Relative Advertising Efficacy

In this chart from Matt Murphy, a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, advertising mediums are parsed and scored by their “relative advertising efficacy”.

Relative Advertising Efiicacy

Relative Advertising Efiicacy

Mr. Murphy’s chart shows “Mobile” scoring higher in aggregate than any other medium.

While I am not sure I buy his analysis yet, I do agree Mobile advertising holds great promise.

Coincidentally, my book For Sale By Google employs similar advertising efficacy metrics similar to Murphy’s.

Murphy uses the terms “Reach”, “Targeting”, “Engagement”, “Viral” and “Transaction” to evaluate a medium’s advertising potential.

The terms I use to describe to illustrate advertising efficacy will of course be found in my book.

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