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30-Second Marketing Tip: When to Utilize Frequency Capping On Video and Display

30-Second Marketing Tip: When to Utilize Frequency Capping On Video and Display


Today’s 30-Second Marketing Tip: When to Utilize
Frequency Capping On Video and Display. Frequency capping is a term that means limiting
the number of times a specific customer is shown a given ad. A frequency cap should be considered based
on the goal of your campaign. If your goal is branding, and you’re bidding
on a CPC, or a cost-per-click, model, a frequency cap may not be necessary. If you’re bidding on a CPM, or cost-per-thousand-impressions model, or are concerned about your ad being shown too often, you may want to consider it. If you choose to implement a frequency cap, you’ll need to test it to figure out the ideal number. To learn more about digital marketing, check
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