- Amaury Médias, the French Media Group, and nugg.ad start cooperation in the French market
- L’OR EspressO is the first campaign running with the nugg.ad solution
- Audience segmentation provides 80 segments
Paris – Amaury Médias announces the launch of its predictive behavourial targeting solution with the nugg.ad technology and kicks off the marketing of its qualified data in a first campaign with L’OR EspressO and its agency, OMD. They launch “Ultimates”, the brand new line, compatible with Nespresso machines, on November 20th on l’Equipe.fr and LeParisien.fr.
The predictive behavioural targeting offering provided by Amaury Médias allows advertisers to deliver their ad campaign on LeParisien.fr and l’Equipe.fr with an audience segment created from the lifestyle and consumer behaviours of users.
As part of this offering, Amaury Médias benefits from the nugg.ad technology to qualify all of its 11 million unique users according to their sociodemographic profiles, comprised of 80 parameters, adjusted in real-time.
Augustin Decré, Managing Director nugg.ad France welcomes this partnership: “We are happy to work with Amaury Médias as they place the audience at the heart of their development strategy. nugg.ad will support them in this strategy and empower them with our targeting solutions to help them meet their needs”
19 specific hotpots were formed by Amaury Médias, amongst which are:
– On L’équipe.fr: Gentlemen, Money makers, Sports enthusiasts …
– On LeParisien.fr: Fashion lovers, Decision makers, Movers …
Due to nugg.ad’s predictive behavioural targeting technology, campaigns benefit from the combination of real-time data and qualitative contexts. Broad and targeted campaigns on l’Equipe.fr and LeParisien.fr become more efficient.
About Amaury Médias:
Amaury Group’s Saleshouse – Amaury Médias – has 230 employees and markets all brands of the multi-media group: Le Parisien-Aujourd’hui en France, L’Equipe, France Football, Vélo Magazine, le Journal du Golf.
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