The IAB Europe has published a white paper laying down further guidelines on viewable ad impressions to stakeholders in the digital advertising sector across the continent. However leading figures in the publishing industry are making the case to advance the conversations by applying unique metrics to different ad formats.
The white paper, based on a survey of over 700 industry stakeholders, found that over three-quarter of respondents (84%), and brand advertisers in particular, are urging a move towards using ‘viewable impressions’ [...]
With large-scale publishers increasingly convinced of the benefits of pooling their resources to trade media via premium exchanges and therefore better compete with the likes of Google, ExchangeWire examines some of the issues around transparency and this model.
With the recent emergence that publishers in the UK are poised to introduce a collective advertising exchange into Europe’s biggest programmatic market, ExchangeWire examined the model’s increasing popularity among premium publishers across the continent. In this second instalment of [...]
ExchangeWire rounds-up some of the biggest stories in the European ad tech scene, and in this week’s edition: Asda preps ad exchange launch; Shazam rated as Britain’s first $1bn tech firm; Facebook & Havas ink global Atlas deal; UK bodies to move on fraud, and ad tech firms’ EMEA appointments.
Asda preps ad exchange launch
UK-based Asda this week announced it is poised to launch its own ad exchange next year, bringing the Walmart-owned retailer into direct competition with [...]
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ExchangeWire Research’s head of analysis Rebecca Muir draws up a definitive list of which companies will make waves in the ad tech and martech sectors, as well as the market dynamics that will lead to their increasing influence in 2015, focusing on: Ecommerce; Transparency; Big Data, and mobile.
Following on from ExchangeWire Research’s recent article Where the Money will Flow in 2015?, which summarised ad tech and martech predictions for 2015, this article draws from the numerous lists of the [...]
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ExchangeWire rounds up some of the top stories in the European ad tech scene, and in this week’s edition: WPP poised for Dunhumby swoop; ExchangeWire Research survey now live; IPONWEB appoints first GM for BidSwitch; Questions over Google’s viewability pledges, and Yahoo rumoured to unveil new mobile offering.
WPP to buy Dunhumby?
WPP is waiting in the wings to purchase data operations business Dunhumby from under-fire retail giant Tesco, according to reports, as the world’s largest advertising holding group continues to [...]
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ExchangeWire rounds up some of the top stories in the European ad tech scene, and in this week’s edition: AppNexus continues shopping spree; Group M digital chief speaks programmatic with ExchangeWire; Mobile operators to block ads to get in on the ad game, and much more.
AppNexus buys MediaGlu
AppNexus has topped a monumental 2014 for the company with the purchase of cross-screen advertising firm MediaGlu for an undisclosed fee, in a year when advertisers stopped thinking [...]
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Speculation over BT’s designs on a mobile unit (be it EE, or O2), has put telephony services firmly in the public gaze, but the fact remains operators are underachieving when it comes to generating mobile advertising revenue. But certain players are attempting to help them forge a role in the ecosystem, even if it involves putting some noses out of joint.
The last 12 months have been notable for mobile operators making moves into the advertising space beginning [...]
ExchangeWire rounds up the week’s biggest stories in ad tech, and in this week’s edition: Google’s viewability study; AdForm claims marketers are getting good at programmatic; Cross-screen is top of mind among European advertisers.
Google says less than half of all ads are seen
A study released by Google this week shows that 56.1% of all ad impressions are not seen, and that the average publisher viewability is 50.2%, as it aims to shore-up accountability standards in online [...]
ExchangeWire caught up with Nate Woodman, IPONWEB’s recently appointed GM of demand solutions, to discuss how his role was created to help bolster the ad tech firm’s profile among clients, in a two-part interview.
In the first instalment he lifted the lid on IPONWEB’s working processes, plus explained his stance on the much mooted ‘ad tech power game’. In this instalment he focuses on IPONWEB’s bids to reduce the inherent tensions within automated media trading.
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Ahead of his ATS New York speaking engagement, John Snyder, Grapeshot, CEO, and veteran of the digital marketing space, reflects on how companies in the programmatic space can learn from Google’s emphasis on simplicity in the workflow process.
Back in 1997 I sold my keyword software business to one of the largest suppliers of content to big business. Hindsight is often 20:20 and today I scratch my head and think how wrong was I to believe [...]