Ad recall surveys are used in market research to understand what respondents recall after viewing an advertisement. It can measure an ad’s key performance indicators such as perception, likelihood to purchase, likes, dislikes, awareness, and more.
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There are three main types of questions used within ad recall surveys, and they are:
For example, “Did you see an advertisement for Pantene in the last 24 hours on social media?”. If the respondent says yes, follow-up questions are asked to get additional feedback on their degree of awareness in regard to the ad and their feelings toward it.
For example, “Did you see an advertisement for shampoo in the last 24 hours?”. If the respondent says yes, follow-up questions are asked on the different shampoo ads they saw and their feelings toward them.
For example, “In the last 24 hours, what advertisements do you recall seeing on your social media?”.
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These are a few important questions to include in your Ad Recall and Awareness Survey:
This is the most important question to include within an ad recall survey as it directly addresses ad recall. It gives you feedback on how memorable your ad was.
This question helps you get an understanding of respondents’ perception of your ad. This question can be open ended by providing respondents with a text box to input their answer. However, it can also be presented as an MCQ by following the question with multi-select answer options consisting of positive and negative words. Respondents can then select all the words that they associate with your ad.
It is important that your target audience resonates with the messaging of the ad. This question helps measure how well the ad connected with your audience.
This question helps measure brand consideration and the effectiveness of your ad in creating a desired action.
Including a question that asks about your position in the market in regard to ad effectiveness will give you an idea of where you stand. It will also show you how well your ads are received relative to ads from your competitors.
Your ad may have a very strong message, but if your target audience isn’t able to understand it, it’s of no use. This question gives you an idea of how understandable your ad is.
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Ad recall is a metric that measures how memorable an ad campaign is to an audience. It is usually measured through ad recall surveys by showing consumers ads and then asking them questions about it.
Your estimated ad recall lift (people) rate can be calculated by dividing the estimated incremental number of people who recall your ad with the number of people your ad reached.
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