Celtra offers “Programmatic Creative” for brands and agencies to better target customers
Celtra Inc., a creative, analytics and optimization platform for display advertising, today announced the release of Programmatic Creative, a new addition to its AdCreator platform. Programmatic Creative allows advertisers to build and run data-driven dynamic creatives using leading information services and data analytics providers, such as Neustar, across mobile and desktop inventory. Utilizing this platform, brands and agencies can quickly and easily customize the ad creative to each type of customer and create consistency in current audience targeting strategies being applied today in programmatic media channels.
Even though the advertising industry is in a state of change, the objectives remain the same: delivering the right message, to the right person, at the right time. Celtra is the first to provide advertisers with a scalable solution to leverage audience data to build fully dynamic creatives for mobile display and video ads. Partnering with leading big data companies, such as Neustar with their thousands of customizable audiences, Programmatic Creative brings 1st and 3rd party audience data directly into its self-service platform where advertisers can easily define the rules that inform the creative.
“Programmatic Creative is more than just an enhancement of the platform; it is our new direction and strategy for growing the business to the next level,” said Mihael Mikek, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, Celtra. “While it’s still early, we believe this is a pivotal moment in our evolution, which will change our business and the opportunities that lie ahead. This technology will power all of our ad products moving forward and will become the key value in all ads we deliver in the future.”
In addition to seamless access to audience data, Programmatic Creative also provides a plethora of situational data signals, such as location, weather or time, which can be used individually, or combined with audience data, into more sophisticated rules sets.
“Audience data has been traditionally used by advertisers for targeting audiences and measuring the reach of their digital campaigns,” said Lisa Joy Rosner, Chief Marketing Officer for Neustar Inc. “On mobile platforms the use beyond media has been limited and we are extremely excited to explore new opportunities of audience data use in mobile advertising. Creative ad strategies benefiting from increased access to audience data are widely seen as the next frontier in mobile display and video and high quality audience data will once again play a key role in making mobile advertising even better.”
By bringing audience data to mobile creatives, Celtra’s Programmatic Creative bridges the gap between cookieless mobile environments and the desktop. It also brings media buying and creative production even closer together by allowing advertisers to run dynamically customized audience specific creatives and match them with targeted audiences.
“Ever since the industry embraced programmatic media buying, the creative has largely been an afterthought for most advertisers. It’s been hard to automate and at the same time the efficiencies of audience buying offered enough lift to compensate for mediocre creative,” said Matevz Klanjsek, Co-founder and Chief Product Officer, Celtra. “Programmatic Creative is changing that by making the use of the same leading audience data providers and other data signals in creatives extremely easy and aligned with media buying processes and strategies, thus enabling advertisers to easily deliver the most relevant message to their targeted audiences.”
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