Profiles makes it simple to find and understand the audience that matters most to you. It gives you the power to build and customise a portrait of your consumers' entire world with unrivalled granularity.
Combine unique filters to build up a portrait of the audience you need most, incorporating media consumption, psychographics, demographics, and much more.
Powered by the world's largest connected dataset, Profiles gives marketers a richer, more detailed portrait of their customers' entire lives.
Discover everything you didn’t know about your audience with unrivaled granularity.
Choose from hundreds of thousands of variables refreshed every week including brand usage and perception, hobbies and interests, and media and social media consumption.
Pinpoint the channels and mediums they love and talk to them when they most want to listen.
By tailoring your message to your target group and relaying it at the right time and in the right space, you can build relationships with new customers, reengage former ones, and remain ever-present and relevant with current buyers.
Profiles holds 260,000 data variables about YouGov panellists in Great Britain enabling you to gauge information you never knew you needed about your audience to plan and activate the strongest campaigns against your objectives. Build a portrait of your audience using variables across the following categories:
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