High-quality monetization has always been an issue for Publishers. They were mostly taking care about absolute amount of revenue drawn from inventory sales in the early years. Since development of Programmatic Ecosystem, Publishers became more concerned with the quality of ads and appropriate ad management
Traffic trading via Ad Networks would be considered a profitable business ten years ago, but now, in the era of programmatic, they apparently must die out. But the statistics and facts say otherwise. The quantity of ad networks is still growing: if we check the
Advertising network based on bunch of conjoint publishers could become a profitable and long-term business for those, who dare to gather publishers on localization, thematic or other characteristics, attract advertisers and, for sure, choose proper tech provider. We studied a case of one of our first
A publisher of any size gets the capacities to optimize the performance of their inventory, when they work with the third-party ad platforms. The first and the easiest step is to divide the ad placements by the categories. The ads within one website can differ
Those, who know the theory of programmatic buying, still have the questions as to its practical value. The specialists that switch from contextual to programmatic advertising doubt its real potential. Let’s take a look at the results programmatic can bring you.
Ad networks, DSPs, ad agencies and advertisers are pouring lots of money to make an impact on real people. Major finance flows attract fraudsters that want to get their piece of pie. That’s where the need for third-party traffic verification arises.
Want to set up your own ad network? Don’t know where to start? You might consider some of our advises.
Do you like The Wall Street movie? It sure makes trading exchanges look fun, but doesn’t quite explain them. Digital ad exchange comes from the primer exchange principles. We’ll explain its basics below.
Admixer has joined the ad platforms that require ads.txt integration from their partners. We want to explain publishers why they need to cooperate and how to start.