If mobile traffic is excluded, doesn’t that significantly cut down on scale?
On average Digiseg recognize 70% of all digital events. Mobile device traffic on wifi is recognized but mobile device traffic using cellular data 3g, 4g, and 5g is filtered out . Cellular traffic makes up a part of the 30% that Digiseg does not segment. Cellular traffic is often used when users are on the move or in transit and their geolocation says nothing about their own neighborhood or their household characteristics.
Yes. We can provide a pixel or a click url that can be attached to a completion event for a video and use it to create a profile of your most engaged viewers. Contact us to get a profile pixel.
Digiseg data is based on household characteristics which are an excellent proxy for “needs” and it can be used for a broad range of verticals. Popular verticals are Finance, Automotive, FMCG/CPG, Publishing, Insurance, Telecommunication, Gaming, and Health.
Our segmentation methodology is based on neighborhoods, which means we do not segment data by age or gender. However, we have found that stereotypical targeting, such as using gender, is mostly only useful in certain cases for high-involvement products. When it comes to age, the closest we can get is segmenting users based on “lifecycle”. These audiences differentiate internet users into groups ranging from “Young couples and singles” to “Pensioners”. This approach allows us to offer effective targeting options based on lifestyle and behavioral patterns rather than just demographics.
No, but Digiseg segments all other types of inventory like Audio, In-gaming, Display, Video, In-app, CTV including Netflix and many more.