ExchangeWire round up some of the biggest stories in the European digital advertising space. In this week’s edition: AppNexus gets funded by News Corp. and supports LinkedIn ads; AppLovin sold to Chinese investors; Google updates ad products; No data exchange between Facebook and WhatsApp in Germany; Adform and Tipico partner; and Visual IQ receives data from Facebook’s Atlas.
AppNexus supports ads on LinkedIn & gets funding
Two big pieces of news from AppNexus. After recently announcing that [...]
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Times Internet believe the most effective way to resolve inefficiencies in programmatic, and resolve discrepancies across the advertising ecosystem, is to build their own tech stack.
Fortunately for the Indian publisher, they appear to have deep enough pockets to fuel such aspirations and their chief revenue officer, Gulshan Verma, acknowledges this. “Our strategy has been to build most things in-house. At the scale we’re operating, we’re lucky to be able to have 1,000 engineers”, he said, in an interview with [...]
TV marked its 60 years of broadcasting in Australia over this past weekend, celebrating six decades of significant changes from colour to online. In the realm of TV advertising, TubeMogul’s Australia and New Zealand managing director, Sam Smith (pictured below), believes the next decade will see more marketers turning to software to manage their buys. In this week’s industry byliner, he outlines why programmatic must drive the next industry shift so audiences can enjoy a more tailored experience and advertisers [...]
ExchangeWire round up some of the biggest stories in the European digital advertising space. In this week’s edition: AdBlock Plus goes SSP; Snapchat introduces new targeting capabilities; TVadSync expands to Europe; Optimove receives funding; and Adform and ADmantX partner up.
AdBlock Plus enters the ad sales game
From ad blocker to SSP: AdBlock Plus moves on from whitelisting and now wants to officially sell approved ads. With an ad sales platform of their own, Eyeo is cashing in on their previous sales model: selected [...]
Not all consumers are made the same; and this is certainly true, even within markets in the Asia-Pacific region, making the art of marketing challenging. However, the volume of mobile data generated today has helped brands make smarter decisions about who they’re targeting and how they’re doing so, writes Nandita Pal, Near’s Southeast Asia and Hong Kong general manager. In this industry byliner, Pal highlights five things marketers in the region need to keep in mind when they embark on [...]
Data management platforms (DMPs) were heralded as tools to help businesses make better sense of all the data surrounding them, But are they achieving everything they set out to? Lindsay McEwan (pictured below), VP & managing director EMEA, Tealium believes the DMP has been mis-sold. Writing exclusively for ExchangeWire, McEwan explains how ‘data management’ needs to become ‘data action’.
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It’s not a wholly new notion that customers today expect to be understood as individuals, rather than groups or segments. They anticipate that companies will reach out to them in the ways and at the times they prefer, with relevant and helpful content that responds to their real-time wants and needs. Adam Baker, MD, Sociomantic, (pictured below) argues that in order to deliver this highly personalised experience across multiple devices and channels, marketers must invest in a robust customer relationship [...]
Can there be too much personalisation? Conor Shaw (pictured below), EMEA MD, Marketo argues that now the ‘segment of one’ can truly exist, we could run the risk of making marketing too predictable. Shaw writes exclusively for ExchangeWire to argue that, while personalisation should be a core part of any marketing strategy, marketers shouldn’t ignore the power of discovery in consumer engagement, which over-personalisation can hinder.
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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With so much data at a digital marketer’s disposal, programmatic is changing. With this change comes a need to remove the silos that exist between digital advertising data and customer data. As Michael Greene (pictured below), vice president of product strategy, AudienceScience explains to ExchangeWire, CRM can play a valuable role in digital marketing and, if used intelligently, can render technology such as DMPs largely useless.
The growth in programmatic, as it evolves to handle media buying across an increasing number [...]