Advertising

The Importance of Knowing Physical Device Dimensions

Some of our specific WURFL device detection capabilities identify physical elements of devices (smartphones, tablets, etc.). With this information our customers can pinpoint and target ads to newer devices, or older devices, depending on their desired demographic. Here’s an example, a customer is advertising luxury shoes, something the average person probably couldn’t afford on regular basis. So they take the physical attributes of the most recent and most expensive phones, like the Apple iPhone X, and only deliver ads to devices with these physical traits. This can increase advertising ROI, clicks, and engagement. Read More…

Meet Us at Programmatic I/O in San Francisco

We’re looking forward to meeting with AdTech companies in San Francisco, CA from April 10-11.

 

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Find Us at Mobile World Congress 2018

We’re excited to meet new advertising companies and help them overcome their biggest mobile challenges. If you’re interested in learning more about how we can help with device targeting, mobile analytics, and high-speed ad transactions and delivery, we would love to meet you.

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How to Populate IAB OpenRTB Device Object

If you are in advertising, you probably already know that digital ad revenue grew in the last year. According to the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), it grew by 22% in 2016, to reach $75.2 billion. But what you might not know is that the shift to mobile and advertising’s influence on mobile buying trends go hand in hand.

Shift to Mobile

Not only has the amount of time spent online increased in the mobile category, it accounts for 1 trillion mobile minutes in 2016 and has the largest share of online traffic over desktop and tablet (68%). And the ad dollars are trying to keep up. In 2016 alone, more than half of digital ad revenue came from mobile.

OpenRTB Device and Programmatic Growth

This is why more agencies and advertising firms are adopting an Open Real-Time Bidding (RTB) exchange to part of their advertising mix. This year RTB is expected to account for 29% of the digital mix (source: eMarketer March 2013) and programmatic advertising accounts for more than two-thirds of U.S. digital display ads. Read More…

53% of Mobile Site Visitors Abandon if it Takes More Than 3 Seconds to Load Page

According to a recent Google study, more than half of mobile visitors will leave if the website takes longer than three seconds to load. And one in two mobile visitors expect their page to load in less than two seconds. This is especially important to the e-commerce and advertising community who rely on image-heavy content to drive many of their conversions and sales. In fact, mobile sites which load in only five seconds earned almost twice as much mobile revenue compared to ads which had site load in 19 seconds.


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Lessons Learned from Mobile World Congress 2017

Effective Mobile Advertising More Important than Ever

A funny thing happened at Mobile World Congress 2017. Mobile World Congress 2017It stopped being about handsets. Proof? The biggest buzz went to Nokia’s retro 3310.

It started, instead, to be about “getting the current [advertising] ecosystem working as effectively as possible.” The advertising community has stopped holding its breath for a mobile handset to arrive or relying on network providers to introduce new breakthrough technology.
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Secrets of Black Friday: Sneak Peek

2015 to 2016 Comparisons

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This Black Friday and Cyber Monday saw a different level of mobile E-Commerce traffic than last year. Most notably, the average mobile engagement on E-Commerce sites was higher overall as well as beginning Black Friday peak traffic a few days earlier.
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