Campaigns at Global Scale
Start local. Go global.
Blindspot is a network-agnostic marketplace. That means you can use Blindspot as a central hub to start global campaigns, rather than trying to figure out each market individually.
Currently, Blindspot works with over 100.000 screens in 25 countries such as the US, Canada, UK, Australia, Germany, France, Italy, Ireland, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain, Serbia, Switzerland, UAE, Sweden, Romania, Denmark, Norway, as well as in Africa and Asia.
Maybe you’re an e-commerce company that’s seeing great results with Facebook or Google advertising in certain markets. If that’s the case, you’ll most definitely see an increase in our online ad performance if you add DOOH to the marketing mix. The great part? You don’t need to break the bank in order to do it. You can start small with just a few hourly slots and increase your budgets based on the results you’re seeing.
Apart from the simple screen access and view, a great benefit for advertisers is that they can see transparent pricing and receive a single invoice, despite working on multiple geographies. Blindspot removes all the operational hassle and lets you focus on what you should – making the perfect campaign and growing your business.
Data and platform access.
Each location provides different levels of demographical data, based on local partnerships and regulation. If you’re a data partner looking to monetise your data for DOOH campaigns, please visit this page.
Users can browse screens via the Blindspot platform, which can be accessed here.
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The work we are proud of
How bfound increased search traffic using hourly digital billboards and CPC optimization
Blindspot & Carrefour DOOH drive a staggering 149% – 290% sales increase for Beko & Arctic
Driving search and PPC performance through digital billboards – Fujifilm Instax case study
The GameStop billboard that broke the internet
How Wokyo Noodle Bar increased sales by 54% using digital billboards