Exterion Media and Google recently launched a fleet of geo-targeted bus ads that boast location-specific content related to major landmarks and shops in London. The buses feature digital screens that offer tailored images and copy related to certain locations, offering a data-centric approach to connecting with consumers.
Google is the first brand to use the advertising technology from Exterion Media, and is currently in the process of promoting its Pixel 2 smartphone.
Introducing this geo-targeted bus advertising campaign is part of a move from Exterion Media to become a data-driven digital media company. As Exterion Media’s managing director Dave King says: "This is a huge moment for bus advertising; the product delivers stature, movement, scale, dynamism and geo-targeting—offering a whole new dimension to broadcast and narrowcast through this hugely attractive channel."
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