Brands that are new to Asia-Pacific, or keen to push out their programmatic plans in the region but don’t know where to start, will find this week’s feature handy. James Sampson, DataXu’s Asia-Pacific vice president and general manager, dishes out a selection of top tips to help brands find success with programmatic marketing in this part of the globe.
DataXu entered the Asia-Pacific market last year upon the request of numerous multinational brands that were keen to deploy programmatic marketing in [...]
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‘Last-click’ remains the prevalent method for advertisers to reward third parties on their media plan, despite mounting voices to the contrary. ExchangeWire explores how tracking campaign performance remains largely unsatisfactory to many in the era of cross-screen campaigns.
The latest IAB ad spend figures are just the most recent in a long line of empirical studies demonstrating how the emergence of consumer mobile media consumption means we are well and truly in the cross-screen era.
Mobile now accounts for almost [...]
In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up the key industry updates on ad tech from around the region – and in this week’s edition: VivaKi inks DMP deal with Tencent in China; Asia leads smartphone purchases; Chinese consumers have high mobile expectations; Nexmo offers API for brands to engage mobile audience; Singapore telco appoints new head of media sales.
VivaKi inks DMP deal with Tencent in China The Publicis Groupe subsidiary has inked a deal with Tencent that will see both companies develop [...]
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Spotify says it currently has no plans to support programmatic buying, but a recent recruitment ad for its New York office suggests it may be changing its mind pretty soon.
In an interview with ExchangeWire at the sidelines of the recent Festival of Media event in Singapore, Sunita Kaur, Spotify’s Asia managing director, said the company was constantly thinking about programmatic, but noted that the time was not right for it to adopt the model. “We don’t need it [...]
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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 (pictured). In this week’s edition: research from Experian shows that Chief Digital Officers (CDOs) believe they can increase profitability by as much as 15% by better managing data; IAB report mobile “star performers” and Carnegie Mellon University reveal that smartphone users’ location data can be collected more than 5,000 a month by installed apps.
eBay Advertising has announced the creation of a ‘channel agnostic’ agency sales team offering increased scope for automated media buying following lessons learned during its ‘Programmatic Only Week’. This comes just a day after AppNexus revealed it bought Yieldex to facilitate the rise of programmatic direct.
The online retail giant’s advertising arm today (19 March) announced plans to change the focus of its agency sales team offering media buyers a more flexible way to purchase its inventory, and will be headed [...]
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Mike Harty, PowerLinks co-founder and ExchangeWire columnist, accepts the need for regulation in the native advertising space, but argues that a line must be drawn somewhere to maintain the unique value of the offering.
Last month, the AOP, IAB, ISBA (representing publishers, ad tech firms, and brands respectively) issued guidelines on how to label native ad formats to their constituents, bringing the practice in line with the Advertising Standards Authority’s (ASA) CAP code.
The UK trade bodies advise that advertisers and publishers [...]
Maja Martin, DMG, director of marketing, discusses what Facebook’s influencers’ patent means for marketers.
I suspect we all have a select group of friends that seem to appear disproportionately on our Facebook feeds. Their updates garner dozens of likes and the content they post gets plenty of shares and comments. Clearly the creative minds at Facebook have taken note of these influential users and have been busy working out what value their activity can bring to the company. The answer came [...]
Cross-device campaign management is one of the key challenges facing the ad tech sector at present, posing questions regarding attribution and retargeting, among others. Solutions are available to advertisers, but the key debate is whether to use ‘deterministic’, or ‘probabilistic’ modelling.
Ahead of Mobile World Congress next week, where the advertising industry is playing an increasingly high-profile role, Adbrain, a company headed-up by ExchangeWire columnist Gareth Davies, has joined the list of companies hoping to crack the conundrum with the launch of [...]
‘Big data’, may be one of the key buzz phrases in contemporary ad tech and march circles, but its increasing use by big business brings with it a growing sense of public unease, as an increasing number of people practising more stringent personal data control.
That’s the opinion expressed in a survey published today (28 January) by consumer privacy advocacy firm TRUSTe to coincide with this year’s Data Privacy Day, a scheme engineered to educate the public on how [...]