Tiger Pistol Earns the Prestigious Digiday Honor of “Best Social Marketing Platform” for Second Year in a Row
Tiger Pistol Platform Simplifies Social Advertising, Increases Performance
AUSTIN, TEXAS — NOVEMBER 18, 2020
Tiger Pistol, the leading collaborative advertising platform that delivers local activation at scale, was recently named Best Social Marketing Platform for the second year running in the Digiday Technology Awards.
“Last year’s selection of Tiger Pistol over other leading social advertising tool providers validated our category leadership position,” said Paul Elliott, Tiger Pistol CEO. “Earning this honor for the second year in a row is a true testament to our continuous innovation, broadening the applicability of our solution, and deepening the value we deliver.”
The Tiger Pistol platform’s power lies in simplifying social advertising performance. Utilizing advanced automation and breakthrough applications of AI and data, Tiger Pistol takes the hard work and cost out of delivering better performing social campaigns at scale for global brands and their agencies, all while preserving brand integrity.
“We’ve published more distributed social advertising campaigns than any other tool provider or vendor in the industry, giving us an ocean of intelligence and actionable insights to help our clients hone their strategies and optimize their campaigns for maximum performance,” said Elliott. “In today’s world, campaign performance is more important than ever. Every advertising dollar must work as hard as possible for our clients and their distribution partners, which is why Tiger Pistol continues to invest and innovate in the future of advertising science, where guess and test is gone and know and optimize is reality.”
The Digiday Technology Awards recognize the technology modernizing media and marketing, bringing efficiency and effectiveness to brands and agencies worldwide. As noted in its Awards Guide, “ Social media is a complex beast. Tiger Pistol proved that brands, with the right automation and workflows, can tame it.”