Trent Lloyd is co-founder and GM Publisher Development, at Eyeota.

Are Your Campaigns Run Like Opinion Polls?

Are Your Campaigns Run Like Opinion Polls?
Just because Australian politics seems to be driven by opinion polls, that doesn’t mean you should run your advertising the same way. As Australia puts itself through an election, Eyeota’s Trent Lloyd, says data counts – but how reliable is the data you are using? If political polls were doing...Eyeota Graphic
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Debunking five myths on data and programmatic

Debunking five myths on data and programmatic

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.

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With data, big is not always best

With data, big is not always best
Sometimes quality and beauty comes in small packages: diamonds, chocolates, poodles, bonsai trees, the Olsen twins. Okay, scrub the last one. But you get the idea? Quality is usually better than quantity. Yet, in advertising we seem to ignore this premise. We look at reach and frequency as the two...
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Digital and demographics – a marriage made in heaven

Digital and demographics – a marriage made in heaven

There is little doubt that online advertising must make more of demographics. We have become so focused on behavioural, that we often forget the ‘who’ part of the equation.

Demographics have been around since the early days of direct marketing, long before the Internet erupted. Mail-outs were A-B tested, just as landing pages and online ads are today. And audiences were segmented based on geo-demographics – the scientific way of telling who you are based on where you live. If you live in a four-bedroom house in Point Piper in Sydney’s east, for example, you are probably a wealthy family. You might even be the Prime Minister.

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