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The Goals

  • Reach consumers who are buying a house and need a mortgage
  • Convey the right message to the right user at the right moment
  • Increase conversions through precise use of 1st-party data

The Approach

  • Targeted users based on their previous behavior on Scout24 sites
  • Used DoubleClick for Publishers Audience to target users likely interested in Interhyp products
  • Enriched Audience Extensions on DoubleClick Bid Manager with 1st party data to drive additional reach on 3rd party sites

The Results

  • 2.5x higher conversion rate than average without Scout24 Media Data
  • 3x more clicks leading to a successful customer journey than average
  • 3x better click-through rate than non-data-driven campaigns


Published September 2017

As a mortgage broker, Interhyp’s products appeal to a specific consumer niche: people buying a home. Scout24 Media used DoubleClick’s full product suite to help Interhyp precisely reach the right target audience. 

We chose DoubleClick because the full stack solution offers a lot of great advantages to manage all data campaigns with one strong technology provider.

Stefan Blumenthal, Head of Data Advertising, Scout24 Media

Thanks to Scout24 Media's data-driven techniques, Interhyp's ads were served to users whose behavior on Scout24 sites indicated they were interested in a mortgage. This led to better conversions and click-through rates than standard campaigns. 

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Further reading:

OVO Energy uses DoubleClick to integrate a campaign from start to finish

    OVO Energy strives to deliver fairer prices, better customer service and new ways of interacting with consumers. With the aim of making potential savings more tangible, OVO partnered with digital marketing agency Merkle | Periscopix on a multi-channel, multi-touchpoint campaign demonstrating the fun ways customers could spend the money that can be saved by switching to OVO.

    Merkle | Periscopix created a customer journey model in which users would be served three to four creatives before being urged to take further action by getting a quote or switching energy supplier. A range of formats led users through a cohesive pathway to improve their engagement with the brand. First, a long YouTube video piqued user interest. This was then followed by a shorter video run programmatically across all channels, as well as display ads further down the journey. The final touchpoint took the form of remarketing banners (served to those who had visited the content landing page), which led users through to a quote or switch.

    Using the DoubleClick stack made it possible to fully integrate the campaign from start to finish, tying up the user journey across YouTube, programmatic video and display, as well as impression-based remarketing on all channels. This setup enabled the team to run a campaign that could incorporate all of the various creative formats in a sequential, structured way.

    OVO measured the impact of the campaign and found that exposed users showed a higher level of awareness and a significantly higher uplift in consideration. Post-campaign, those who had seen an OVO ad were 35% more inclined to consider buying their energy from OVO than users who hadn’t been exposed to the campaign.

    Site engagement metrics provide an indication of the efficiency of OVO’s intelligent approach. With an average session duration of 28 seconds, users who came to OVO’s site as part of the campaign spent 65% longer than the average time on site of typical branding activity. Meanwhile, the campaign delivered on the goal of generating switches, surpassing the target by 2.5X.

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