Steven Ohrnstein, SVP of platform automation and analytics at Viant, said the company has been working for years to wipe out fraudulent impressions from bid requests with a set of new tools. “We found that about 10% of traffic is potentially fraudulent ad inventory that we don’t allow brands to bid on,” Ohrnstein said.
“For brands trying to determine where to allocate ad budgets during major sporting events, the World Cup presents an exciting opportunity to connect with a growing and engaged audience,” Jon Schulz, CMO of Meredith Corporation-owned ad tech platform Viant, stated.
Cuebiq sat down with Adam Paz, Vice President, East, of Viant — a partner of Cuebiq that specializes in people-based advertising technology — and he revealed his point of view on OOH & DOOH advertising measurement, technological advancements in the space, and more.
With the continued rise of DOOH, those hard-to-engage demographics like business travelers are more in reach than ever. Additionally, though a cross-channel approach and retargeting capabilities, hospitality marketers can expand and open even more opportunities to connect with them in holistic, creative and engaging way, writes Viant CMO Jon Schulz.
Viant, a people-based advertising technology company, used location data, loyalty card and transaction data and machine learning to understand the affinities and behavior of fast-food buyers and group them into distinct sub-segments for more personalized targeting.
Leading self-service advertising platform enhances advertiser performance, driving a 4X increase in viewable inventory versus leading industry benchmarks, 10 percent reduction in fraudulent inventory and increased cost savings through bid efficiency.
When advertisers are looking for beverage partnerships for music festivals, it’s important to understand festival goers’ drink preferences change based on which artists they’re there to see.
With location data, transaction data and machine learning, QSR franchises can truly understand their customers – and the differences between them.
Viant shared a study with QSR called “Demystifying Quick-Service Restaurant Customers.” Its goal was to better understand the industry’s guests by analyzing demographics and marketing tactics. The insights came from location data, transaction data, and machine learning, applied to identify several customer segments for quick-serves.
Viant, a Meredith Corporation people-based advertising technology company, today announced the launch of its new QSR solution. The new offering enables national and regional quick service restaurants (QSRs) to target valuable audiences, measure offline sales and optimize campaigns on the fly.