Zefr is providing video-level signals to inform TikTok’s industry-leading Inventory Filter for GARM Suitability optimisations, giving advertisers even further control and transparency when using the TikTok Inventory Filter on campaigns.
Brand suitability exclusions
This collaborative process represents an evolution in brand suitability optimisation, a significant step forward from over-blocking content via legacy approaches, such as keyword blocking or static inclusion lists.
Since launching in 2022, Zefr has measured a 99%+ brand safety rate on TikTok based on the GARM floor definitions across global campaigns.
Beyond brand safety, this collaboration will further improve advertiser trust in brand suitability, based on each GARM Brand Suitability standard definition.
Zefr and TikTok said they will continue to collaborate on expanding these product features throughout 2023.
This first-to-market innovation is designed to simplify brand suitability optimisation, without compromising scale.
Zefr’s global advertisers can select their preferred pre-bid settings with TikTok Inventory FIlter within TikTok Ads Manager, with Zefr’s dashboard providing video-level transparency and reporting on ad adjacency, mapped to the GARM standards.
If unsuitable content is identified by Zefr, that content is flagged to TikTok to continuously optimise brand suitability.
“We’re excited to announce Zefr’s Suitability Signals are globally available in partnership with TIkTok’s Inventory Filters”, said Rich Raddon, Co-Founder & Co-CEO, Zefr.
“This innovation marks another important step forward in the industry, providing Zefr’s global brands with transparency and optimisation based on the GARM suitability standards”.
“The continued innovation in brand suitability on TikTok reinforces Zefr’s commitment to provide advertisers with a complete view of their brand suitability on platforms, mapped to the industry-standard GARM definitions.
“Zefr’s Global advertisers can now access and action on their campaigns in all markets where TikTok Inventory Filter is currently available, with coverage across North America, Europe, Middle East, APAC and LATAM.