Working with Appier, Tokopedia increased the total number of transactions month on month by up to 202%
Per customer transactions also increased up to 27% month on month
Revenue month on month increased up to 179%
To do so, they turned to Appier’s CrossX Programmatic Platform, working in two distinct phases.
First, Tokopedia used CrossX App Installs to boost the number of downloads of the Tokopedia app.
Then, they used CrossX Remarketing to remarket to and reengage users who had already visited the Tokopedia website and downloaded official app.
Meanwhile, Appier’s AI algorithms analyzed user behaviors over the course of the campaign, automatically adjusting to account for evolving customer behavior.
For example, during a campaign lasting over six months, the AI evaluated more recent behaviors and products to targets users who have demonstrated a higher likelihood to purchase via the Tokopedia platform.
To build trust among its target audience, Tokopedia delivered ads with messages emphasizing safe shipping and high quality products.
Tokopedia also took advantage of Appier’s Dynamic Creative ad format, tailoring product recommendations and ad creative to each user’s unique cross screen behavior, purchase journey, and cross screen browsing history.
Shoppers are affected by Indonesia’s notoriously bad traffic, which greatly increases the amount of time it takes to complete a purchase in the offline world. Given that, many Indonesians prefer shopping online, especially during weekday mornings. Transactions also peaked on Monday.
Ramadan is one of the most important shopping season for consumers in Indonesia. With the help of CrossX AI and boosting budget allocation, Tokopedia drove more transactions during Ramadan and increased revenue by 179% month on month.
Remarketing to consumers who use PC as their first screen increased the overall CVR by 17% to 29%, compared to average CVR.
PC plays critical role in driving action among all cross screen paths. Regardless of which device was used as starting device, most conversions came from PC.
However, smartphone and tablet played an important role in enhancing the impressions of brands and products during the cross screen journey.