Social Media Advertising
prnewswire | August 22, 2023
Food52, a leading innovator in the food, cooking, and home space, and Chicory, the leading contextual commerce advertising platform, today announced their strategic partnership aimed at enhancing the site's revenue generation capabilities and elevating the shopping experience for Food52's recipe enthusiasts. Chicory's contextual advertising and shoppable technology solutions seamlessly integrate with digital recipe content, empowering Food52's audience to discover, purchase, and enjoy culinary products with unparalleled convenience and efficiency.
"Food52 has a goal of building community and making it easier for people to discover great content and shop for the items they need in their kitchen and home," said Matt Greenberg, SVP, head of B2B at Food52. "Partnering with Chicory helps us deliver on that promise and helps our community of 30M shop the best ingredients across our vast library of recipes. For our brand partners, it gives us another opportunity to meaningfully connect with our community as they shop and buy across our platform."
As part of this partnership, over 50,000 Food52 recipes are now powered by Chicory's signature shoppable ingredients button. The shoppable technology allows site visitors to purchase the ingredients for their favorite recipes in just a few clicks. Chicory's integrations with more than 60 leading retailers enable visitors to complete their checkout at their preferred retailer in their area.
In addition to deploying Chicory's shoppable ingredients button, Food52 will monetize its recipe cards using Chicory Premium, a solution consisting of contextual in-recipe advertisements. Chicory's proprietary natural language processing algorithm ensures that the featured ads are hyper-relevant to the recipe content on the page, improving the overall user experience for site visitors and driving incremental sales for brands and retailers.
The partnership also allows Food52 to leverage Chicory's advertising sponsorship tactics, including Branded Cart and Featured Retailer, directly with its advertisers. This further enhances Food52's revenue generation capabilities and provides additional opportunities for brands and retailers to win the digital shelf via the Food52 site.
"We are excited to partner with Food52, a prominent and innovative player in the culinary industry," said Joey Petracca, co-founder and COO of Chicory. "Chicory's contextual commerce solutions will empower Food52 to monetize its content effectively while enabling CPGs to connect with high-intent shoppers, increase brand affinity, and drive products to cart. Together, we aim to elevate the online shopping experience for at-home chefs."
The partnership between Food52 and Chicory is helping propel the grocery e-commerce industry forward, providing a seamless and personalized shopping experience for the everyday cook and enhanced visibility and engagement opportunities for CPG brands. For more information about Food52 and Chicory, please visit food52.com and chicory.co, respectively.
With a monthly reach of more than 30 million, Food52 is a leading innovator in the food, cooking, and home space. Food52 believes that the kitchen is the heart of the home, and food is the center of a well-lived life. It has been named one of the most innovative companies in the world, one of the fastest-growing companies in America and New York City, and one of the hottest food voices on the internet. Food52 has garnered widespread media attention for its unique content-commerce-community model and best-in-class kitchen and home products, from The New York Times, the TODAY Show, The Wall Street Journal, Bon Appétit, and NPR, just to name a few. The team has been recognized for their leadership and industry-changing innovation by Fast Company, Digiday, and Folio:, among others.
Chicory believes in the power of recipes to inspire consumers and drive commerce. As the leading contextual commerce advertising platform, Chicory transforms recipe content into commerce media. Its platform powers a network of recipe publishers and retailers that CPG brands use to reach 110 million high-intent grocery shoppers each month. Chicory's contextual advertising and shoppable recipe solutions can be found on 5,200+ websites and food blogs, including the Food Network, Delish and LandOLakes.com. Sites enabled with our technology take grocery shoppers from inspiration to checkout in just a few clicks, driving products to cart for 60+ leading retailers.
Programmatic Advertising, Advertiser Platforms
PR Newswire | July 04, 2023
Pixalate, the market-leading fraud protection, privacy, and compliance analytics platform for Connected TV (CTV) and Mobile Advertising, today launched the inaugural Top Developer Rankings for CTV across Roku and Amazon Fire TV. The report ranks the world's Connected TV (CTV) app developers, bringing transparency to the programmatic advertising ecosystem.
Pixalate's Top Developer Rankings build on the Publisher Trust Index, which provides ratings for individual CTV apps that support programmatic advertising. These rankings are based on multiple factors, including invalid traffic (IVT), popularity, ad density, and engagement scores.
Often in programmatic advertising, buyers and sellers partner with app developers rather than individual apps. The new Top Developer Rankings provides an aggregated analysis of a developer's portfolio of apps, aiding ad tech companies in their advertising inventory partner evaluations.
Top 5 CTV App Developers in April 2023 (Roku, North America):
AT&T Services Inc.
A Parent Media Co. Inc.
Download the full April 2023 Top CTV App Developer Rankings for Roku here. The full report contains the top Roku app developers across North America, EMEA, APAC, and LATAM as well as regional trends.
Top 5 CTV App Developers in April 2023 (Amazon Fire TV, North America):
Download the full April 2023 Top CTV App Developer Rankings for Amazon Fire TV here. The full report contains the top Roku app developers across North America, EMEA, APAC, and LATAM as well as regional trends.
Pixalate is the market-leading fraud protection, privacy, and compliance analytics platform for Connected TV (CTV) and Mobile Advertising. We work 24/7 to guard your reputation and grow your media value. Pixalate offers the only system of coordinated solutions across display, app, video, and CTV for better detection and elimination of ad fraud. Pixalate is an MRC-accredited service for the detection and filtration of sophisticated invalid traffic (SIVT) across desktop and mobile web, mobile in-app, and CTV advertising. www.pixalate.com
Business Wire | July 28, 2023
LG Ad Solutions, a global leader in connected TV and cross-screen advertising, today released the findings of a new study that found that 84% of Canadian viewers like enhanced ads, and more than half (52%) will engage with them. Enhanced ads are Connected TV ads that include dynamic QR codes, change messaging based on time of day, are location specific or use weather to trigger relevant creative.
The majority of Canadian consumers (69%) are likely to engage with enhanced ads that show real-time sports scores or a countdown to games/events and team match-ups. In fact, enhanced ads with sports-related dynamic content are the most likely to improve brand favorability and purchase intent, with one in three viewers reporting a positive impact.
LG Ad Solutions surveyed more than 650 Canadian consumers who owned a connected TV in February 2023 to understand the value of enhanced ads and viewer preferences and attitudes towards them. The study, titled “Enhanced Ads: The Actionable Format,” also found:
One in two viewers are likely to engage with weather-triggered enhanced ads, and 69% like the idea of ads that factor in weather.
More than three-quarters (78%) of viewers like the idea of ads that provide closest store locations. Further, one in three viewers is likely to be favorable towards local extension enhanced ads.
Enhanced ads with QR codes had the lowest level of engagement at 43%, noting that QR codes lacking a clear call-to-action suffer in engagement. However, when done effectively, one in three viewers are likely to be favorable towards QR-enhanced ads and one in three are likely to purchase brands that use QR-enhanced ads.
Interactive ads are popular with viewers, as 62% prefer interactive ads to static or regular video ads. Contextual ads were also popular with viewers, as 77% liked ads that take into consideration the context in which the ad is being viewed.
"The results of this study reinforce the desire among consumers to have a more personalized advertising experience, receiving information that is timely and relevant to them,” said Jason Randall, Country Manager, Vice President of Sales, Canada, LG Ad Solutions. “Unlike traditional television, Connected TV provides brands a way to give viewers the experience they’re looking for and help drive better brand engagement through more interactive and compelling advertising content.”
For more information on LG Ad Solutions and to download the full study, please visit https://lgads.tv/resource/canada-enhanced-ads-study/
About LG Ad Solutions
LG Ad Solutions is a global leader in connected TV and cross-screen advertising, helping brands find hard-to-get unduplicated reach at optimal frequency across the fragmented streaming TV landscape. We bring together LG’s years of experience in delivering world-class smart TVs to consumers worldwide with big TV audience data and Video AI designed to connect brands with audiences across all screens.