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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An insufficient ad budget for a vast region, inadequate support from industry players, and a media buying system that has yet to resolve key issues its predecessor also had failed to address.
These are the main challenges facing Starwood Hotels & Resorts’ Asia-Pacific senior director for digital marketing, Janice Chan, who spoke candidly in a phone interview with ExchangeWire, during which she discussed her experience with programmatic and as a marketer in this [...]
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Ad servers for publishers are a basic ingredient in digital advertising, but with significant advances in the online marketing ecosystem – including the rise of programmatic – some are questioning whether they are still relevant to today’s digital marketers. In this article, Tim Preston, Director, Ad Server Business Development EMEA at OpenX discusses how ad servers fit into the modern marketer’s toolkit.
Ad servers were originally designed to support manual, direct ad sales, with a heavy emphasis on features such as sales [...]
We are living in the golden age of digital, where most people are spending a good portion of their lives being plugged into more than one device. This demand for 24/7 connectivity has seen the online advertising landscape evolve rapidly – a record €30.7 billion was spent globally on internet and digital marketing last year, according to the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) and PWC.
However, with this increase in digital advertising opportunities comes an increased risk of people trying to take [...]
Coull‘s CEO, Irfon Watkins writing exclusively for ExchangeWire.
Premature proclamations that ‘Flash is dead’ have been made repeatedly ever since Steve Jobs penned an open letter in April 2010 explaining why Apple would not support Adobe’s technology. For a simple and amusing timeline of what’s happened since, check out happensinadops’ summary.
Without wanting to fall into the premature proclamation category myself, the alignment of several factors does now seem to indicate that Flash as [...]
The Road to ATS London is a series of specialist posts on technology, data, and the business models emerging in the programmatic ecosystem, which are all topics that will be featured at ATS London. Tickets for ATS London on Monday September 14 are now on sale. We do sell out every year, so make sure you get your ticket while they’re still available.
It is the age of the faux-publisher. It has become next to impossible to build a [...]
In today’s guest post, Time Inc. UK’s Dom Perkins, digital commercial development director, speaks exclusively to ExchangeWire about how the digital advertising market has served technology entrepreneurs well in the past 10 years.
The emergence of networks, offerings of reach and scale, along with the ability to provide audience platforms that enable greater targeting, efficiencies and attribution has given these entrepreneurs the opportunity to change the fabric of the digital landscape.
Advertisers and publishers have watched as new advertising and marketing technology [...]
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.
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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The Road to ATS London is a series of specialist posts on technology, data and the business models emerging in the programmatic eco-system, all to be published in the run up to ATS London. Tickets for ATS London on Monday September 14 are now on sale. We do sell out every year so make sure you get your ticket while still available.
Programmatic has killed the ad net star, they say. General industry consensus suggests ad nets can’t compete [...]