders or developers. Test more than just audience or creative — you can test anything that is available to target in a placement — frequency, daypart, audience, creative, and more. Real-time results gives you control to adjust and change strategies for constant improvement.
Results that reach online and in-store
By measuring the impact of online advertisements on offline sales, get a complete look at how digital and TV are driving in-store conversions. It’s a comprehensive approach to connecting the cross-channel dots, helping you make smarter business decisions.
Assess real-time brand lift in awareness, perception, and intent, then test creative content, formats, audiences, inventory sources, or reach/frequencies to gain a complete view of your cross-channel campaign performance.
Learn more about brand surveys and testing in Adobe Advertising Cloud.
Dig deeper, deliver more.
See how targeted brand surveys can give you the information you need to enhance optimization, monetization, and campaign success in our Adobe blog.