Criteo App & Web Events
Digital advertising and retargeting
Automates, optimizes, and places Google Shopping ad campaigns in front of 1.2 billion monthly users based on custom constraints like user intent, product type or device type
Enables creation and placement of native ads on retail sites using “Brand 360,” an attribution feature that uses closed-loop SKU-level sales data so advertisers can track sales outcomes
Maximizes advertiser revenue by connecting inventory directly to Criteo Events’ demand using header bidding
Retargets dynamic ads across Facebook and Instagram using machine learning to analyze user behavior and suggest products to customers
How Criteo App & Web Events works
viewHome tag to the appropriate place in your application’s code base. Typically, implementation of Criteo Events tags will require development effort from your mobile development teams, and any Criteo Events code you implement will sit alongside other tracking code you have installed.
Get more out of Criteo App & Web Events with Segment
Segment’s Criteo Events integration simplifies data collection from mobile devices. By enabling the Criteo Events integration in your Segment settings, you eliminate the need to add any Criteo Events code tags to your application. Rather, by simply naming your events in accordance to Segment’s mobile spec, Segment will know how to automatically route all your data directly to Criteo Events from Segment’s servers. This saves you from adding any additional code to your applications, and makes getting started with Criteo Events much faster.
Segment uses the context fields that are automatically captured with the Segment mobile SDKs to populate Criteo Events’ tags with your app’s name, your user’s language, and properties like
deviceId. All you need to do is make sure that the event names and properties match up.
Integrate Criteo App & Web Events with Segment
Segment makes it easy to set up Criteo App & Web Events.