Criteo helps advertisers generate more sales through personalized performance advertising at a global scale. We combine technology, data, science and insight with a transparent cost-per-click model to deliver easy-to-measure ROI.Read about our ground-breaking model
When it comes to results, we deliver. And tests prove it. For advertisers, our cost-per-click model means post-click sales and ROI that’s easy to measure and delivers on cost of sales targets.
Powered by the Criteo Engine, we deliver individually targeted ads that are dynamically created in real-time to drive conversion and sales.
And because we work with leading real-time bidding (RTB) networks in addition to our direct relationships with more than 7,000 publishers, advertisers benefit from our scale and reach.
Understand how the Criteo Engine drives results using predictive algorithms, machine learning and massive amounts of consumer data.
Individually targeted cost-per-click advertising for mobile, social, desktop, and email across leading RTB platforms and more than 7,000 direct publishers.
See the range of game-changing opportunities and solutions that Criteo enables for retail, travel and other advertisers.
For most businesses, Performance Display should be a no-brainer to help improve the overall conversion of users who are in the consideration stage for purchasing your product.;
Gallant Chen, Director of Online Marketing, SurveyMonkey
French fashion retailers witness a strong surge in e-commerce purchases during the summer sales in 2014. Massive growth in sales on day 1 and another surge in purchases on the last day of the sale.
The following infographic highlights Criteo’s Q2 2014 results, delivering another record quarter with revenue up 72% compared with Q2 2013. Significant improvements to our performance driven by technology, continued client growth and strong business execution – check out the infographic for key insights.
It’s no surprise that consumers have been spending more time than ever on mobile devices, and less time on PCs. What’s really interesting, though, is the extent to which these consumers’ shopping and purchasing decisions have been impacted by this move from PC to mobile.