KLICKFILM offers contextual video advertising. Let your viewers instantly buy any product they see in the videos you publish. We automatically recognize embedded products in your videos and connect consumers to 10+ mio. products from >1000 e-commerce shops worldwide. Every product appearance is a chance for you to generate more revenues. 

How it works...

KLICKFILM's content management system (KF-CMS) allows
shop owners to market their products as recommendations in videos
- video-publishers to market their videos through product recommendations

KLICKFILM's application program interface (KF-API) allows
- shop owners to integrate videos with product recommendations to their websites
- video-publishers to integrate product recommendations into their video websites

We provide the KLICKFILM CMS and API as Software as a Service (SaaS) by licence
and transaction fees for all businesses from vloggers to large broadcasters.
In addition, KLICKFILM offers customization and editing services. 

Shops and brands can implement highly targeted marketing campaigns with
significantly higher conversions and engage with consumers in an entirely new way.

Publishers can increase the value of their videos through higher CTR and CR
and realize a deeper and friendly engagement with their viewers.

Clients & Partners

Otto, Esprit, Lacoste, Klingel, zalando, Planet Sports, Galeria Kaufhof, Philips, bonprix, Eddie Bauer, HIS Jeans, heine,
Taschen Kaufhaus,, Lands' End, home24, dress*for*less, Deerberg, myToys, SportScheck, Quelle ...

RTL2, Axel Springer, Gruner+Jahr, Bertelsmann, ProSieben,, DuMont

Who we are

The technology behind KLICKFILM was initially developed through a research project at Freie Universität Berlin, Germany,
registered for international patent under WO 2012119959 A1 "Device and method for accessing digital media" 
and presented on the global forum of the Web & TV work group of The World Wide Web Consortium at MIT, Cambridge/MA.

Since then, the research for “Contextual In-Video-Marketing by object-based Semantic Information Processing” was funded by the
Federal Ministry for Economics & Technology and the State of Berlin. The patent was granted by the European Patent Office in late 2016. 

Subsequently, the technology was spun-off into a legal entity to bring it to market. Today, precise image recognition technology, machine-learning AI algorithms and human curation are combined to create a unique contextual shopping experience.

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