targeting the online audience
From very established and well used targeting strategies migrated from offline media several years ago through to the most advanced techniques only available in an online environment, multiple targeting strategies exist for the online advertiser.
demographic login targeting
Some websites require users to submit demographic information in order to use the site. The largest opportunity for this style of targeting is across Hotmail, attracting over 5 million users per month. Advertisers can select the age and sex (plus other interests) and run display advertising to only this chosen target audience. Provided the user has accurately recorded their actual demographic information, this results in a very low media wastage strategy.
interest login targeting
Similar to demographic targeting, users are prompted to communicate Interests through initial sign up. For example, advertisers who wish to target users who have signed up as interested in Ã«sportsÃ regardless of age and sex targeting may display ads to this group only. Similar to demographic targeting, advertisers experience very low wastage levels.
Across most portals in
Without evening knowing it, internet users can announce to a publisher a particular behaviour. A user can visit an automotive section on a portal and then be tracked across the network and targeted in Ã«non autoÃ environments, such as news.
For example, through behavioural targeting a user could visit drive.com.au and then within hours or days later be advertised to as a Ã«automotive behavioural userÃ across theage.com.au or smh.com.au.
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