Denmark-based Adform has established itself as one of the leading European ad tech firms on the market, with the company today (27 April) announcing the launch of its Programmatic Publisher Ad Server (PPAS), the first solution in its planned Publisher Edge Solution suite. ExchangeWire caught up with Martin Stockfleth Larsen, Adform, CMO, and regular ExchangeWire contributor, to learn more about the outfit’s latest offering,
Adform has announced the launch of a new ad server for publishers – PPAS – claiming the latest addition [...]
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In this week’s ExchangeWire Weekly European Roundup: Facebook and Google stats affected by mobile shift; Xaxis Audio launches in the UK; Consolidation in German ad tech scene; German court case points trouble ahead; ATS Paris shines light on the way ahead.
Mobile continues to disrupt
This week saw the two biggest names in online advertising reveal their first quarter results with Google reporting $17.3bn in revenue – up 12% year on year – and Facebook claiming quarterly revenues of $3.54bn – an increase [...]
Ahead of his ATS Paris keynote, Emmanuel Crego, ONE by AOL: video, business director, France, gives his take on some of the key market developments in the market, including his opinion on how publishers that are willing to marry technology with their traditional creative skill sets are increasingly empowered by ad tech, the folly of ‘the great data giveaway’ to walled garden providers, and how ‘programmatic TV’ is a misnomer.
Programmatic trends: a snapshot of 2015
Last year saw programmatic advertising move [...]
ExchangeWire rounds up some of the biggest developments in the ad tech space in the last week, and in this week’s edition: WPP drills down on attribution, EU presses Google further, Ad misplacement rears its ugly head in tabloid investigation, Matomy continues acquisition trail, Millennial partners with AudienceScience.
WPP launches attribution consultancy, buys Medialets
Holding group WPP this week made two moves in the attribution space underlining its growing importance in the sector, with the launch of consultancy Gain Theory, plus the [...]
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 [...]
Mike Harty, PowerLinks, co-founder, and ExchangeWire columnist, examines the latest IAB ad spend figures and the history of programmatic advertising, to demonstrate how publishers are leveraging native advertising to re-address the power dynamic between the buy- and the sell-side.
Earlier this month, the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) released figures demonstrating that advertisers’ spend on content and native advertising formats topped the half-a-billion pound mark (£509m) in the UK during the last calendar year. This represents a pivotal moment in the evolution [...]
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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 [...]
The Echo Chamber is a regular column, penned by Ciaran O’Kane, on all things adtech, mar tech and programmatic.
Having attended the MarTech conference last week in San Francisco, a few things struck me about the two-day conference on the nascent marketing technology sector: first, how granular the conference is in content and technology focus; and secondly, how very few ad tech vendors were present at the marketer-heavy show.
The latter was very surprising given [...]
ExchangeWire rounds up some of the biggest developments in the ad tech space in the last week, and in this week’s edition: The countdown to ATS Paris; Mobile accounts for 23% of all digital spend; Vivendi nears Dailymotion purchase; and Facebook and WPP ink global data deal.
Key Issues facing the French programmatic sector to be debated at ATS Paris
ATS Paris is under two weeks away, taking place on 22 April, and the agenda was confirmed earlier this week, with ExchangeWire [...]
ExchangeWire Research’s weekly roundup brings you up-to-date research findings from around the world. In this week’s edition: IAB Digital Ad Spend study finds 23% of digital is spent on mobile; Millennial Media’s SMART report; Nielsen’s Digital Landscape Survey; Tribune Media VP study finds division among publishers; Pulsepoint’s Programmatic Intelligence Report.
IAB finds advertisers priorities mobile & social The IAB’s UK arm this week published its annual ad spend study, revealing that mobile [...]
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