Header Bidding is the technology on the rise. Increased volume of its implementation entails loads that only major players can process.
Publishers may often express dissatisfaction at their experience with ad tech vendors. Yet they don’t rush the farewell. And there are several reasons why.
Currently, an increasing number of publishers is turning to Header Bidding technology. This puts us in need of recommendations on how to use its benefits properly. With that, let’s step back and answer the question – why did the need for an alternative programmatic buying
Whenever there’s a discussion of what can be improved about programmatic, the notion transparency emerges. What is it that gets hidden and where should we move to clear the things up? Let’s dive in.
A real solid announcement from Google: advertisers now can use DoubleClick Bid Manager for TV advertising. In other news, programmatic has come to radio stations and even jukeboxes.
Mobile ad sector has grown out of the role of a rising star. The figures prove it takes the leading position now. According to the latest IAB report, last year resulted in mobile ads bringing the greater part of overall online ad revenue in the
Facebook aims at further implementation of Header Bidding across mobile platforms. The recent announcement made by the company states they are opening Audience Network for publishers using Header Bidding.
There is little doubt you already know the hottest news on the market. Google reportedly plans to add an in-built ad blocker to its Chrome browser. We’ve gathered all insights shared over the weekend and prepared a report for you.
Current market trends show that open ad exchanges are losing their positions. Analysts call them nonviable. Such statement is backed by a number of facts.
Programmatic’s victory march goes on. This time, it’s all thanks to Programmatic Direct. The new link in the ad server chain allows for programmatic advertising to get even bigger revenue. And upcoming trends promise a continuing rise.