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Patriot Software Launches TV Advertising to Reach American Business Owners

Patriot Software | December 30, 2020

American organizations have confronted phenomenal difficulties this year, and Patriot Software is set for ensure bookkeeping and finance isn't one of them. Patriot Software launched a public TV mission to guarantee organizations of all sizes they can set aside time and cash with Patriot's accounting and payroll software.

Begun in the basement of a factory more than 3 decades ago, Patriot knows direct how significant it is for business to have simple software that really works, so they can focus in on what they specialize in.

Patriot tapped All-Inclusive TV office Marketing Architects for the campaign. They launched with two diverse creatives, "Our Mission, Your Success" and "The Few," both identified as winners by the agency’s creative pretesting platform. The pilot will run for one month on networks like CNN, Comedy Central, Fox Business News, and ESPN.

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Pearl Media and Seaport Capital Acquire Lure

Pearl Media, Seaport Capital, Lure | May 02, 2022

Montclair-based Pearl Media partnered with Seaport Capital and acquired New York-based Lure Outdoor. With this acquisition, Lure outdoor has earned the reputation of a premier street-level Out of Home Media company in the US. Seaport Capital indulges in lower-middle markets and primarily invests in communication infrastructure and services, business and information services and media companies. LURE Outdoor's out-of-home (OOH) portfolio includes over 120 high-profile street-level mediums across New York City, Brooklyn, Chicago, and Los Angeles. As a result of the acquisition, Pearl will be able to deliver expanded reach to high-impact media within trendsetting hubs of significant cities. In addition, Pearl also focuses on providing clients with more targeted media buys through agreements with some of the most sought-after mixed-use developments and large format OOH assets in urban core downtown locations around the country. Pearl Media's roots can be found in the OOH advertising mix throughout the decade, and it has always adored OOH by transitioning it in different directions. "Pearl Media was born in OOH on the street level, pioneering the acceptance of Storefronts into the OOH media mix over a decade ago." said Joshua Cohen, CEO of Pearl Media. "Pearl Media was born in OOH on the street level, pioneering the acceptance of Storefronts into the OOH media mix over a decade ago. Today the business has grown in several directions, however we have never lost our love for the medium and we recognized LURE has done an amazing job building out this high-profile permitted inventory in some of the top neighborhoods and cities in the country. We could not be more thrilled about the opportunity in front of us to continue to build out this portfolio with the expanded team," said Joshua Cohen, CEO of Pearl Media. Lure Media is known for the larger-than-life OOH displays and is the first to develop "can't miss" eye-level Billboards and in-window displays. It has been creating bold and innovative campaigns for the last eight years. LURE's assets have helped businesses to break through the busiest, most attractive neighborhoods. "With shared values and a shared love for street-level OOH media, joining Pearl is the ideal next step for LURE to grow. We are excited to see Pearl's vision for the combined entity come to fruition", said Jonny Kaloudis, CEO of LURE.

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Catalina and GSTV Form Strategic Partnership to Measure Impact of DOOH Ads

Catalina | December 02, 2021

Leading shopper intelligence and omni-channel media provider Catalina and GSTV, the national video network engaging and entertaining targeted audiences at scale across tens of thousands of fuel retailers, have formed a strategic partnership to make GSTV an integral part of more retailers' and CPG brands' retail media strategies. Catalina will provide the required measurement metrics that demonstrate the efficiency and effectiveness of advertising on GSTV to help retailers and brands close the measurement loop and optimize the impact of specific GSTV ads on in-store sales. GSTV's digital video platform drives engagement with active and mobile consumers each day at more than 26,000 fuel retailer sites across the U.S., connecting with more than 96 million unique viewers each month. Notably, GSTV reaches grocers' most valuable shoppers with those who fuel up before visiting a grocery store spending 2.4 times more on groceries than those who hadn't just fueled up. Data also shows that the average GSTV viewer spends up to 3.9 times more on products at stores that are a regular part of their consumer journey within three hours of visiting a gas station. For its part, Catalina has been beefing up its Digital Out of Home (DOOH) capabilities in recent months, adding it as part of their omnichannel media strategy and leveraging their data insights to support innovative new targeting and measurement solutions. GSTV is a unique waypoint in the shopper journey, making it a valuable component to an advertiser's retail media strategy. Working together, we will help retailers and brands close the measurement loop and accurately assess and optimize the impact of specific GSTV ads on actual in-store sales." Tiffany Southwell, VP of Out of Home Media at Catalina. In September, Catalina announced that it has been aggressively investing in a modular portfolio of products and services under the "Catalina Compass" umbrella to support Retail Media Networks of all sizes by providing both shopper insights and measurement capabilities. Both Catalina and GSTV see a promising opportunity to make the latter an integral part of more retailers' on- and off-site media strategies. "Reaching the c-store shopper via GSTV is valuable for brands not only because of the network's proven ability to drive sales at c-store, but also because c-store shoppers spend a lot more on promoted items in other retail channels," said Eric Z. Sherman, EVP of Insights & Analytics at GSTV. "Catalina's Shopper ID Graph spans more than 109 million households and 1.9 billion digital ad IDs. Thanks to the depth of their shopper intelligence, Catalina can provide unique audience-level insights and prove shoppers make purchases as a direct result of the ads they saw on GSTV." An early demonstration of the new partnership: A recent campaign for a major ice cream brand drove a +17.3% sales lift among the GSTV-exposed audience, with incremental sales yielding a return-on-ad-spend of $5.37. Of note, 46% of buyers responding were new to the brand. Added Southwell, "With Catalina's data insights and precise measurement capabilities, GSTV will be able to optimize the performance of their campaigns and persuade more retailers and brands to seamlessly and efficiently incorporate GSTV into their broader media strategies." About Catalina Catalina is a leader in shopper intelligence and highly targeted in-store, TV, radio and digital media that personalizes the shopper journey. Powered by the world's richest real-time shopper database, Catalina helps retailers, CPG brands and agencies optimize every stage of media planning, execution and measurement to deliver $6.1 billion in consumer value annually. Catalina has no higher priority than ensuring the privacy and security of the data entrusted to the company and maintaining consumer trust. Catalina has operations in the United States, Costa Rica, Europe and Japan. To learn more, visit www.catalina.com or follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter @Catalina. About GSTV GSTV is a data-driven, national video network entertaining targeted audiences at scale across tens of thousands of fuel retailers. Reaching one in three American adults monthly, GSTV engages viewers with full sight, sound and motion video at an essential waypoint of their consumer journey, and GSTV is the only consolidated and scaled digital media platform in the convenience and fuel channel. Analysis of billions of consumer purchases demonstrates that GSTV viewers spend significantly more across retailers, services, consumer goods and other sectors following a fuel transaction. While offering consumers entertaining and informative content, GSTV drives immediate action and creates lasting brand impressions, delivering measurable results for the world's largest advertisers.

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Google Introduces ‘Multisearch’ in Lens

Google | April 11, 2022

Google has recently introduced a new feature, 'Multisearch,' to aid their visual search function Google lens. The multisearch feature will enable a user to refine their visual search queries. With multisearch, the users can combine their graphic and text parameters to get elaborated search results. Google, in its blog, has given a use case to consider where a user can take a screenshot of their shopping-related search query and add a question to find variants of the item searched. E.g., suppose a user searched apparel that appeared in Orange colour in the search result; then it can use the google lens to find the green variant of that apparel (as shown in the blog image). Although this feature currently aims to assist in shopping-related queries, its possibilities seem to be endless. Sometimes users experience a lack of proper keywords to search their query. However, visuals+text search query capabilities will resolve this inconvenience. E.g., one can use Google lens to scan their plant and explore how to care for it by typing the query. Visual search criteria may play a significantly larger role in the future, when augmented reality glasses and other visual technologies become available. As consumers become more acclimated to visual references and visual capture via their glasses, the ability to include those same aspects into search may become a far more significant discovery feature. Currently, this feature is in the beta phase and can only be used in the US region. Google gives credit to recent development in AI tech; it says in their blog, "All this is made possible by our latest advancements in artificial intelligence, which is making it easier to understand the world around you in more natural and intuitive ways. We're also exploring ways in which this feature might be enhanced by MUM– our latest AI model in Search– to improve results for all the questions you could imagine asking."

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