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  • China's BAT Amongst Top Global Ad Revenue Contributors; News Corp AU Ditches Newspapers Audit in Metrics Change

    In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates on ad tech from around the Asia-Pacific region – and in this edition: China’s BAT amongst top global ad revenue contributors; News Corp AU ditches newspapers data audit in metrics change; Native ads picking up revenue in China; QMS Media acquires NZ digital agency; Wavemaker storms into five APAC markets; and CtrlShift and iPinYou partner to target Chinese audience.

    China’s BAT amongst top global ad revenue contributors

    Baidu, Alibaba, and Tencent are [...]

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  • APAC Ad Sales to Climb Almost 6%; Consumers Want to Be Able to Text Brands

    In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates on ad tech from around the Asia-Pacific region – and in this edition: APAC ad sales to climb almost 6%; Consumers want to be able to text brands; Dentsu buys Indonesian performance marketing agency; Aussies still like their catalogues; Amobee offers refund for fraudulent ad traffic; Gutenberg eyes Asean via Singapore; and News Corp turns on brand-safety campaign.

    APAC ad sales to climb almost 6%

    Advertising sales in Asia-Pacific are projected [...]

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  • Marketers Need Mobile-First Strategy As APAC Heads to Devices; AU Brands Improve on Digital UX

    In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates on ad tech from around the Asia-Pacific region – and in this edition: Marketers need mobile-first strategy as APAC shoppers head to their devices; AU brands improve on digital customer experience; Audience data spend more than double in Asia; Mindshare inks blockchain partnership in Singapore; and dentsu X marks its spot in AU.

    Marketers need mobile-first strategy as APAC shoppers head to their devices

    Twitter says its users in Thailand, Indonesia, [...]

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  • China Programmatic Ads to Hit £4bn; Tencent Online Ads Grow 48%

    In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates on ad tech from around the Asia-Pacific region – and in this edition: China programmatic ads to hit £4bn; Tencent online ads grow 48% in 3Q; Advertisers want agencies to do better with programmatic; AdTiming aims to help US brands target China; and Wagawin opens in Singapore to tap SEA.

    China programmatic ads to hit £4bn

    China’s programmatic ads will generate USD$5.3bn (£4bn) this year, making the market the world’s second [...]

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  • Better Mobile Metrics Can Help APAC Brands Get Over Numbers Obsession

    There is urgent need to define viewability and create standardised metrics for mobile ads in Asia-Pacific, where marketers remain hooked on the numbers game, focusing their attention on clicks rather than other more effective metrics.

    This obsession over clicks has resulted in brands neglecting the importance of verification, says Rohit Dadwal, Asia-Pacific managing director at Mobile Marketing Association (MMA), who underscores the importance of delivering better accountability as well as transparency.

    In this Q&A with ExchangeWire, Dadwal further highlights that security still [...]

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  • Alibaba Touts 'New Retail' Engagement As Key to Singles Day Record Sales; Wavemaker Launches in 2 APAC Markets

    In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates on ad tech from around the Asia-Pacific region – and in this edition: Alibaba touts ‘new retail’ engagement as key to Singles Day record sales; Wavemaker launches in two APAC markets; Oath unleashes content marketing brand; Digivizer eyes APAC expansion via Singapore; and AnalogFolk goes to China.

    Alibaba touts ‘new retail’ engagement as key to Singles Day record sales

    The Chinese e-commerce giant has attributed another year of record sales from [...]

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  • AdAsia: Localising AI Engines Essential, But Can Take Months

    Localisation is key to AdAsia Holdings’ growth in Asia, but the ad-tech vendor says this requires training its artificial intelligence (AI) systems to understand local nuances, which can take months to accomplish.

    Headquartered in Singapore, AdAsia currently operates in several Asian markets including Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, China, and Japan. It also will be adding Malaysia, the Philippines, India, Russia, and the United Arab Emirates to the mix next year.

    Its CEO and co-founder, Kosuke Sogo, explains that there are differences even [...]

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  • IAB AU Champions Ads.txt Adoption; Singapore Millennials Say Ads Don't 'Get' Them

    In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates on ad tech from around the Asia-Pacific region – and in this edition: IAB AU champions ads.txt adoption; Singapore millennials say ads don’t ‘get’ them; MCN offers consolidated customer view across platforms; Indonesia telco bundles lockscreen ads with rewards; GroupM expects ad spend growth in India; and Grapeshot goes to Hong Kong.

    IAB AU champions ads.txt adoption

    IAB Australia is urging the local digital advertising community to adopt ads.txt in a bid [...]

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  • Alibaba to Grow Global Ad Share; AU Content Agency Acquires Retail Comms Specialist

    In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates on ad tech from around the Asia-Pacific region – and in this edition: Alibaba to grow share of global ads; AU content agency acquires retail comms specialist; Singapore socio-political site to shutter; IAB AU unveils programmatic and native guides; and VaynerMedia eyes Asia expansion via Singapore launch.

    Alibaba to grow share of global ads

    The Chinese internet giant is expected to increase its share of the global digital ad market from [...]

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  • In-App Targeting Vendor Won't Need SDKs from APAC Marketers

    Following its Tokyo launch early this year, Remerge is now looking to expand further into Asia with promises to offer services designed specifically for app retargeting.

    The Berlin-based mobile ad platform has just opened offices in Singapore and Seoul, after setting up shop in Tokyo in January 2017. While Singapore will serve as its Southeast Asia hub, the Korean outfit is responsible for the local market as well as China, according to Remerge CEO Pan Katsukis.

    The vendor touts an “SDK-less solution” [...]

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