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Political Candidates Use Wrapify’s Digital Platform Powered by the Gig Economy to Share Powerful Messages and Put Cash Back into the Pockets of the People

SAN DIEGO, Nov. 21, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Wrapify, the performance-driven ad tech platform for brands powered by OOH and the gig economy, has announced it will deploy its wrapped vehicles on the 2020 election trail beginning November 2019 in New Hampshire, featuring political candidates’ campaigns on cars throughout the state. Wrapify is the only ad platform in U.S. history that provides widespread visibility and delivers measurable results for political candidates while boosting jobs for the American population. Political candidate Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente is the first to capitalize on Wrapify’s unique, one-of-a-kind digital marketing platform.

In 2020, brands will continue to focus more of their overall out-of-home display budgets toward digital out-of-home (DOOH), and DOOH will be more integrated with digital buys than ever before. Last year, DOOH accounted for 37.3% of the total global OOH ad spend, according to estimates from WARC. The same report predicts that DOOH will grow 10.1% each year between 2018 and 2021.

2020 candidates are already searching for strategic outlets beyond traditional channels to market themselves and reach constituents in a more differentiated, personal and trackable way. Wrapify presents a new opportunity for political candidates to allocate campaign budgets to creatively reach voters and share their message throughout the voter journey with moments for influence, action and support.

“We work with brands, advertisers and marketers looking for new and powerful ways to reach hyper-targeted audiences — so working with political candidates is a natural fit for Wrapify,” said James Heller, CEO, and co-founder of Wrapify. “Beyond that, everyday drivers are able to monetize their trips by placing advertisements on their vehicles, which puts money back into the pockets of the people while promoting for any campaign. Wrapify is excited to work with Rocky to promote his political campaign in a creative way to connect with the community, launching first here in New Hampshire.”

Wrapify is available to anybody that drives and is looking to make extra money for their everyday commute or routes. Existing gig economy workers such as Lyft, Uber, GrubHub and Postmates drivers are also able to leverage Wrapify’s platform to earn more by monetizing their typical routines and routes.

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About Wrapify

With a powerful combination of OOH, digital and the gig economy, Wrapify empowers Fortune 500 brands to reach audiences in an omnichannel environment – while delivering measurable, actionable analytics to prove its effectiveness. This high-recall ad tech platform combines the impact of out of home advertising with the scalability, targeting and accountability of digital.

Brands including AT&T, Coca-Cola and Salesforce reach and engage audiences that interact with Wrapified vehicles across channels and devices, driving awareness, attribution and conversion. Wrapify enables brands to target and scale ad campaigns nationwide, across screens and channels, as well as access to data in real-time to measure performance.

200,000+ drivers in the U.S. use the Wrapify app to earn extra income simply by driving. Founded in 2015 and recently named #309 on the 2019 Inc. 500, Wrapify is headquartered in San Diego, CA.

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Fortune 500 companies use Wrapify to reach target audiences and deliver measurable, actionable analytics, proving out-of-home campaign effectiveness

SAN DIEGO, Aug. 21, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Wrapify, the performance-driven ad tech platform for brands powered by OOH and the gig-economy, today shared the early success of the company’s Attribution Suite, which launched in Q1 2018. A first-of-its-kind, the multi-channel ad-technology allows brands to capture, retarget, measure and scale out-of-home (OOH) advertising in order to digitally measure and attribute campaign efficacy and success.

According to eMarketer, OOH advertising is expected to grow faster than most other traditional ad mediums in 2019. As OOH continues to experience rapid growth, Wrapify works with brands to hyper-target locations and demographics via wrapped rideshare vehicles and provide OOH measurement by powerfully retargeting ads to continue reaching a captured audience on digital mediums.

Attribution Suite user, Alaska Airlines, integrated the platform into its media mix, capitalizing on the intersection of OOH and digital to promote specific flight routes and cities. As a result, the company saw significant campaign results including a 20 percent increase in online conversion rates, more than 41 million total OOH impressions and a lift in reach and frequency of the overall OOH and digital advertising in-market.

Natalie Bowman, Alaska Airlines managing director of marketing and advertising had this to say:

“Wrapify was a great way for us to get unique OOH coverage while also providing the benefits of digital attribution.”

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AdExchanger, August 21, 2019 – Major League Baseball team the San Diego Padres is calling out-of-home advertising up to bat.

In the past, the Padres generally avoided OOH advertising, because the team doesn’t have an awareness problem in its local market, said SVP and CMO Wayne Partello.

Although the Padres do buy local radio and TV to drive conversions among more casual fans, over the last few years it’s shifted most of its attention to lower-funnel tactics, primarily digital.

But Partello loves to experiment, and this year he carved out a bit of budget to test Wrapify, a San Diego-based startup that pays drivers to sheathe their cars in branded vinyl graphics and drive around specific locations.

Partello was wooed in large part by Wrapify’s ability to tie ad exposure to stadium footfall, a perennial challenge for ticket sellers. For example, it’s common practice for one person to buy multiple tickets for a group of friends or family, which is great for filling seats, but less useful from a marketing standpoint, he said.

“We have people coming to games and having a great time, but no way to go back to track how they got there,” Partello said. “Being able to know who comes in contact with our advertising and whether they actually enter the ballpark is huge for us.”

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NEW YORK, August 14, 2019Inc. magazine today announced that Wrapify, the performance-driven ad tech platform for brands powered by OOH and the gig-economy, was ranked in the top 500 as No. 309 on its annual Inc. 500 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment—its independent small businesses. 

By combining its powerful performance-driven out-of-home (OOH) and omnichannel ad tech platform with the gig economy, Wrapify empowers Fortune 500 brands like AT&T, Coca-Cola, and Salesforce to reach tailored audiences in an omnichannel environment where traditional media cannot via wrapped vehicles. 

Via its Attribution Suite and Physical Retargeting, Wrapify bridges the gap between online and offline advertising all while serving brands with measurable, actionable analytics to help target and scale ad campaigns. Recently, Alaska Airlines partnered with Wrapify for specific flight and city promotion efforts and increased online conversion rates by 20% as a result.

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The Wrapify Team, Southern California


Inc. 5000 also honored Wrapify as #28 in Top Advertising & Marketing Companies and #8 in Top Companies in San Diego.

“It’s an incredibly exciting accomplishment for Wrapify to have earned a spot amongst the top 500 companies on this year’s Inc. 5000 list for innovation and growth in OOH advertising, attribution and media measurement,” said James Heller, CEO of Wrapify. “Measuring OOH advertising in 2019 is no longer an impossible task. Our platform makes OOH more transparent and easier to measure, and our first-of-its-kind technology is officially recognized for its strength in showing attribution and helping some of the world’s top brands reach their goals. We are honored to receive this valuable recognition and believe it is a great sign of the proven and future successes of moving OOH advertising efforts. We look forward to continue contributing to the growth of place-based and OOH advertising in an omnichannel world.”

Not only have the companies on the 2019 Inc. 5000 been very competitive within their markets, but the list as a whole shows staggering growth compared with prior lists. The 2019 Inc. 5000 achieved an astounding three-year average growth of 454 percent, and a median rate of 157 percent. The Inc. 5000’s aggregate revenue was $237.7 billion in 2018, accounting for 1,216,308 jobs over the past three years.

“The companies on this year’s Inc. 5000 have followed so many different paths to success,” says Inc. editor in chief James Ledbetter. “There’s no single course you can follow or investment you can take that will guarantee this kind of spectacular growth. But what they have in common is persistence and seizing opportunities.”

The annual Inc. 5000 event honoring the companies on the list will be held October 10 to 12, 2019, at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort and Spa in Phoenix, Arizona. As always, speakers include some of the greatest innovators and business leaders of our generation.

Inc. 5000 Methodology

The 2019 Inc. 5000 is ranked according to percentage revenue growth when comparing 2015 and 2018. To qualify, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by March 31, 2015. They had to be U.S.-based, privately held, for profit, and independent—not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies—as of December 31, 2018. (Since then, a number of companies on the list have gone public or been acquired.) The minimum revenue required for 2015 is $100,000; the minimum for 2018 is $2 million. As always, Inc. reserves the right to decline applicants for subjective reasons. Companies on the Inc. 500 are featured in Inc.’s September issue, available on newsstands August 20. They represent the top tier of the Inc. 5000, which can be found at, including company profiles and an interactive database that can be sorted by industry, region, and other criteria.

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Powerful turnkey analytics tool uses control group methodology to isolate and measure conversion rates produced by specific marketing channels, messages or partners


Claritas, LLC®, a marketing leader that helps companies find and win their best customers, today unveiled a new Conversion Tracker analytics solution that allows marketers to accurately isolate and measure the effectiveness of each channel, message or partner in their campaigns – even when an offline campaign results in online buying or vice versa.

Using this solution, marketers can now measure each specific portion of their marketing campaigns with never-before-available precision, allowing them to optimize their campaigns as they run to maximize their return on investment (ROI).

So, for example, say a company wants to determine whether its television spots were effective in actually getting people to buy. Claritas’ proprietary Conversion Tracker uses control group methodology to isolate and measure the television campaign’s specific conversion rate.

In this case, Claritas first places pixels on a client’s website to measure how many people are converting before the campaign even runs. Next, it creates two identical groups:

  • • An “exposed” group, consisting of those who have been exposed to the campaign, and
  • • A control group, which is made up of people who look exactly like the exposed group but haven’t seen the campaign.

Finally, Claritas compares the conversion rate of the exposed group to the conversion rate of the control group as the campaign runs. The difference between the conversion rate of the exposed group versus the control group is called the lift rate, and it measures the true conversion rate of the campaign.

The most critical part in this process is developing the right control group, which must precisely match the exposed group for the conversion measurement to be valid. That’s where Claritas offers a key advantage to its clients, because it creates these control groups using its Identity Graph – which encompasses a proprietary data set of 95 million households and more than 400 million devices.

The Claritas Identity Graph incorporates customer identifiers such as email addresses and mobile IDs as well as Claritas’ PRIZM Premier segmentation data to create the most comprehensive and detailed demographic, consumer behavior and geography data set on the market today. Available data ranges from what car a consumer drives and their social media preferences to their income range and the specific devices they use to buy. This comprehensive data set allows Claritas to quickly create and adjust a campaign’s control group so that it precisely matches the exposed group.

One of Claritas’ first Conversion Tracker customers was Wrapify, which began offering mobile OOH advertising services to brands back in 2016. Wrapify’s concept was revolutionary in that it allowed companies to easily promote their products and services on hundreds or even thousands of vehicles “wrapped” with a specific advertising message.

When Wrapify launched the service, it soon found that brands were not satisfied with traditional outdoor advertising metrics such as number of impressions. Instead, Wrapify clients wanted data that showed them exactly how effective the wrapped ads were in producing actual conversions.

“Our clients don’t care how many people see their message,” says James Heller, CEO of Wrapify. “They want to know if those advertisements are producing actual sales on a website, in a retail store or via an app.” 

Claritas helped Wrapify integrate a solution that would show companies exactly how effective their on-vehicle ads were in producing conversions. For example, Alaska Airlines – which turned to Wrapify to advertise its flights to Hawaii from the San Francisco area – saw its online booking rates for those specific flights jump nearly 20%. And thanks to the Claritas conversion rate analysis, Alaska Airlines was able to link that conversion rate directly to the Wrapify campaign.

Claritas has already used this methodology to isolate and measure specific campaign channels for clients in a variety of vertical industries, including financial, automotive, telecommunications and retail. For instance, Claritas combined geofencing technology with its Conversion Tracker to measure exactly how many consumers visited a group of automotive dealers after an email campaign – and found that the average ROI per dollar spent was $33.82. 

And when a financial industry client launched a campaign to market a co-branded credit card, it turned to Claritas to measure both online and offline conversions – and used that data to decrease its acquisition costs by 94%. 

Claritas is now rolling out its Conversion Tracker as a turnkey analytics solution that allows any Claritas client to easily measure the effectiveness of any part of their marketing campaign. The solution uses a proprietary methodology that collects and analyses the data needed to conduct the analysis in just days, allowing Claritas to provide campaign lift results very quickly so companies can adjust their campaigns to maximize their ROI.

 “Our Conversion Tracker is a game-changer for marketers because it allows them to measure their offline and online marketing campaigns with more precision than ever before. They can now easily isolate and measure specific portions of their campaigns by partner, channel or message – or using any parameter they choose,” said Claritas CEO Mike Nazzaro. “It’s one more tool in our unique Claritas toolbox, which helps marketers succeed in every step of the customer buying process – from customer identification through campaign delivery and optimization. With this newest analytics tool, Claritas continues to transform how companies measure and maximize their marketing ROI.” 

Claritas:  Transforming the Way Companies Engage their Best Customers

Founded in 1971, Claritas has assembled one of the industry’s most robust identity graphs encompassing a proprietary data set of 95 million U.S. households and reaching more than 400 million devices. The Claritas Identity Graph is just one of Claritas’ leading-edge data and technology tools that allow our clients to identify their best customers, deliver campaigns to those customers when and where they want to be engaged andoptimize those engagements through marketing performance measurement. With powerful data, trusted partnerships, and an expert analytics team, Claritas provides the why behind the buy that is the key to selling smarter and maximizing marketing ROI. 

Claritas is a company focused on growth and has recently transformed its capabilities through acquisitions that turbo-charge our core strengths, including the purchases of Miami-based Geoscape, New York-based Barometric and Foster City, Calif.-based AcquireWeb. More information can be found by visiting

Marketers have plenty of ways to assess the value of their marketing campaigns, and multi-touch attribution, or MTA, has traditionally been considered one of the most effective. Making MTA work best requires an identity graph running under the hood, but once you have an effective identity graph, you’ve opened the door to properly measuring the success of your omnichannel marketing. It’s a lot to keep straight, but Host Monique Ruiz takes you through it all with the help of James Heller, CEO of Wrapify, and Claritas identity graph expert Jeff Bickel.

Claritas and Wrapify continue to partner to deliver the first-of-its-kind attribution reporting for out-of-home advertising for brands like Zoom Video Communications, Anheuser-Busch, Mars Wrigley, General Mills, Salesforce, Alaska Airlines and more.

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