How IP Zone Targeting Bests Cookie Targeting by 128 Percent

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Cookies. They’ve been used as a method of online targeting since Netscape introduced them in the nineties. However, they are fraught with problems such as blocking, expiration, privacy issues and duplication. According to a whitepaper from Seamcasting, only 50 percent of a target audience is identifiable by cookie because the rest are blocked or the cookie expires and just one out of three of those cookies represent a unique user, less than 20 percent of an audience is actually being reached.

Of course, this being a whitepaper offering, Seamcasting has a solution to the problem. It’s called IP Zone Targeting and involves going beyond simple geographic IP targeting. Seamcasting has developed a technology that allows advertisers to target user type (home, business, government, etc.) and demographics (750 of them).

Download the whitepaper now to learn more about Seamcasting’s IP Zone targeting.

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How IP Zone Targeting Bests Cookie Targeting by 128 Percent

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