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Blis, the pioneer of privacy-first location-powered advertising, has launched its new product suite, which will enable the world’s largest brands and agencies to target their customers at scale in the post-cookie world and still achieve key outcomes.
As the industry pivots away from targeting based on IDs and personal data, brands need to find new ways to drive key business outcomes through personalised and high-performing digital advertising.
Indeed recent research of 109 respondents by Blis revealed that 78% of senior marketers are concerned or very concerned by the loss of cookies, whilst 61% feel the same about the disappearance of IDFAs.
When questioned about what concerned them the most, 37% cited that it was a combination of factors including, the ability to effectively plan intelligent campaign strategies, run targeted and personalised campaigns at scale and effectively measure campaign performance.
Blis is tackling this challenge head on by leveraging its prowess in the location-based advertising space.
It will now combine location data with hundreds of aggregated and anonymised behavioural and lifestyle signals, building a more complete picture of a brand’s customers, to reach them at scale in a privacy-first way.
Blis offers new suite of privacy-first products
Launching in key global markets, Audience Explorer is a visual, interactive tool that enables brands to discover what makes their customers’ unique, build richer media plans and deliver better outcomes.
Audience Explorer is powered by precise and directly-observed location behaviours from Blis’ huge global opted-in panel.
Armed with this deep customer understanding, Blis will then use it’s new Dynamic Audience Targeting to reach personalised audiences at scale, using a variety of rich, anonymised signals, from lifestyle characteristics and affinities through to shopping and spending habits – all without reliance on personal data.
These new offerings will enable the world’s largest brands and media agencies to continue to deliver key campaign outcomes through personalised and scalable targeting, despite the reduction of IDFAs and the death of the cookie.
Greg Isbister, CEO, Blis said: “Our industry is at a major inflection point, with significant changes impacting every single part of digital advertising as we know it today.
“We have been investing heavily in technology to address the requirements of advertisers to reach consumers at scale while not having to rely on personal identifiers, such as third party cookies or mobile device identifiers.
“This new technology will fundamentally change the way our clients plan, buy and target personalised audiences at scale to deliver against their key outcomes.”
Blis client, Sophie Strong, Head of Display and Social, Wavemaker added: “We always want to work with partners like Blis who help us proactively navigate key industry topics.
“Blis’ new privacy-first targeting methodology provides a truly innovative solution to a pressing challenge.”