Advertising Technology

Advertising Technology

According to trends, programmatic has a bright future in advertising; there could be changes to the way success in online advertising is measured; bot ease startles conference goers; automatic guaranteed needs some clarification, and how sometimes things just make sense for publishers.

A video created by Forensiq shows just how quickly just a single infected computer can add to the tally of worthless clicks.

Some are already hailing private marketplaces as the "future of programmatic," while others are lamenting their growing pains. There are "big changes" coming in the world of ad fraud. This viewability stuff needs to get sorted out, because there are some killer metrics waiting.

Reading The Information's piece on Facebook's reported re-introduction of the Atlas ad-serving technology , I wondered - Does the market really need six or more full stack adtech solutions?

Major talking points this week involved the continued uncertainty around the transition to a viewability standard, the absolute certainty around the growth in spending expected across the programmatic landscape, and what publishers are going to have to be ready for to be successful going forward.

The new collaborative initiative's goal is to to build a trustworthy supply chain, encouraging marketers and media buyers to further invest in interactive marketing.

More publishers are getting involved in the buying ads, both for education as well as marketing their own content. As turns out organic search is still responsible for the lion's share of website traffic as well as a sizable portion of publishers' revenue. There are more calls for ad-tech transparency, and a malware attack was spotted.

Publishers are tackling the issue of viewability with big-time data, and they are forging partnerships to see help in doing just that. On the...

During the "Publisher Fireside Chat" at the recent Programmatic I/O conference held by AdExchanger, the discussion turned to that of open auctions. Are they...