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Which ad networks support targeting?

What ad networks support targeting specific individuals? I don't mean demographics, I mean a specific person based off a unique identifier (like an email or phone number)? Looks like FB does, any others?

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Scott Elrod
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mHealth technologist☁ex-COO/CIO@Cloud 9-tech for behavioral health■ex-CIO@AmeriDoc(now Teladoc) healing 1.5M patients
A different research avenue might be the API or programmatic interface that manages those multiple mobile ad networks.
These companies should be able to provide you w/a list, incl pros and cons of each network.
Appboy.com
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Joanan Hernandez
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Joanan Hernandez Entrepreneur
CEO & Founder at Mollejuo
Hello Sati,

You're asking the holy grail of advertisement, which in turn it's not that easy to do. Technically is possible to achieve it, but for -obvious- privacy concerns, platforms (web, mobile, Facebook, etc.) anonymize information so advertisers can't target specific individuals.

Cheers,
Joanan
Jennifer Beever
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Jennifer Beever Entrepreneur
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You can target paid advertising to Twitter users by Twitter name, such as industry influencers, media. Those who mention your or your competitors' products...
Sanjeev Rao
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I know that DSPs let you target the way you are want. There are a couple of companies that you could use for that; however you may need to meet minimums. Liveramp and Neustar AdAdvisor. If interested, send me a note and I could tell you more.
Vasudha Srinivasan
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Vasudha Srinivasan Entrepreneur
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^^ Sanjeev is right - a DSP is more likely to be useful in targeting your audience more narrowly. For example, PocketMath ( a self serve DSP where I work), offers targeting in a variety of ways including targeting specific device ids or specific publishers.

If you'd like to find out more, you are welcome to check us out at www.pocketmath.com or drop us a note at [removed to protect privacy]
Drew Paquette
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Drew Paquette Advisor
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Aside from FB or Google, deterministic user matching is best left to companies like Liveramp or Twine, whom you can use to "onboard" your user list or CRM database into targetable segments. You can then activate those segments on most open exchanges (if you're not already using a platform of your own).

One word to always keep in mind with any sort of hyper-targeting: SCALE. Unless you're working with a really large dataset, you're better off testing some different types of data, such as retargeting pools and third-party modeled segments. Set up several small experiments using different types of segments and evaluate what best drives performance, adopting a scientific approach rather than presuming to know who you're best customers are! (Unless you're doing CRM, of course, in which case I'd check out Liveramp to get started.)
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