Xaxis measures DOOH exposure among individuals for Manyavar

02 Jul,2019

By A Correspondent

 

Xaxis announced the results of a recent campaign for retail brand Manyavar, that tracked individuals from digital outdoor exposure to retail store visits. Implemented on mobile and digital out of home (DOOH) advertising, the campaign was tracked attribution from individual OOH exposure against subsequent consumer behaviour.

 

The campaign attribution study was designed to help Manyavar evaluate cross-media frequency management between DOOH and mobile. Xaxis used geo-fencing technology to measure DOOH exposure among individuals, then against mobile ads delivered to the same locations. Results revealed that store footfall increased by 198 per cent among groups exposed to both outdoor and mobile ads, meaning those who had been engaged by outdoor and mobile sequentially visited Manyavar stores three times as often as those who had not. In addition, users who had seen the OOH ads interacted more with the mobile ad compared to users who had not.

 

Said Abhijeet Dhar, Marketing Gead, Manyavar: “The Xaxis and Kinetic team deserves high praise. Not only did their innovation and out-of-the-box thinking help us identify a new approach to measuring attribution, but the unique consumer insights we gained from this campaign were a game-changer. They truly understood our business goals and tailor-made a strategy that delivered results beyond our expectations.”

 

Added Rachana Lokhande, Co-CEO, Kinetic India: “OOH has always been under the lens for not having measured results, but not anymore. Our client Manyavar was open to the idea of measuring the outcome of the campaign and analysing the audience using OOH + Mobile. Xaxis and Kinetic worked in collaboration to showcase the potential of driving incremental reach using mobile as an extension of OOH and then measuring audience behaviour. The data and insights are a clear indication of great synergies between both these medium.”

 

 

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