OwnerIQ is Named a Finalist in Digiday Signal Awards

  • by Aidan Bradley
  • Jul 17, 2015

We are pleased to announce the Q has been named a finalist in the Digiday Signal Awards. The Signal Awards honor the technology platforms that are bringing efficiency, effectiveness and creativity to the media and marketing processes for brands, agencies and publishers. In order to enter, marketing technology companies must provide case studies to demonstrate how […]

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Pep Boys joins ownerIQ’s Family of Retailers

  • by Aidan Bradley
  • Jul 13, 2015

We’re excited to announce our auto shopper offering has expanded with Pep Boys joining our retail partner family. Pep Boys is one of the largest nationwide automotive retailer and service chains. pepboys.com receives over one million active shoppers every month and operates 803 stores and approximately 7,000 service bays in 35 states. Pep Boys is also […]

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Retailers Improving Brand Awareness With Programmatic

  • by Alex Bistran
  • Jul 08, 2015

One Third of Programmatic Ad Budgets are Being Spent on Branding Campaigns and over 60% of marketers have added programmatic to their branding strategy. Marketing spend on programmatic advertising has been growing rapidly, surpassing sales and performance expectations.  Currently, the majority of programmatic advertising campaigns are run with the goal of direct responses like sales, form […]

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Programmatic Video is Stealing Budget From Traditional TV Advertising

  • by Alex Bistran
  • Jun 19, 2015

70% of marketers have shifted budgets from TV to programmatic video. Programmatic Video is the use of advertising software to purchase online video ads against defined criteria in real-time. Programmatic software gives the advertiser access to audience data allowing them to display the ad to the right customer at the right time. Recently 1,000 marketers were interviewed […]

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Consumer behavior is driving the advertising shift to mobile

  • by Alex Bistran
  • Jun 02, 2015

Mobile ad spend is growing rapidly and showing no signs of stopping. Over the last year the average U.S. adult spent 2 hours, 51 minutes per day (an increase of 30 minutes) on mobile devices, including web browsing, product research/shopping, and social media.  During that same period of time desktop use dropped an average of 12 minutes […]

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