The US retail chain Albertsons, which also operates grocery brands like Safeway, Acme and Shaw’s, is accelerating investments in the data-driven advertising platform it launched last year for consumer brands carried in stores.
Albertsons Companies’ Quotient-powered digital media platform is delivering as high as two times return on ad spend compared to Nielsen benchmarks for CPGs over the past year, according to details shared with Marketing Dive.
Boise, Idaho-based Albertsons and partner Quotient Technology Inc. said Thursday that Albertsons Performance Media (APM) is providing consumer packaged goods (CPG) manufacturers as much as two times more return on their advertising spending versus industry benchmarks set by Nielsen.
Albertsons Cos. is seeing strong first-year results of its Albertsons Performance Media (APM) program. APM, powered by Quotient, is delivering brand makers of consumer packaged goods (CPGs) up to two times more return on their ad spend compared to industry benchmarks set by Nielsen, according to the retailer
Grocery retailers — along with their CPG customers — are starting to report impressive results from proprietary ad platforms. A year after launching its Albertsons Performance Media (APM) marketing platform, which is powered by Quotient, the retailer is delivering return on ad spend that’s as much as two times higher than industry benchmarks.
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