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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In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates on ad tech from around the Asia-Pacific region – and in this edition: Marketers drowning in whirlpool of data; BuzzFeed inks joint venture with Yahoo Japan; APAC mobile users most active on Wednesdays; and Dentsu Aegis releases whitepaper on Asia user engagement.
Marketers drowning in whirlpool of data
Marketers across the Asia-Pacific region have access to ample data, but are struggling to extract useful information that can help them make better decisions.
UK Publishers Remain Optimistic Following Positive Growth in 2015; Video Ad Popularity Throughout the Day by Device
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 publishers remain optimistic following positive growth in 2015; video ad popularity throughout the day by device; and global mobile advertising revenue reaches $31.9bn
More than a quarter of UK publishers achieved annual growth of more than 25% for the first time since early 2014
Deloitte, the business advisory firm, [...]
Following a survey that found Singapore to be severely lacking in effective ad metrics, IAB’s local chapter has called on ad tech vendors to reach an agreement for digital measurement and for marketers to start educating themselves.
Without a proper measurement framework, distrust between brands and agencies, as well as vendors, will continue to play out and the gap between marketers and consumers will widen, says Peter Hubert, who is co-chair of IAB Singapore’s Measurement and Standards Committee and also [...]
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Is one second enough for viewability?
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: operation Creative sees 73% drop in top UK advertising on illegal sites; cost of ad blockers to reach USD$21.8bn; 15-24 year olds use smartphones every other minute; and mobile video sees four figure growth and a record amount of clicks
Operation Creative sees 73% drop in top UK advertising on illegal [...]
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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Private marketplaces are fuelling programmatic media buying and this preference for dedicated, defined inventory trading is increasingly apparent in the Asia-Pacific region.
According to SpotXchange, more than 40% of impressions sold through its programmatic platform were traded through private marketplaces; adoption of which grew 112% in the first half of 2015, compared to the previous year. ExchangeWire posed some questions to SpotXchange Founder, CEO, and President Mike Shehan who elaborated on the appeal of private marketplaces and why they might [...]
By 2019, almost 15% of UK internet users will access online content exclusively through mobile devices (tablets, smartphones, and wearables).
This was one of the statistics presented by Nick Reid, managing director, TubeMogul at the company’s ‘Summer of Mobile’ brand event yesterday (August 11) in the build up to a lively panel session debating the current state of mobile video advertising and the developments required for mobile as a platform, and video as a format [...]
Google Blocks Third Party Access To YouTube Inventory Via DoubleClick Ad Exchange; Criteo Disappoints Despite Revenue Growth
In this week’s ExchangeWire European Weekly Roundup: Google shifts into anti-competitive gear by blocking third party DSP and bidder access to YouTube inventory via the DoubleClick Ad Exchange; Criteo disappoints despite revenue growth; Integral Ad Science gets new capital; ProSiebenSat.1 invests in programmatic; and Yahoo’s plans for Gemini.
Google loves its walled garden; blocks third party access to YouTube inventory via the DoubleClick Ad Exchange