What's the buzz around the office this week? Seasonality and it's impact on monetization, what a Trump win could for advertising, and the chance of publishers no longer being able to monetize on Facebook Live.
What's the buzz around the office this week? Investors are making considerations when investing in ad tech, engagement could be the missing link to prevent ad blocking, and new considerations are added to viewability.
What's the buzz around the office this week? Top publishering join forces to combat fraudulent news, using programmatic advertising to attract loyal customers and a new mobile PMP enters the programmatic space.
What's the buzz around the office this week? Digital advertising professionals are concerned about attribution and transparency, how to avoid pitfalls in mobile video advertising and AppNexus' big move in header bidding technology.
What's the buzz around the office this week? There is a costly rift in the online advertising industry, publishers are recycling old content and not many display ads are seen in the UK.
What's the buzz around the office this week? Google's new dynamic allocation product could create stiff competition for buyers; time-based advertisting gets broken down and data takes frontstage in the world of programmatic creative.
What's the buzz around the office this week? Publishers are teaming up for new opportunities; fraud plays a big picture in political advertising and people are watching more videos, and making more money.
What's the buzz around the office this week? NewFronts presents big opportunities for publishers; doing the right thing when it comes to viewability and considering your audience when creating content.
Wondering what buyers expect from publishers is enough to keep you up at night. Impressions, viewability, and quality traffic are just the tip of the iceberg. With so many different partners, publisher expectations can be endless. To ease your mind, we have taken on the task of finding out what buyers truly want from their publishers. We may not have all the answers but we think we are off to a great start.
One of the biggest requirements is viewability, which can also directly affect publisher revenue. Becoming a form of currency, viewability has become an expectation from many buyers and some won’t even pay for impressions that are not 100% in-view. Enabling ads that are highly viewable not only increases your revenue as a publisher but also your overall page viewability score, making your inventory even more attractive and valuable.
Buyers want to know what’s happening behind the scenes with their ads with regard to page placement, audience information, etc. Questions of legitimacy arise when buyers are not granted access to performance. The more transparent you are with buyers the more credible you look as a publisher. Working with tech providers who enable transparency is a great way to build your credibility, which fosters relationships with buyers.
Fraud-free, in-view and high-quality ad units; try saying that in one breath. Buyers want high performance, at the best cost and at scale. Since programmatic buyers prefer to “set it and forget it,” the more you as a publisher can guarantee quality the more buyers will rely on you to fill impressions.
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