O2 has teamed up with Blis, a location-powered advertising company, to help advertisers to utilise the O2 network to reach specific audiences.
Blis, the trusted leader in location-powered advertising and analytics, has today announced an exclusive partnership with O2 that will give clients exceptional accuracy and scale when advertising online. The proposition, Telco-powered Targeting – together with O2, will use aggregated and anonymised customer behaviour data to match websites with audience segments.
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