November 30, 2018 by Michal Wlosik

Since the early 2000s, brand advertisers and ad agencies have been moving their budgets online, spending big bucks on programmatic advertising – including display, video, native, and mobile – due to technological advancements and vast advertising opportunities.

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What Is Digital Out-of-Home (DOOH) Advertising and How Does It Work?

November 2, 2018 by

Cookies remember website configuration (e.g. language preferences), login details, and products added to the shopping cart, even after a user leaves the site, but because cookie files are widely used to collect certain pieces of information, they can also be used to carry out advertising processes like behavioral profiling and retargeting. Understanding the role of cookies in advertising technology is critical to getting a better hold on online advertising and privacy.

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What’s the Difference Between First-Party and Third-Party Cookies?

October 23, 2018 by ,

When you hear most people in the online advertising world talk about integrating a demand-side platform (DSP) with an ad exchange or supply-side platform (SSP), they make it sound as if it’s a matter of connecting the platforms together via a cable.

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How to Integrate a DSP with Ad Exchanges and SSPs

October 18, 2018 by ,

When publishers first began their exodus from print media towards digital, they started looking for new ways to generate revenue. The most intuitive revenue model was the one they had already been using in print – advertising. Display advertising came about to replicate printed ads in the online world and enable website monetization, which is the bread and butter of digital media today.

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What Is a Supply-Side Platform (SSP) and How Does It Work?

September 19, 2018 by ,

Traditional terrestrial and cable TV are long past their heyday, trailing behind streaming media in reach, measurability and content quality. Video-ad views on OTT (over-the-top) devices grew 63% year over year in Q3 2016, and the trend is expected to continue, further crippling traditional TV advertising.

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The Different Types of TV Advertising

July 16, 2018 by

For years, in order to increase the relevance and effectiveness of ads and marketing messages displayed to online audiences, publishers and advertisers have taken advantage of behavioral data for both advertising and personalization.

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What is Behavioral Targeting and How Does It Work?

July 11, 2018 by

In the age of ad fraud, an increasing amount of advertisers’ money is wasted on ad impressions that appear on fraudulent sites, don’t reach the desired audiences, or are not properly displayed in the user’s browser.

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What is Ad Verification and How Does It Work?

May 23, 2018 by ,

In a post-GDPR world, with the introduction of many new rules and requirements governing personal data and user consent, advertisers will have a tough nut to crack. On top of that comes the user’s right to be forgotten, the right of data portability, and numerous other complications. The new EU law will put a spanner in the works for advertisers, making the traditional behavioral targeting of ads a real challenge.

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What is Contextual Targeting and How Does It Work?

May 16, 2018 by

The world of programmatic ad buying is increasingly threatened by ad fraud. This includes fraudulent representation of ad impressions and clicks, or manipulation of bid requests for monetary gain. Ads.txt came as a way to partly curtail the phenomenon, and the recent addition of ads.cert makes a robust countermeasure to fraud.

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What's the Difference Between Ads.txt and Ads.cert?

May 10, 2018 by

Despite all the advancements in the online advertising industry over the past few years—header bidding and the increase in programmatic ad spend, for example—there are still a number of fundamental issues plaguing the industry. Two of the main problems are the constant battle to reduce ad fraud and a growing need for transparency.

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What is Ads.cert and How Does It Work?

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