New: Corpus Reports.
Easy to read, Easy to share.
We are delighted to introduce within our Customer User Interface, a new feature coming from the feedback we’ve collected:
“How to get a daily report on the Corpus I’m using for an ad campaign or analytics on a product launch?”, “I want to share this report with my management, so no learning curve, must be straight forward”
Well, here it is. In the Customer UI, there is a new “Report” button. At any time you can get a PDF of what your Corpus is made of and share it amongst your team or/and client for review or approval.
Brand Safety Surveillance.
Let’s take an example: You are running an ad campaign to get traffic to a page. TrustedOut analyzes the destination page and build the following Corpus for this campaign:
- Content must be French for France
- Media must have covered “Society” AND talk about “Digital Life” over the past quarter to get stable classifications
Corpus looks like this:
A click on the “Report” button will give you this PDF:
Fine tuning your Corpus to get the desired Report
At all time you can tweak your Corpus to correct things you don’t like in the Report.
For example, page 29 shows:
… and you don’t want:
- Toxic content
- You can tolerate Politics but don’t want Far Right, nor Far Left
- You’re ok with Religions and Humorous/Satirical
Then, change your Corpus definition to:
Next: Connect your Corpus to your DSP. (Spoiler alert: Blog post coming soon :))
Analytics Perimeters Watch
Controlling and sharing the Corpus you use for your analytics is critical.
After all, trusting decisions you are going to make impose to share the content you use to make your analytics and thus the decisions from those.
(reminder: the name TrustedOut comes from “If it’s not Trusted In, it cannot be Trusted Out”)
To pursue with our example above, the Report shows on page 9 the trends of your Corpus over time:
Now, say you don’t want to use, for any reason, media talking about Preschool and Primary Schools:
Simply change your Corpus definition with the addition line:
And now, Trends look like this:
Get management and clients involved by sharing Corpuses!
Questions? Let us know: