Video Game MUST be crushing it with orgasmic audio interrupt


The ad-analyst in me can’t help but deconstruct “successful” ads that demonstrate their success as a result of their spending. This is true in particular for direct response ads.

When it comes to YouTube advertising, after you’ve been targeted with an ad once or twice, if you want to know if the marketer is spending heavily on that specific ad, or you were just a random viewer, you can take the steps in this quickie tutorial:

Specifically, I was looking into this ad which to be honest used a woman’s voice in a way to allude to sexual excitement. It was the third or fourth time I had been served this ad. So, my stats brain kicked on and wanted to know, is this ad “working?”

So, after looking up the stats on the ad within YouTube, I used VidTao.