In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates on ad tech from around the Asia-Pacific region – and in this edition: SEA mobile video programmatic climbs 20%; Outbrain & OMD ink partnership in Australia; India’s Komli spins out mobile ad tech firm; and Xaxis pledges 100% viewability for APAC markets.
SEA mobile video programmatic climbs 20%
Mobile video programmatic inventory increased 20% across four Southeast Asian markets in the second quarter this year, amid efforts by advertisers to reach consumers [...]
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Now & Next is a new feature from ExchangeWire Research. In Now & Next, 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 the science behind the ads.
Is one second enough for viewability?
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
In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates on ad tech from around the Asia-Pacific region – and in this edition: Self-serve Instagram campaigns roll out in AU; China online ad spend climbs 42%; Malaysia’s Axiata buys out India’s Komli; and IAB CEO urges AU to fix ad fraud.
Self-serve Instagram campaigns roll out in AU
Omnicom Media Group (OMG) said it launched two Instagram self-serve ad campaigns in Australia for two clients, McDonald’s and Qantas.
The agency said it [...]
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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
Recent headlines have purported that ad viewability in the UK is now less than 50%. As human beings, we’re programmed to strive towards achieving the best we can and many marketers will struggle to accept a performance metric of 50%. Especially when that 50% is measurable and trackable and, therefore, someone should be held accountable, right? Wrong. TubeMogul’s UK Managing Director, Nick Reid, speaks exclusively to ExchangeWire and explains why, when it comes to viewability, 100% does not equal perfect.
As a father, I have noticed a recent trend where articles [...]
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: Mobile device hijacking costs advertisers $857m; 333% increase in rich media ad spend; mobile apps account for majority of traffic; and Instagram global revenue reaches $595m.
Fraudsters strike again
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: UK ad viewability falls below 50%; US programmatic spend reaches record $10.1bn; UK agencies see programmatic native as major opportunity; and majority of Brits want BBC license fee scrapped.
Ad viewability is declining in the UK
In the UK, online ad viewability fell to 49% in Q2 2015, a 7% decline from [...]
Yahoo, Microsoft, Apple, and SAP report strong earnings, pointing to continued growth in online advertising, mobile, and cloud services.
Yahoo Report Strongest Growth in Display Since 2010
Yahoo reported revenue growth of 15% year-over-year yesterday driven by strong growth in display and innovation in mobile search, as the company continues to transform. GAAP revenue increased from $1,084m in Q2 2014 to $1,243 in Q2 2015. However, increased cost of revenue ($44m in Q2 2014, $200m in Q2 2015) and a loss from [...]
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33Across Launches 100% Viewability Platform in APAC Markets; Nielsen Expands Digital Ad Ratings in Asia
In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates on ad tech from around the Asia-Pacific region – and in this edition: 33Across launches 100% viewability platform in three APAC markets; Nielsen expands Digital Ad Ratings into Asian markets; Eyeota partners with Experian to offer audience data segments in Asia; and Astro, Kantar Media launch TV audience metric in Malaysia
33Across launches 100% viewability platform in three APAC markets
The ad tech vendor has unveiled the global launch of its [...]
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