Emarketer Predicts Huge Growth In Programmatic - But Are Buyers & Sellers Really Ready For The Shift?
A sharp rise in marketers’ willingness to buy mobile ad formats, plus media owners’ increased willingness to experiment with a wider range of auction models will spur the US programmatic advertising sector to double in value between this year and 2016, when it will be worth $20.41bn.
The figures were published recently in an eMarketer report that values the US ad tech sector at $10.1bn, up 137%, from last year, accounting for 45% of all online [...]
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Jalal Nasir, Pixalate, CEO, and online fraud expert, shines a light on the latest loopholes exploited by nefarious elements of the digital economy, including naming some of the worst offenders, and urges the media industry at large to better protect itself from the problem.
“Hi, I’m PremiumDomain.com…Would you like to buy some inventory?”
Warning to all advertisers and premium publishers: This is an all-too common call you may be receiving, but don’t believe what you’re hearing is legit!
In a world as [...]
ExchangeWire rounds up some of the biggest stories in the European digital advertising space, and in this week’s edition: Google earnings continue to rise, but share price slips amid declining CPCs, and battles in Europe; The inter-related fortunes of Facebook and Google; The big guns come out for UK’s first Digital Upfronts; MediaMath buys Upcast, showing real value in European ad tech; Publicis takes 20% stake in Israel’s Matomy.
Google continues to come under fire at home and abroad
Mobile recognition firm AdTruth aims to amalgamate its targeting capabilities with Experian data to its own user IDs, as leading figures in the advertising industry call for clarity over ad tech, and warned over the perils of increasingly dominant players.
AdTruth aims to introduce Experian MOSAIC data to its product to help improve audience profiling in both offline and online display ad campaigns, through the amalgamation of the detailed audience segmentations to its existing audience technology.
Experian, which took ownership [...]
The decline of free marketing opportunities on social media and search engines, plus the growing rivalry between Facebook and Google, as well as an increased demand for cross-screen ad campaigns are all spurring the programmatic display ad sector, according to ExchangeWire sources.
The IAB last week published figures valuing the UK’s digital advertising market at £3.5bn in the first six months of the year (an increase of 16.6% year-on-year), and in the first of a two-part look at indsutry dynamics driving [...]
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ExchangeWire rounds up some of the biggest stories in the European digital advertising space, and in this week’s edition: Germany’s Fyber sells to RNTS Media; ExchangeWire begins ATS New York countdown; UK digital spend valued at £7bn a year; Ebuzzing adopts the French brand Teads.
German ad tech firm Fyber sells to RNTS Media
Germany-based Fyber had announced its sale to publicly-listed media tittle RNTS Media with reports valuing the transaction at €150m, although the exact [...]
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Facebook is building on its momentum in the ad tech space with the announcement of the global launch of its Audience Network (FAN) tool, which is now available with host of new features, after an earlier trial this year.
FAN lets marketers deliver, and measure, in-app mobile ads outside of the Facebook network using the same targeting and measurement features they do within the social network.
Ads delivered by the Audience Network come in three varieties — banner, interstitial and [...]
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Ben Crain, Improve Digital, CSO, says publishers looking to increase their RTB revenues using a First Look media trading model can seriously impact upon their bottom line.
There are a number of very important considerations when undertaking any kind of exclusive or preferred ‘First Look’ relationship with a buying partner. While buyers that request First Look offer aggressive pricing, they have their reasons. Most importantly, in many cases, the pricing only seems aggressive. In reality giving a buyer First Look will usually [...]
ExchangeWire rounds up some of the biggest stories in the European digital advertising space. And in this week’s edition: Facebook’s Atlas; Quantcast buys Struq, and Affiperf’s ‘meta DSP’.
Closed ecosystem players stack up
AOL, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and a whole host of others lined up this week to present their wares at Ad Week New York, and although the announcements took place on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, they have global implications. The net [...]
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Facebook and Google reign supreme for cross screen advertising, but desktop behemoth Microsoft contends the battle for ad dollars in a ‘mobile-first’ world is far from over.
This week it unveiled its latest operating system (OS) Windows 10, and overhauled MSN in the UK, building on the recent addition of Windows Phone and Windows 8 Ads-in-Apps inventory to the Microsoft Advertising Exchange (MAX) as it attempts to underline its ares in the cross screen environment. ExchangeWire speaks with [...]