All Display & Video 360 users will now be able to extend their campaigns to digital out-of-home advertisements on screens in public locations, including as stadiums, airports, bus stations, shopping centers, elevators, taxis, and more, according to a Google announcement.
Details About Display and Video 360 Campaigns by Google:
Using digital targeting to reach audiences in particular places and regions could be a significant addition to your promotions and could aid in promoting important offers to engaged, interested customers.
According to Google, marketers can combine the emotional impact and fascinating formats of traditional out-of-home advertising with the effectiveness of other digital channels with digital out-of-home ads in Display & Video 360 campaigns. People can be reached quickly and effectively on displays of all sizes and forms.
With a complete picture of your online and outdoor promotional activities managed via a single dashboard, Google claims that marketers will be able to activate, pause, and optimise digital out-of-home initiatives in close to real time.
Digital out-of-home advertisements purchased through Display & Video 360 will not be customised and won’t make use of audience location information or unique identifiers. On the basis of screen location, advertisers will only be able to target people:
“For instance, a fast-food restaurant can immediately advertise on a billboard in a busy business zone for office workers to see over lunch. The same billboard may advertise a later show at a nearby concert venue.
Which makes sense because utilising location markers for each individual device may end up being quite intrusive and probably shock out a lot of people (‘that thing I was looking up last night just appeared on a bus station promo’). However, directing your ads to certain areas at precise times may be quite valuable in promoting exposure-based awareness and action.
The impression multiplier, which is based on publisher estimations of the number of viewers for each ad, is used by digital out-of-home publishers to measure impressions.