ExchangeWire rounds up some of the biggest stories in the European digital advertising space. In this week’s edition: The Trade Desk prepares for IPO; Anti-Fraud Certificate by JICWEBS; Google goes anti-pop-up ad; The Independent’s digital-only success; New market transparency tools by AppNexus; Adelphic and Grapeshot integrate; Sizmek and Fuisz work on ‘hot spots’; and Index Exchange powers Time Inc. header bidding.
The Trade Desk goes public
Demand-side platform provider The Trade Desk is preparing for their IPO. In the course of admission to listing, [...]
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ExchangeWire rounds up some of the biggest stories in the European digital advertising space. In this week’s edition: Pinterest launches video ads in US and UK; Lotame unlocks data; AOP and The Media Trust partner; Cloud-based SaaS-platform for SourceKnowledge; Adelphic DSP brings behaviour-centric cross-channel solution; and OpenX simplifies header bidding.
Pinterest pushes video ads
Video ads first emerged on Pinterest last autumn. Now the virtual pinboard takes the next step and introduces promoted video ads – gif-like [...]
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ExchangeWire rounds up some of the biggest stories in the European digital advertising space. In this week’s edition: Facebook want to combat ad blockers; Enterprise header bidding solution by AppNexus; Less ad blocking in Germany; Solid quarter for YuMe; and Pixalate partners with MobFox.
Facebook take anti-ad-block measures
Facebook want to protect their ad revenue, at the risk of putting off their users. The social network is planning to make ads look indistinguishable from user content in a bid to hamper ad-blocking technology.
The network, thus, [...]
Header bidding has been touted in Australia as a way to increase inventory yield and establish better transactions, but is it a way for publishers to regain control? In this industry byliner, Rubicon Project’s Asia-Pacific Japan managing director Rick Mulia explains why he believes header provides publishers with multiple options to monetise their inventory.
For the past couple of years, major Australian publishers and private marketplaces have touted the notion of holistic yield and debated whether it is achievable or simply [...]
ExchangeWire rounds up some of the biggest stories in the European digital advertising space. In this week’s edition: More ad space on Tumblr; Rubicon Project teams up with SuperAwesome; Adyoulike tops USD$20m run rate; Integral Ad Science cooperates with Flashtalking; and Matomy launches full-service mobile advertising agency.
Tumblr takes ads to user blogs
More ad space on Tumblr: the Yahoo subsidiary has just announced a new advertising program that will allow its regular users to earn money with their blogs – and provide new ad [...]
ExchangeWire rounds up some of the biggest stories in the European digital advertising space. In this week’s edition: Equinix takes another step towards completion of Telecity acquisition; Mobile native mediation tool by PubNative; Sizmek opens Frankfurt data centre; WFA issues guidelines against ad fraud; Mediaocean acquires INVISION; Xaxis and Scoota collaboration; and Southeast Asia VP for Adform.
Equinix divests data centres in order to acquire telecity
In a bid to keep the European regulation authorities happy, Equinix has [...]
ExchangeWire rounds up some of the biggest stories in the European digital advertising space. In this week’s edition: Marketo is snapped up by private equity firm; Facebook retires LiveRail; DoubleClick connects advertisers and marketing experts; Adsquare partners with Adelphi; and New partnership between Tapjoy and Ironsource.
Marketo sold to Vista Equity Partners
In a deal worth USD$1.79bn (£1.24bn), private equity firm Vista Equity Partners is acquiring Marketo. The publicly traded martech provider is the last in [...]
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It may be widely touted to bring about improved efficiencies with automation, but programmatic does not mean machines should completely take over media buying and campaign management.
Such misconceptions persist in the Asia-Pacific region and need to be properly addressed, urges Adform Asia-Pacific head Rohit Kumar, in this Q&A with ExchangeWire. He explains why programmatic initiatives cannot be managed in autopilot and highlights two key components that should be in any successful campaign.
ExchangeWire: Adform recently opened offices in Singapore and Istanbul. [...]
ExchangeWire rounds up some of the biggest stories in the European digital advertising space. In this week’s edition: Adblock Plus faces defeat in another court case against Springer; Facebook Shutters FBX; Three UK announces ad blocking trial run; ADventori opens London office; and StickyADS announces programmatic guaranteed.
Impending defeat for Adblock Plus?
In the last twelve months, Eyeo has been victorious in Germany with regards to four lawsuits by publishers against ad blocking software Adblock Plus. Now things are not looking good for the Cologne-based developers. [...]
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Now & Next is a feature written by the ExchangeWire Research team. Every four weeks, we review the latest research, provide impartial insight and analysis of current trends and provide predictions for the future of advertising and marketing technology. This feature focuses on malvertising.
What started out as bad-taste pranks by computer geeks in the early days of the internet, has long become a million-dollar business, that is not only directed at the public in general, going beyond specifically targeted governments or individuals [...]