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Taboola partners with Chinese telco maker ZTE

Taboola, the content discovery platform, will partner with both mobile carriers and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to power content discovery on Android mobile devices. Taboola has partnered with ZTE, a Chinese mobile device manufacturer, to roll out its offering that creates a new revenue stream for the OEM while simultaneously opening a new audience source for Taboola’s premium publisher partners.

The partnership marks the first time that ZTE will utilise a personalised content news aggregator to drive engagement and revenue. Taboola’s mobile capabilities will help OEMs and carriers expand margins and engage with their users in a relevant and meaningful way.

“We create our devices to enable rich experiences that will engage users. From the moment a user wakes their phone, they are looking to engage with something and we want that experience to be personalized and tailored for each user wherever they may be in their day. At the same time, Taboola’s compliance with EU’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) make it one of the providers to maintain the highest standard for both user experience and privacy protection, which is exactly what ZTE is looking for,” said ZTE’s spokesperson.

Taboola, which acts as a search engine in reverse, is able to use its personalisation technology to match users with content they are most likely to be interested in consuming next, now on mobile devices.

“I believe the next generation will not look for things, and instead, will live in a world where content, videos and news will be waiting at their fingertips – looking for people. It’s our mission to power Discovery for consumers and curate these experiences so they are tailored for each person. We are very excited to partner with ZTE on driving innovation around the next wave of personalisation on smartphones. This partnership will open a new channel of Discovery for audiences as well as empower quality publishers and journalism to reach new people at a very unique moment on their mobile devices, when they are most open to consuming content,” said Adam Singolda, founder and CEO, Taboola.

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