In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up the key industry updates on ad tech from around the region – and in this week’s edition: comScore unveils ad metrics in APAC; Maxus launches social media monitoring centers in Asia; Amobee hires new ANZ head; and AdRoll eyes ANZ growth with transparency, cross-device.
comScore unveils advertising metrics in 13 APAC markets
The market researcher has released its Trust Profiles in 44 new markets, expanding the availability of its advertising metrics index beyond the US [...]
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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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Zuzanna Gierlinska, Oracle Marketing Cloud, director data management platforms (DMP), EMEA, reflects on the recent spate of publisher consortium announcements including Pangaea, and the AOP collective, and the challenges the individual members face including: consolidating their respective data sets into one platform and building out this data with third-party data sets.
It’s no secret that the media giants like Google and Facebook are locking down their data. Google’s blocking of DMP pixels is a predictive first step to maintain better control [...]
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 [...]
The early emergence of publisher co-ops in France underlines the appetite for programmatic display advertising in the market; although issues around audience fragmentation and the treatment of consumers’ personal data cloud the way ahead. All these issues and more will be debated today at ATS Paris as ExchangeWire probes delegates and presenters on their opinions.
According to a report from France’s Syndicat des Régies Internet [...]
Video is tipped to buoy the value of the overall programmatic media-buying market in France in the years to come, as media owners embrace the technology, with ad tech vendors also hoping their wares will tap into lucrative TV budgets. Ahead of ATS Paris 2015, ExchangeWire explores the prospects, including if the market is a more dynamic one than the UK?
Competition in the French programmatic video advertising space is rife, making it one of the most buoyant sectors in Europe, [...]
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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 [...]
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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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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