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HP drives awareness for Spectre 360 using pDOOH enabled via Lemma and Yahoo

By M4G Bureau - November 07, 2022

The DOOH campaign effectively targeted urban audiences leveraging locations witnessing high footfalls in metro cities during the festive season.

HP India has launched its latest range of HP spectre 360 laptops with a multi-city programmatic DOOH campaign enabled via Lemma, the largest SSP for DOOH and Yahoo, as the demand side platform.

The campaign jointly executed by Lemma and Yahoo for HP aimed to reach urban outdoor audiences during the festive season in locations that attract the desired target audience for the brand. The campaign was activated at malls and airports, identified as prime clusters mapped to the campaign's key target audience, arrived at utilising Lemma’s advanced audience buying and predictive analytics tools.

HP Spectre 360's large format video creative was activated across metro cities with a clear call to action to scan the QR code and identify the nearest store. Peak hour ad rendering on screens offering high dwell time via programmatic technology powered the latest campaign.

We are delighted to have once again collaborated with Lemma to get the most out of our programmatic DOOH campaigns, achieving top funnel, flexible timing and targeted audiences for HPs objectives with the Spectre 360 product launch, says John McNerny, Senior Director, Yahoo.

Commenting on the campaign, Gulab Patil, Founder & CEO, Lemma, said, "Programmatic DOOH enables brands to capitalise on the audience's newfound appreciation for the outdoors. Leveraging advanced targeting tools and audience buying, marketers can reach the right target audiences at scale through large digital outdoor ads with minimal spillage."

He continues, “HP's campaign enabled by our integration with Yahoo's DSP is a perfect example of how brands can use pDOOH effectively to reach audiences during the festive season by being present at sites with heavy foot traffic without exiting the digital media ecosystem."

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