Tag Archives: Contextual

Digital out-of-home advertisers seek hyper-local, contextual targeting

New findings shared by the DPAA tell us about the role DOOH plays in marketers’ omnichannel strategies. Chris Wood on December 17, 2021 Marketers are expanding their omnichannel playbook to include digital out-of-home (DOOH) and delivering contextually relevant ads to hyperlocal audiences, according to new findings released this week by the DPAA, a global out-of-home … Continue reading Digital out-of-home advertisers seek hyper-local, contextual targeting

Build Brand Affinity with Contextual Advertising

Erin Hynes October 26, 2021 Brand affinity is becoming increasingly important. Research consistently shows that consumers, particularly millennials, are 4 times more likely to purchase from a company?that is purpose-driven. Globally, 94% of consumers say it is important that the companies they engage with have a strong purpose, and 83% say companies should only earn … Continue reading Build Brand Affinity with Contextual Advertising

Contextual vs. Native Advertising: Which Is Best for Your Business?

Sofia Pompeo October 11, 2021 If your business is looking to utilize paid media, then you might want to research contextual and native advertising. Paid media is a great catalyst to get your brand out there and build recognition relatively quickly. It’s also affordable, depending on the type of ad you are running, and it’s … Continue reading Contextual vs. Native Advertising: Which Is Best for Your Business?

Publishers Grapple Over Email, Contextual Targeting To Replace Third-Party Cookies

Publishers Grapple Over Email, Contextual Targeting To Replace Third-Party Cookies by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, May 3, 2021 Publishers can’t expect readers to log into their website to read the content if they can view it without a subscription. Jana Meron, senior vice president of programmatic and data strategy at Insider, says: “At best, you’re … Continue reading Publishers Grapple Over Email, Contextual Targeting To Replace Third-Party Cookies

Targeting Without Cookies? Time to Embrace Contextual Advertising

Erin Hynes April 6, 2021 Behavioural targeting has long been the default targeting method on a marketer’s programmatic campaign checklist. Since the 1990s, the cookie has made tracking in-browser user behaviour a useful tool for targeting digital ads towards receptive consumers. But with consumer demand and new regulations around online privacy, this is changing—which means … Continue reading Targeting Without Cookies? Time to Embrace Contextual Advertising

Why Leaders Should Develop Contextual Intelligence (And How To Do That)

Thomas Griffin June 18, 2020 Problem-solving is a key part of a leader’s toolkit. A leader has to juggle several roles, functions, and solve complex problems. The situations you deal with are also going to be varied. Because of this, you need to be able to adapt to different situations and change the techniques you … Continue reading Why Leaders Should Develop Contextual Intelligence (And How To Do That)

Contextual audience targeting: Pivot your audience strategy from cookies to content

Here are four steps for advertisers and publishers to establish and execute a GDPR-safe, contextually-based audience targeting strategy. Keith Pieper on May 7, 2019 The 2018 European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, started the snowball of data tracking and privacy regulation in the United States, all but killing off what we know as … Continue reading Contextual audience targeting: Pivot your audience strategy from cookies to content

Is third-party data targeting more effective than contextual targeting?

A new report from performance marketing agency Roast and ad platform Teads tested whether the costs of user data targeting and of complying with GDPR are worth it. Barry Levine on June 29, 2018      Can contextual ad targeting work as well as interest- or occupation-based targeting? That question has become very relevant these … Continue reading Is third-party data targeting more effective than contextual targeting?