Comment: Looking for the right balance between intrusive and effective ads

Tesco Express

Whilst I’m not necessarily representative of all men aged 18 to 35, if I stand in front of the Tesco OptimEyes screen and it displays an ad tailored to me in a petrol station, Mini Babybel and Costa might find a lot of its ad inventory being used.

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