"The sophistication of AppNexus' platform is a natural complement to our data-driven strategy to grow our business and control our own destiny. By combining the ability to perfectly execute the most particular branding campaigns for our advertisers with an absolute understanding of our needs as a leading premium publisher, the AppNexus Publisher Suite allows us to drive meaningful business outcomes for our clients," said Aurore Domont, President of Advertising, Le Figaro.
As the parent company of Le Figaro newspaper and CCM Benchmark, the largest pure-play digital property in France, Le Figaro Group is ranked by Mediametrie/NetRatings the fourth-largest Internet audience in France, after Google, Facebook and Microsoft, and is widely regarded for its aggressive and data-driven expansion into digital media.
"Anyone who cares about the future of independent publishing should be rooting for companies like Le Figaro," continued O'Kelley. "Le Figaro is an example of how independent publishers can apply a sophisticated, data-driven strategy to survive and flourish in the digital age. We share a common commitment to maintaining a vibrant and competitive ecosystem for great journalism and content."
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