Nicolas Schueller, Adomik, CEO and founder, reflects on how premium publishers have histrocially struggled with the transition to becoming digital first businesses; from increasingly relying on social networks for traffic referrals, and ceding control of their user data, he also points to the potential solution whereby they can pool resources with companies undergoing similar challenges.
Co-ops appear to be a smart move for premium publishers. Premium publishers have (understandably) struggled with knowledge, insight, and tools as a result of the rapid [...]
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 [...]
Programmatic may provide great benefits for brands, but it is still a fledgling industry and one that needs to be further simplified so marketers can better understand its inner workings.
Cheryl Goh, global vice president of marketing for GrabTaxi, urged for more case studies and industry benchmarks so more could be understood about the RTB platform.
The taxi booking company took its first steps into programmatic a few months back, tapping the tool to purchase downloads as part of a promotional [...]
In a series of pieces examining the rapid rise of ad tech in the high-growth markets of Latin America, Lara Krumholz, DynAdmic, general manager, LatAm, explains the need for prospective entrants to dispel previously-held prejudices, and tap into the region’s latent demand.
Last year was the year of experimentation of programmatic in the Latin American market, while 2015 will be a year of consolidation with a significant rise of investment from advertisers, particularly in video and mobile.
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 rounds up some of the biggest developments in the ad tech space in the last week, and in this week’s edition: Rubicon Project buys Chango; Xaxis buys ActionX; Programmatic spend increases 72% year-on-year, and “industry-first” pricing model launched.
Rubicon buys Chango
This week Rubicon Project bought ad network Chango for over $100m (£82.2m), mostly in stock, making the purchase its largest in its history, with the publicly-listed company claiming it will bring additional access to over $35bn “intent marketing spend”.
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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.
In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up the key industry updates on ad tech from around the region – and in this week’s edition: ZenithOptimedia revises global ad spend forecast on slower China growth; Growing APAC demand for B2B audience; Google probes AdWords debacle in Malaysia, Singapore; Sojern opens offices in Singapore, Dubai; and AppLift announces new offices in Beijing, Tokyo, Delhi.
ZenithOptimedia revises global ad spend forecast on slower China growth
The Publicis Groupe-owned agency lowered its global ad spend forecast [...]
Marc Gosschalk, AdTruth, partner marketing manager, EMEA, stresses the need for advertisers to be more proactive with consumers on the benefits of the data exchange economy, citing multiple opinions from across the industry.
Last year saw a rapid increase in public awareness of digital privacy and identity, and brought to the fore the question of trust in digital marketing. This begs the question, what can be done in 2015 to improve the relationship between brands and consumers?
Eduardo Ustaran, a lawyer [...]