An insufficient ad budget for a vast region, inadequate support from industry players, and a media buying system that has yet to resolve key issues its predecessor also had failed to address.
These are the main challenges facing Starwood Hotels & Resorts’ Asia-Pacific senior director for digital marketing, Janice Chan, who spoke candidly in a phone interview with ExchangeWire, during which she discussed her experience with programmatic and as a marketer in this [...]
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ExchangeWire Research’s weekly roundup brings you up-to-date research findings from around the world, with additional insight provided by Rebecca Muir, ExchangeWire, head of research and analysis. In this week’s edition: £277m wasted on fraudulent ads; coupons used by 9 in 10 millennials; and over 50% of millennials engaged with advertising.
Fraud accounts for almost £300m, despite a decrease in fraud in ad exchanges
In the UK, in Q2, 12.2% of ad impressions were fraudulent, equating to £277m of wasted ad [...]
ExchangeWire rounds up some of the biggest stories in the European digital advertising space. In this week’s edition: MoPub native ads leave the niche; Google integrates Comscore measurement into DoubleClick; Smartclip goes tech in Berlin; Adsquare appoints a new VP, and Fyber strengthens its leadership team.
First insights into Twitter’s MoPub native ad stats
Native ads have seen rapid growth in MoPub over the past 15 months, concludes Twitter in its first ever insight into [...]
The Road to ATS London is a series of specialist posts on technology, data, and the business models emerging in the programmatic ecosystem, which are all topics that will be featured at ATS London. Tickets for ATS London on Monday September 14 are now on sale. We do sell out every year, so make sure you get your ticket while they’re still available.
It is the age of the faux-publisher. It has become next to impossible to build a [...]
Integral Ad Science Says Fraudulent Ads Cost UK Advertisers £277m; TubeMogul Delivers Strong Revenue Results for Q2
In this week’s ExchangeWire European Weekly Roundup: Integral Ad Science says fraudulent ads cost UK advertisers £277m; TubeMogul delivers strong revenue results for Q2; Facebook enhances its Audience Network with new ad formats; Tapad and Medialets team up; and Sizmek turns to Screen6 and programmatic.
Integral Ad Science Media Quality Report finds over 12% of UK advertising impressions fraudulent
The Road to ATS London is a series of specialist posts on technology, data, and the business models emerging in the programmatic ecosystem, all to be published in the run up to ATS London. Tickets for ATS London on Monday September 14 are now on sale. We do sell out every year, so make sure you get your ticket while they’re still available.
The advent of programmatic has allowed marketers to leverage their own first-party data to execute smarter [...]
ExchangeWire Research’s weekly roundup brings you up-to-date research findings from around the world, with additional insight provided by Rebecca Muir, ExchangeWire, head of research and analysis. In this week’s edition: operation Creative sees 73% drop in top UK advertising on illegal sites; cost of ad blockers to reach USD$21.8bn; 15-24 year olds use smartphones every other minute; and mobile video sees four figure growth and a record amount of clicks
Operation Creative sees 73% drop in top UK advertising on illegal [...]
Private marketplaces are fuelling programmatic media buying and this preference for dedicated, defined inventory trading is increasingly apparent in the Asia-Pacific region.
According to SpotXchange, more than 40% of impressions sold through its programmatic platform were traded through private marketplaces; adoption of which grew 112% in the first half of 2015, compared to the previous year. ExchangeWire posed some questions to SpotXchange Founder, CEO, and President Mike Shehan who elaborated on the appeal of private marketplaces and why they might [...]
Is Google Mirroring its Consumer Strategy With its Business Customers, Favouring its Own Products Over Those Provided by Third Parties?
Last week (August 6) Google announced that they will no longer support YouTube buying via the DoubleClick Ad Exchange. Marketers looking to buy YouTube inventory will have access to it via the YouTube ad sales team, or other Google platforms – DoubleClick Bid Manager or AdWords. In other words, no other DSP will be able to buy TrueView inventory programmatically.
In a blog post Google’s Neal Mohan, VP, display & video advertising says that [...]
The IAB run a number of Trading Councils, covering a multitude of industry sectors, including ad ops, video, search, social, and display marketing. Council delegates are all senior executives who appreciate that the industry won’t mature without cohesion enabling progress to be made on projects. IAB Councils are seen as the voice of the industry. In this post, James Prudhomme, managing director EMEA for Index Exchange, (pictured left) offers his perspective on the Read more