Adsmovil Reaches 48% of U.S. Hispanics According to comScore

What: Adsmovil offers technology and data for the mobile advertisement business with operations in the U.S., Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, and Argentina.
Why it matters: The company’s focus on the U.S. Hispanic market enables its clients to reach more than 90 million monthly mobile users.

Digital marketers looking to reach U.S. Hispanics should talk to Adsmovil. That’s the clear implication of comScore’s March report, which shows that Adsmovil, the leader in digital advertising for Hispanic audiences, reaches 48% of U.S. Hispanics.

Adsmovil has built a network of more than 400 premium English and Spanish-Language publishers in the U.S. Adsmovil is also fully compatible with Integral Ad Science, DoubleVerify, Grapeshot, MOAT, and Nielsen.

What makes Adsmovil Number 1 on comScore? 

  • It starts with high-quality publishers. Adsmovil works with elite publishers from the top Hispanic sub-demographics.
  • Adsmovil’s publisher base is diverse. Adsmovil is able to scale large campaigns across different high-quality verticals.
  • Adsmovil uses advanced technology to keep brands safe. Partnerships with Integral Ad Science, DoubleVerify, MOAT, and others ensure maximum security.
  • In addition to that technology, Adsmovil assigns a dedicated account team to ensure that all publishers offer high-quality inventory onlyBrands know that their content will not appear on sites that lack credibility.

“Adsmovil customizes its first-party Hispanic audiences based entirely on their mobile behavior,” said Adsmovil Chief Revenue Officer Andrew Polsky. “Depending on the type and frequency of content they consume, audiences will see relevant ads for entertainment, sports, food, travel, and more. We identify Hispanics via Spanish-language settings on their phone, the apps they've installed on their devices — e.g., Telemundo, Hulu, SlimTV, Semana, Western Union or Univision — and keyword searches in Spanish and English. We also use location to determine if a user frequents Latin restaurants or grocery stores and/or attends a soccer match. We then serve the appropriate ads to the appropriate people.”

 


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