Post and their agency Mediavest used SessionM to introduce Grape-Nuts Fit to health-conscious consumers. Leveraging two of SessionM’s creative ad formats, consumers could opt-in to watch a full-screen video showing how Grape-Nuts could help them overcome their personal challenges or take a custom poll about their fitness goals and be invited to visit the Grape-Nuts Facebook page. SessionM’s first-party data and targeting solution, mCAST, helped Post reach consumers who identified themselves as having an active lifestyle.
The American Egg Board and media agency Starcom partnered with SessionM to promote the healthy benefits of eggs with a full-screen custom recipe gallery. Consumers were invited to swipe through recipes and email favorites to themselves, then click through to the American Egg Board site to learn more. The campaign was day-parted to reach consumers at breakfast hours across our network of weather, health, and fitness apps.
Syfy and its ad agency, Ignited, needed to break through the online clutter as they launched season 5 of their hit show Face Off. So they used SessionM’s native video format to display targeted messages to current Syfy fans during breaks in the app content. The message: thank you for tuning in to Syfy.
Hellmann’s and its ad agency, Ryan Partnership, collaborated with SessionM to drive high shopper engagement and provide relevant content to boost their brand equity and increase sales. Specifically for the Hellmann’s campaign, mobile users were notified that they could earn mPOINTS for checking into select grocery stores. Upon check-in, they were immediately presented with an ad opportunity to claim a Hellmann’s coupon to use toward a future purchase. They could then click-through from the coupon to Hellmann’s YouTube channel to watch a demo video on how to make a featured recipe.
Old Navy and AKQA leveraged content from the retailer’s existing blog partners and distributed them via SessionM’s native ad solutions – giving consumers multiple pieces of content to view and engage with. The ads appeared within relevant categories including Lifestyle, Entertainment and Music, where consumers were shown four Kids and Baby outfits to choose from and based on their selection, were directed to the corresponding blog where they could engage further: learn more about the sale, view more content and images that the blogger created for Old Navy, and even enter a Pin-to-Win Sweepstakes for a chance to win various prizes.