MediaMath Launches Unique Hyperlocal Offering in Partnership with Factual
By: Staff | Sep 8 2016
Global technology company, MediaMath, today announced its unique hyperlocal targeting capabilities to enable marketers to deliver high-performing mobile advertising to users based on their real-time location. Location data combined with unmatched global scale yields a powerful tool that empowers marketers to drive better performance. This solution is in partnership with Factual, a global leader in location data, and leverages their Geopulse Proximity data service, which is uniquely integrated into MediaMath’s TerminalOne Marketing Operating System™.
MediaMath is the first partner to fully embed Factual’s Geopulse Proximity Designer within its platform. The union enables clients to design, build, and activate hyperlocal-targeting strategies directly within TerminalOne, yielding a seamless, end-to-end workflow. Activating these sophisticated and flexible geofences against MediaMath’s unmatched global supply scale gives advertisers another method by which to drive and maximise long-term business outcomes.
Rahul Vasudev, Managing Director, Asia Pacific at MediaMath, commented, “MediaMath has always worked towards the vision of becoming a Marketing OS for our clients. This means enabling our clients to seamlessly run their display, video, mobile and social media buys through our platform. Today, mobile is the fastest growing channel for us in APAC, and so we have been releasing a slew of new mobile-specific tools, that enable our clients to invest ever increasing budgets on this channel. We are excited to include hyperlocal targeting to our list of mobile targeting and optimization offerings. An acknowledged leader in this space, Factual has an immense capability for highly accurate geo-fencing of audiences, including in APAC.”
The new offering leverages Geopulse Proximity’s flexible and accurate global targeting capabilities, powered by best-in-class Global Places™ data. Factual’s Global Places data covers over 95 million business listings and points of interest across 50 countries, including APAC regions such as Australia, China, Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore, and is continually updated to help ensure freshness and accuracy. This same data is used by thousands of developers and companies including some of the largest search, mapping, navigation, ride sharing, and social network platforms.
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