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AdQuick.com Launches AdQuick Self-Service Platform for Out-of-Home Advertising

AdQuick.com | November 11, 2020

AdQuick.com, the North American pioneer in out-of-home promoting programming, declared the launch of AdQuick Self-Service, another contribution that gives people, sponsors and their offices admittance to countless bits of out-of-home media through a natural guide based, UI and online business style checkout. By smoothing out complicated work processes, AdQuick Self-Service enables clients to rapidly add out-of-home media to balance their omni-channel crusades.

"While today's world feels uncertain, our mission at AdQuick remains the same. We want to make out-of-home advertising easy for everyone," said Chris Gadek, head of growth at AdQuick. "At a time when our customers are looking for every opportunity to shave time off their media planning cycles or make a statement with OOH advertising, AdQuick Self-Service is here to help, while driving additional revenue to our media owner partners."

To launch an out-of-home advertising campaign, clients essentially explore to their ideal market, add the media they need to book to truck, input their installment subtleties, and transfer their plan resources for the stage. From that point, plan resources are directed to the AdQuick.com media proprietor accomplices for endorsement. When affirmed, clients get notice that their mission is all set live.

"Whether the user is a small business owner targeting the area surrounding their physical location, or an agency targeting multiple cities on behalf of a client, AdQuick's Self-Service makes buying OOH advertising easy and accessible for all," said Gadek.

As the publicizing business keeps on advancing because of COVID-19, AdQuick.com is organizing building arrangements and highlights to quicken out-of-home promoting's unavoidable computerized change.

In June, AdQuick.com launched a Programmatic DSP for Digital out-of-home (DOOH) media close by an industry first continuous attribution dashboard for out-of-home promoting efforts. AdQuick Self-Service is the following advancement in the company's assisted item guide the same number of brands and organizations keep on putting resources into out-of-home media arrangements that organize value straightforwardness, speed of execution, and mission quantifiability.

About AdQuick, Inc.
AdQuick.com is the easiest way to purchase and measure outdoor advertising and is building the operating system to bring the OOH industry online. It is the first company to allow anyone to complete the full cycle of booking outdoor ads online, and connects advertisers and agencies to OOH media owners anywhere in the U.S. and abroad. Founded in Los Angeles in 2016 by former Instacart executives, AdQuick.com's mission is to make OOH advertising more transparent, easier and effective through advanced machine learning-driven, high-touch campaign building technology. AdQuick.com was named in the top ten Best Places to Work in 2020 by Los Angeles Business Journal and is currently available in the US, Canada, UK, Germany, Australia and 12 other countries.

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From websites and native advertising networks to mobile messaging apps and social media platforms, it is without a doubt that the digital marketing landscape has grown diverse and touched new pinnacles of modernity. And now that new year has arrived, we can expect that more advanced platforms, technologies, and new strategies will come and change the way businesses promote and sell their brands and products on the digital realm.

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