Eyeota released its latest results on automotive purchase intentions in Australia. The results provide a deep dive into what motivates the buyer and segments those into six different personas.Read More
At Programmtic Summit 2018, Sydney’s premier event for programmatic advertising, Andrew Tu, MD APAC, and Peter Hunter, GM ANZ, will join industry pundits and discuss enabling better marketing performance, transparency and ROI through programmatic. They will join discussions on the value of data and the best ways to track and optimize data strategies.
Advertising industry veteran Peter Hunter has joined Eyeota, the global leader in audience data, as General Manager, ANZ.Read More
Eyeota, the global leader for audience data, and Ipsos, one of the world’s leading survey-based marketing research firms, have entered a new phase in their partnership to bring new data segments to advertisers around the world.
I sat down with Denise Shrivell from MediaScope recently in a live chat. It was a great session as we chatted about changes in the digital media landscape in Australia.
If you missed the session, I have summarized some interesting key points that I shared:
What's challenging about data in the Australian market?
There are relatively few individual sources of data at scale. But this also means that publishers are able to monetize their data quickly and there is the infrastructure in place for data integrations to make it worthwhile for an agency.
As a data vendor, one has to understand the nuances between different markets
We understand different languages and know that there are different purchase cycles for different products across each market. A marketer in Australia vs the United States or Germany will have unique data needs when they are searching for data to reach customers in the market to buy a car. This is something we factor in when we decide on the shelf life of an auto intent data segment for each market.Read More
Roy Morgan Research today announced the launch of a collection of ‘political’ audience segments for use by Australia’s advertisers and media agencies in the lead up to the Federal Election.
The audience segments are available through Roy Morgan’s network of media and data partners across; programmatic, premium digital display / video advertising, mobile advertising, email, direct and unaddressed mail.
The new audience segments enable advertisers such as political parties and others to precisely target audiences made up of; undecided and swinging voters to those concerned with issues such as health, education, the environment, tax, defence, rural & regional issues, unemployment, improving business conditions, crime, workplace and immigration.
The segments are available now on Eyeota, Yahoo!7, Facebook, Acxiom, Near, Mi9, Big Mobile and Greater Data.
As more people turn to ad blockers, Trent Lloyd, Co-Founder and Managing Director APAC at Eyeota, writes in the ADMA blog questioning whether it is down to a lack of understanding of how behavioural advertising works. He suggests the industry needs to demonstrate how we ensure we only use non-identifiable data.
There is no doubt that there is a lot of confusion amongst the general public on the question of data. Who has it? What do they do with it? And how do you stop them?
In part, the fear is about personal details being gathered and sold-on to another party. Such a move, without the individual’s expression permission, is, of course, a breach of the Privacy Act and could result in a penalty of up to $1.7 million .
Unfortunately for our industry many consumers do not get the difference between this sort of infringement – involving identifiable data – and the non-identifiable tracking used for behavioural advertising.Read More
Jessie De Luca, Director of Activation, Insights and Analytics at Eyeota, shares the latest update in our new research-based series, Eye on Insights.
Here at Eyeota, we are in the business of data. Our Activation, Insights and Analytics team combines both internal data – derived from our 1.8 billion unique profiles and sales data – with extensive external research.
How this helps advertisers and publishers
Eyeota shares our findings about advertisers’ audience
data usage and general consumer behaviour pertaining to the B2B market. If you are an advertiser utilizing audience data for the B2B market, this market update enables you to stay updated with the latest trends in audience data usage. For publishers with B2B data, this market update will inform you on the types of B2B data advertisers are purchasing to monetize your audience data.
Eyeota – the global leader for local audience data – and CoreLogic, the world’s largest property data and analytics company, have partnered to launch Real Estate Indicator data.
With Eyeota’s data digitalization capability, the partnership means that audience data segments are now available online to marketers and media buyers in Australia. This means that they will be able to improve online audience targeting performance through effective segmentation by property location. Eyeota has appended over 45 million unique Australian profiles to further enhance CoreLogic’s property data postcode segments. This allows advertisers to gain superior property data insights for digital advertising through all leading DSPs and DMPs.Read More
Trent Lloyd, Co-Founder of Eyeota, debunks some of the most common myths on data and programmatic ad buying in IAB Australia's blog.
The digital landscape is inundated with ads. The sheer range of choice means agencies are being pressured to ensure they reach target audiences effectively, whilst publishers fight for audience attention.
Bigger audiences do not just mean more ad impressions, they also provide the opportunity to gather more data, helping to pinpoint advertisers’ target audiences more effectively.
The opportunity on both sides is immense. For advertisers data can reduce wastage and drive better outcomes. For publishers, data usage is a chance to improve yield, offering the evidence that their inventory will work better than those lacking the same level of audience data.
Yet myths remain about the role and relevancy of data in an age of automation. Let me debunk a few of them:Read More