After a year of working closely together and demonstrating the effectiveness of its digital campaigns, Swedish tech company, Brand Metrics, is bolstering its relationship with diversity media network, Brand Advance.
Brand Metrics enables publishers to prove the effectiveness of digital ad campaigns continuously and consistently against advertisers’ key metrics, by measuring brand lift at scale, regardless of campaign size and cost.
It is empowering publishers to gather independent data on their digital ad campaigns, enabling them to measure uplift in awareness, consideration, preference and action intent, in a simple, cost-effective and comparable way. By sharing this campaign effectiveness data with clients, publishers and networks can prove the value of advertising on their platforms and increase campaign investments.
Dilip Shukla, Managing Director at Brand Advance comments: “Over the last year we’ve applied Brand Metrics to all our campaigns, to prove the impact for advertisers such as NHS, Sensodyne, Facebook, Santander, GSK and the many more that are leveraging our exclusive reach across 500+ publishers for diverse communities. Their clean, efficient technology and process puts us in a position to prove to advertisers that including and reaching diverse communities through publishers from and for diverse communities comes with great ROI”
Anders Lithner, CEO, Brand Metrics comments: “Brand Metrics is proud to support Brand Advance’s mission to bring diverse audiences to the attention of major advertisers by helping scale brand lift metrics across the widest possible group of campaigns.
“Given the consistent lack of investment by marketers into diverse audiences, there’s a clear gap in campaign performance data, and a real need to understand what is effective at reaching their valuable audiences – and what isn’t. Together with Brand Advance we believe we can help provide better insights and audience understanding and consistent, comparable brand lift measurement, resulting in larger campaign investments with diverse audiences,” he says.