We target households for up to 60-90 days as long as a household is shopping on site, optimizing delivery to the most highest propensity shoppers and how close they are to making a purchase.
Other considerations which affect this variability include monthly budget/program
We define “high propensity” as frequency of shopping, a high number of pages visited, multiple devices used, and how much content they consume. Propensity can change on a daily basis relative to all the other shopping households in a given time frame.
Depending on the timeframe of our transactional ingestion of data, any household that has transacted will be eliminated from the targeting pool as best as possible.
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