Roy Morgan’s Helix Personas and realestate.com.au have joined forces to empower advertisers to achieve greater ad targeting through Australia’s No 1 property site.
The partnership combines realestate.com.au’s millions of property searches per month with sophisticated audience profiling and ad targeting, further extending the integration of Roy Morgan’s real-world consumer research with big data in the Australian media buying marketplace.
Media agencies use Roy Morgan’s data for audience profiling, communication strategy, channel and cross-media planning. Helix Personas is a powerful consumer segmentation and data integration tool that codifies comprehensive psychographic, media consumption and behavioural analytics into 56 identifiable Personas across seven Communities.
Michele Levine, CEO, Roy Morgan Research, said: “This new partnership with realestate.com.au is yet another vote of market confidence in our role as the data partner of choice for media owners in today’s data driven, audience-focused media buying landscape.
We believe that Roy Morgan Research has the richest, broadest consumer market research data set in Australia which makes it the perfect match for big, digital data.
“We are particularly delighted to be working with Australia’s No. 1 property site, as the ideal channel to fulfil the immense geo-segmenting capabilities of Helix Personas.”
Claire Harrison, head of media sales, realestate.com.au said: “We are delighted to partner with Roy Morgan’s Helix Personas in order to deliver an improved level of targeting for our media customers, driving further efficiencies for their digital campaigns across desktop, mobile and tablet.
“Our media business is achieving significant levels of growth, particularly in our core categories of banking and finance, utilities, telecommunications, retail & automotive and this partnership will support further growth in these sectors.
“Given the breadth of our audience data, Helix Personas will support our strategy of delivering exceptional results for our media partners.”