On April 19th and 20th Admixer attended one of the most famous web conference in Europe – WEBIT Festival in Sofia Tech Park, Bulgaria. WEBIT Festival 2016 is gathering some of the world`s top enterprise leaders, Europe’s top policy makers and the hottest startups and founders.
200+ global thought leaders, 5000+ attendees from Fortune 500 companies, Major Brands, Policy Makers, Most Innovative Founders, Scientists and Hottest Startups will be there. On April 19-20th we will be at Sofia, Bulgaria.
Today is April, 4th. 4.04. Something well-nown, isn`t it? Yes, this horrible 404-page-not-found. And not surprising that today we’re celebrating The Webmaster Day. Congratulations, dear publishers! And here is some great examples of 404-page design for inspiration.
Last week IAB released March Primer for Publishers with main insights how to increase viewability and what should be noted.
Today is a very odd times for publishers: prints are still suffering and publishers with a big name are in constant competition with online-only upstarts. Moreover, digital world is changing every second, and it doesn’t matter how big you are or how long you are present on market, if you can’t adjust, you can’t survive.
If you are publishers here are some benefits you can gain with the automated auction of ad impressions.
Facebook, Apple and Google launching its own news aggregator platform. What is the price of the fast and clean reading experience?
The number of active smartphone users worldwide hit 2 billion in 2015, as a result content consumption is shifting from desktop to mobile devices.
The growth of mobile video consumption, new trends of online video metrics and a new focus on online streaming. What will it mean for us?Let’s dig a little bit deeper and look through these trends.
The adtech view is more about applying programmatic for digital ads. However, many buyers often have viewed these technologies as something they don’t need to think about, a publisher-facing technology that has no impact on their decision-making. Which is false approach.