Influence of skippable, non-skippable and product knowledge advertisements on consumer responses in purchasing products that appear in advertisements


  • Savrina Oktaviana Sinaga Universitas Simalungun, Indonesia
  • Austin Leonardo Universitas Simalungun, Indonesia
  • Nurul Anisa Universitas Simalungun, Indonesia
  • Febi Nur Diana Universitas Simalungun, Indonesia



Skippable Ads, Non-Skippable Ads, Product Knowledge, Consumer Response


The purpose of this study is to find out how skippable, non-skippable advertising and product knowledge affect customer response. The theory of advertising value (informativeness, credibility, entertainment, irritation) and consumer response theory (awareness, knowledge, likes, preferences, beliefs, purchases) are used. This study uses a quantitative approach and uses a survey as a type of explanatory research. fifty people answered using the Slovin formula. Closed-ended questionnaires, observations, literature, and literature studies are data collection methods. Data analysis was carried out through the data processing stage using SPSS, and statistical formulas were used to analyze the data. The results of this study indicate that there is an insignificant effect between YouTube advertisements and customer responses.


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How to Cite

Sinaga, S. O., Leonardo, A., Anisa, N., & Diana, F. N. (2023). Influence of skippable, non-skippable and product knowledge advertisements on consumer responses in purchasing products that appear in advertisements. Digital Business: Tren Bisnis Masa Depan, 14(2), 44–48.