Cookie Recipe Targeting
A cookie is a baked biscuit that is typically small, flat and sweet. It usually contains flour, sugar and oil or butter. Often cookies also include ingredients like chocolate chips, nuts, raisins and oats. Cookies are eaten all over the world. Across our managed publishers, we see millions of cookie recipe searches each month. This provides a unique opportunity for cookie ingredients and products and supermarkets / grocery stores.
Recipe Targeting is in our DNA
Since 2008, we’ve been the global leader in Recipe Targeting solutions online and it’s in our DNA. Not only was our founder a professional chef, but the entire Gourmet Ads team is made up of passionate foodies and food bloggers. Gourmet Ads can deliver Recipe Targeting across publisher content in Real Time as well as via Audience Segments in our Ad Server or yours via various DMP and DSP Integrations. No other company has the depth in Recipe Targeting that we do.
Reach Cookie Shoppers
We offer the ability to either advertise on pages next to Cookie recipes or to people who have previously looked at Cookie recipes in the past. We know that people looking at Cookie recipes are about to go out to buy ingredients to use or already have them in the refrigerator or pantry.
Cookie Targeting Solutions
Our Realtime Cookie Recipe Targeting option allows an advertiser to run their advertising next to Cookie recipes as the shopper looks at the page. This is the ultimate solution for advertising Cookie ingredients and products. We can run this targeting across our own managed supply and via audience extension.
Cookie Audience Targeting
Our Cookie Audience Targeting allows an advertiser to run their advertising targeted to people who have recently looked at Cookie recipes. This offers significantly larger scale than our Realtime Targeting option.
Popular Cookie Recipes
We see a wide range of Cookie searches and content across our publishers. There are literally millions of Cookie searches each month. The top twenty Cookie recipe searches we see include;