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Charting New Territories: Insights on the value of Programmatic Digital Out-of-Home (pDOOH) Campaigns 

by Tia

Digital Out-of-Home (DOOH) advertising or the enhanced Programmatic Digital Out-of-Home (pDOOH) advertising, demonstrates the most substantial influence on brand recall, ranging from 46% to 84%, according to Kantar Media Reactions research. This emphasises why brands are progressively acknowledging the value of investing in focused campaigns, and why over 40% of global advertising expenditure is being placed here.

The latest opportunity in pDOOH, and a first for Auto & General Insurance, is the national takeover, which Robust Marketing, a global media management consultancy, that focuses on media strategy, media planning and media buying, executed for the first time for Telesure,  through the launch of Auto & General’s ‘Suddenly’ campaign. This national takeover involved screening the same advert across 335 sites nationally at the same time.

“Similar to a home page takeover on a publisher’s website, where a brand’s advertisements dominate the advert space on the site, a pDOOH national takeover uses a specific area and timeslot to screen adverts,” says Jonathan Abrams, Managing Partner of Robust Marketing.

“This particular campaign ran over three days at the beginning of March, with the advert screening on 335 DOOH sites simultaneously during peak morning, lunch and late afternoon traffic.”

The campaign yielded almost half a million impressions collectively and included nearly 60 000  screen plays, offering a meaningful return on investment and ensuring many eyes on Auto & General’s new look.

The distinctive feature of pDOOH, as opposed to traditional DOOH, lies in its emphasis on audience-centric purchases. This approach harnesses diverse data touchpoints to target specific audience segments while they are on the move.

“What’s truly captivating in the national takeover is the synchronised airing of a single clip across multiple locations,” Abrams elaborates. “This innovative approach ensures widespread exposure to the advertisement, adaptable to any day, whether it’s a one-time event, a recurring monthly occurrence, or tailored to a particular region or city. Auto & General’s advert was broadcast across national hotspots thrice daily, amplifying its reach significantly.”

pDOOH offers flexibility and visibility at scale. “The potential applications for a national takeover are boundless for any brand,” Abrams concludes.

About Robust Marketing

Started three years ago by Jared Franco Pillai, Robust Marketing, a division of Kifalme, does things differently. The firm is not a traditional advertising agency, as the advertising model at the moment is not sustainable, which is why we’ve reinvented our position in the market as a global, remote media management consultancy, specialising in media strategy, media planning and media buying.

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