Unlocking the potential of the U.S. Hispanic voter base has never been more critical, and the possibilities are infinite. Until now, Hispanic audience intelligence has been limited, leaving countless voters unheard and untapped in the electoral process.
You’re only reaching a fraction of U.S. Hispanic voters, the fastest-growing racial and ethnic group in the U.S. electorate. Political advertisers have been wasting their budgets on ineffective, inaccurate audience targeting and missing out on millions of votes because they don't know how to reach Hispanic voters. But how can you reach Hispanic voters efficiently and effectively when they are consistently underrepresented or misrepresented in traditional media planning and measurement tools? There’s a chasm between what you know about Hispanic voters and what you need to know to reach them. It’s time to close that gap.
You need precise audience targeting, and you need it now. Decades of microtargeting experience and building custom audiences for clients have shown us what advertisers in public affairs, issue advocacy, and purpose-driven marketing need: granular, precise targeting that’s as dynamic as their campaigns and powerful enough to make a substantial impact with their target groups. And they want it on their own terms because every second and every mistake counts and costs in advertising. To put the power of building hyper-targeted audiences informed by Tunnl’s peerless data library into the hands of advertisers and agencies like you, Tunnl created the Audience Builder, an always-on, self-service tool in the Plus and Premium tiers of Tunnl's AI-powered audience intelligence platform that empowers users to build hyper-targeted audiences based on your own selection of issues, demographics, geographies, and interests, any time, any day, and fast.
E-coli outbreaks, oil spills, data breaches, drug prices… behind every headline-making hot topic is a business bearing the brunt of public criticism from citizens, news anchors, and regulators. Some industries cannot escape the sword of Damocles, the ever-present sense of impending doom that accompanies big innovations and tiny, well-meaning marketing decisions alike. But the public is listening; every ad or news clip they hear about you and your industry could be a nail in your corporate coffin or a golden ticket to your organization’s goals.