Ad fraud is an ongoing problem in the advertising industry. As overall ad spends are increasing year after year, the rate of frauds income is rising as well. According to eMarketer’s latest estimations, advertisers’ loss from such actions varies from 6.5 to 19 billion dollars.
Here’s a scary fact: just in 6 years, by 2025 ad fraud may cost the global industry $50 billion, according to WFA prediction. There are many ways to eliminate the risk of fraud, like adopting ads.txt (a solution for increasing transparency across ad serving process),
The first month of the year has come to an end so it’s time to sum up all the predictions that were made and pick out a path to prosperity. Let’s figure out what ad monetization trends are the most significant this year and how
Digital advertising ecosystem is rapidly evolving in multiple vectors. It’s way too easy to overlook some major changes or get confused in the announcements. We are keeping track for you.
AppNexus, Rubicon Project and PubMatic have officially presented Prebid.org as an organization with the goal to promote header bidding among ad ops and publishers.
Programmatic made all players equal, including the shady ones. The industry regulators with sufficient tech capabilities at hands are called on to find the solution for improving ad buying experience. IAB offers us its ads.txt idea to look into.
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.