Gross Rating Points

Gross rating point (GRP) is a term used in advertising to measure the size of an audience reached by a specific media or schedule. Specifically, GRPs quantify impressions as a percentage of the population reached rather than in absolute numbers reached. Target rating points express the same concept, but with regard to a more narrowly defined target audience.GRPs are used predominantly as a measure of media with high potential exposures or impressions.
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  • What do mobile marketers really need? Better metrics, for starters

    …, such as a lift in awareness, attitudes, favorability, purchase intent or preference. Mobile publishers, however, tend to rely on click-through rates as an ROI measurement. Click-through rates offer a mobile-only measurement of what was delivered. But, marketers and agencies are seeking more of an offline-equivalent for campaign effectiveness. One…

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