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Known in the general sense as Programmatic Marketing, Targeted Marketing gives advertisers the ability to do something the industry has never before seen; understand EXACTLY how your advertising dollar is performing!  With the growth of Big Data (regarding information about consumers, buying habits and interests) and innovation of Real Time Bidding (RTB), advertisers can now select not only what type of client to specifically advertise to but also how much to pay for the ad. Utilizing several hundred data partners and proprietary algorithms DMG can manage all these various complexities on the ad exchanges in milliseconds, at the very point in time when the customer lands on a page.

We specialize in hyper-targeted display, mobile, tablet and video pre-roll targeted advertising. DMG has invested in the technology and the team. We want our customers to leverage our expertise to improve the performance of their advertising dollar.

Layering on the various Audience Targeting Models is exciting and can further refine your digital advertising campaign, but is traditionally complex. DMG makes this easy for you as our trained staff can quickly build, monitor and optimize these campaigns, reporting back on what is working and make recommendations using real-time data.

Geographic Targeting

Geographic Targeting

Geographic Targeting allows the advertiser to customize content based on the viewer’s location. We can target by country, state, region, city or specific zip code. The use of geotargeting can help a campaign stay on budget by only engaging the right leads. Let’s say your business only operates in a specific geographic area – geotargeting will eliminate the expense of advertising to viewers outside of your defined area.

Demographic Targeting

Demographic Targeting creates opportunities to refine your potential audience to only those within your actual target audience. You can select a variety of known data points (income, gender, education level, etc.) to increase the effectiveness of the advertising campaign. Don’t waste money speaking to EVERYONE when you can refine your audience and deploy advertising dollars directly to the highest likely potential clients. For example, if a product or service is geared to a homeowner then advertising only to homeowners will yield the highest success.

Behavioral Targeting

Behavioral Targeting

Behavioral Targeting is determining how consumers use their web browser, what they are searching for and what things they interact with. Big Data can effectively build profiles on consumers and then group them into defined audience segments. These segments are available to be targeted giving advertisers another highly effective variable by which to seek out the strongest leads. For example, if a consumer browses and spends time on home improvement sites, it is highly likely that this person will also be interested in similarly themed products or services.

Contextual Targeting

Contextual Targeting takes into consideration what the consumer is viewing and how that may be aligned with other products/services. While there may not be a direct “link” between the consumers, enough similarities exist to make a connection of a likely interest. For example, a consumer with strong outdoor interests (like fishing or camping) may be a prime target for an advertisement for a new off-road vehicle. Likewise, a consumer looking at IRS business tax information may be a strong prospect for business banking services.



Retargeting a consumer is a simple yet highly effective form of marketing. For retargeting to take place the consumer needs to have already displayed the specific behavior desired (simply put, they’ve visited the correct page on a website to show interest in that page). The consumer can then be followed for a preset period of time and periodically remarketed information from the page that they’ve visited. The information displayed can be the actual product viewed, general information about the site visited or even special offers/promotions. The ads can actually appear on the pages of other non-related sites that are being visited, reminding the consumer not only of their original interest but providing a quick way to click to return back to the retargeted page. This is a fantastic method to re-engage a consumer that you have already paid to acquire. Bringing the consumer back also increases the likelihood of any desired conversion. A common example is when an e-commerce site follows a former visitor around and occasionally displays an ad of the exact product they were looking at.

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