Digital Advertising Analytics

| June 23, 2017

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Digital advertising companies are collecting exponentially more data on consumer behaviour than ever before. Your company’s ability to provide clients with an exceptional and personalized experience represents arguably The Looker application for Digital Advertising Analytics shows data from any source and provides easy access for all users to conduct real-time analysis on your company’s full data set. This means executives can use Looker to see overall performance, while analysts can use Looker to rapidly optimize impressions and conversions across various outlets for advertisers and maximize returns on available ad space for publishers.

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Anderson DDB Health & Lifestyle

As Canada’s leading health and lifestyle agency, Anderson DDB is a true hybrid. For over 40 years, we’ve worked with leading consumer and health companies, government agencies and associations, developing smart, insightful, award-winning campaigns that provoke, educate, and get noticed. We call it “brand illumination.

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Anderson DDB Health & Lifestyle

As Canada’s leading health and lifestyle agency, Anderson DDB is a true hybrid. For over 40 years, we’ve worked with leading consumer and health companies, government agencies and associations, developing smart, insightful, award-winning campaigns that provoke, educate, and get noticed. We call it “brand illumination.

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