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The Evolution of Programmatic Advertising


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The pursuit of precision has long been imperative for marketers at asset management firms. The ability to discern, understand, and engage affluent audiences with tailored messages is not a strategy but a necessity in a landscape where personalisation reigns supreme. Amidst this backdrop, the advent of programmatic advertising has heralded a seismic shift in how wealth management firms identify and connect with their target clientele.

The rise of programmatic advertising

Programmatic advertising has emerged as one of the vanguard of precision marketing with 86% of overall digital advertising revenue forecasted to be from programmatic ads by 2026. Gone are the days of blanket campaigns and mass outreach efforts; instead, the focus has shifted towards granular audience segmentation and hyper-personalised messaging.

At the core of programmatic ads lies its ability to leverage vast amounts of data. From financial behaviours and demographics to nuanced interests, every data point serves as a pixel in the portrait of the affluent investor.

Real-time optimisation

One of programmatic advertising’s advantages is its capacity for real-time optimisation. This agility enables you to adapt your strategies on the fly, refining targeting parameters and message positioning to maximise relevance and resonance.

“ 86% of overall digital advertising revenue is forecasted to be from programmatic ads by 2026. ”

Programmatic advertising supports your asset management firm to overcome the limitations of traditional media channels. With the proliferation of digital touchpoints—from social media platforms and websites to mobile apps and connected devices—the opportunities for engagement are boundless. By seamlessly navigating digital touchpoints, you can create cohesive campaigns that cover diverse platforms with continuity.

The MVPs of programmatic advertising in the wealth management sector

1. Retargeting high-value prospects at BlackRock

BlackRock utilises programmatic retargeting to re-engage high-value prospects who have previously interacted with their brand. Through dynamic ad creative and strategic messaging, BlackRock reignites interest and prompts prospects to re-enter the sales funnel.

2. Segment-specific thought leadership at J.P. Morgan Asset Management

J.P. Morgan Asset Management disseminates segment-specific thought leadership content through programmatic advertising, establishing itself as a trusted advisor within the industry. By curating content that speaks directly to the interests and concerns of each demographic cohort, J.P. Morgan Asset Management strengthens its brand authority and fosters deeper connections with its target audience.

Programmatic advertising represents the best of precision targeting. By harnessing data-driven insights and automation, you can forge deeper connections with your target clients and thrive in an era defined by personalisation and precision.

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