Marin Software Unveils Groundbreaking Enhancements to Amazon Integration, Expanding Advertising Reach Globally


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Marin Software has announced major enhancements to its Amazon integration, including Sponsored TV, non-endemic advertising, and access to the Demand-Side Platform (DSP) globally. The update aims to make it easier for brands not selling on Amazon to engage with the Amazon audience.

Also read: Search Ads vs. Display Ads: The Battle of Advertising

The key enhancements include:

  • Reaching over 155 million monthly users of Amazon’s ad-supported streaming services.
  • Enabling brands that do not sell products on Amazon to reach the platform’s vast audience.
  • Providing marketers with access to Amazon’s advertising platform globally.

Read more – Marin Software Announces Expanded Amazon Integration to Unlock Channel for All Advertisers

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