About profiles and audiences

When you create campaigns or messages, you can specify the target of the deliveries by selecting from contacts in Campaign database, using simple or advanced criteria, or selecting audiences.

Adobe Campaign builds rich customer profiles in real time, allowing you to deliver more relevant and personalized offers as your customer’s preferences change. In addition, Adobe Campaign integrates advanced analysis, data management and targeting functionalities to build audiences.

  • Profiles are individual contacts stored in the database.

    Each profile corresponds to one entry in the database which contains the necessary information for that profile to be targeted, qualified and individually tracked: Adobe Campaign can track every interaction from both online and offline channels and merge it into a single profile.

  • Audiences are lists of profiles built on a specific criteria, or set of criteria.

    Using workflows and the query editor, you can construct audiences that will be targeted by your marketing campaigns, depending on the information that you have on them, their activities, and their marketing history. This allows you to filter subscribed profiles, sample, or create target audiences on an unlimited number of criteria.

Before starting sending messages to a contact, you need to make sure that you get their permission. If not, your emails might be marked as a spam and this will impact your platform deliverability. To make sure to build a healthy profile database, secure this permission as a first step. With Campaign, we recommend you to use easy opt-in and opt-out mechanisms through services, and landing pages to update your contact information and grow your database.

Identify customers more effectively across all your channels using integrated customer profiles and customized segments. When you know your customers, interests, demographics, and channel preferences, it’s easier to create personalized experiences that get noticed.

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