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Build Relationship With Consumers Through Programmatic Advertising

Updated on August 23, 2016

Build Relationship With Consumers Through Programmatic Advertising

Don’t ignore your consumer since it is proven that programmatic advertising and intent data can assist you perceive your consumer’s needs and build further relationships with them.

One of the most significant differences in the digital world is that companies should build a relationship with their consumers. Why? Because this helps the company for truly understand the consumers’ needs and deliver them the best service possible.

Most businesses have adopted the usage of social media to reach their audience, but programmatic advertising can be an effective tool to manage consumer relationships. After all, it’s always different what people say and what people want on social media, but programmatic advertising is here to predict adequately what consumers do.

Programmatic Advertising – What you need to hear

When businesses target consumers with irrelevant advertisings or follows them from sites to sites, it can effect on their relationship level with their consumers. Sometimes spending tons of effort on something that you think it may help you (such as irrelevant ads) can hurt severely on their outer picture.


However, by using a smart strategy, and a productive implementation platform that permits marketers to match high-fidelity data about the consumer with implementation around as many devices, creative formats and highly qualified publishers and applications as possible, programmatic advertising can be highly productive relationship building factor.

You know why? It’s because programmatic advertising allows brands to assemble and react against the intent signals consumers give off as they make their path around the web and, thanks to mobile devices, they help to make their way around the world.

Programmatic Advertising – Predict Consumers’ needs


Intent signals are the search data, demographic information, and purchase behavior and geolocation based data that assist brands in predicting what a certain consumer might need any time in the future.

The best thing about intent marketing is that it understand the difference between an individual searching for a printer three months after having been in the market to search for a rental office and that individual searching after browsing blogs about which perfume is best to wear for a valentines dinner.

Programmatic Advertising – What You Have to Take From This Article

Weakly targeted ads can most probably intersect with the right consumer, however, most of the time they would not. In the meantime, they will drive away their consumers. But when implementing programmatic advertising and intent data which focuses on building a healthy relationship with their consumers can encourage relevance and most importantly engagement.


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