As programmatic premium takes off, many publishers and advertisers see private marketplaces (PMPs) as a smart buying model. For PMPs to succeed buyers and sellers must think and act as partners, and their relationship should be based on transparency. This discussion guide offers specific topics that buyers and sellers should discuss as they negotiate private deals.
A comprehensive guide to Mobile Programmatic for digital buyers, sellers and publishers.
This infographic was created in partnership with ExchangeWire. The findings are based on a survey of 183 digital marketing professionals from around the world. Information about the online survey was emailed to ExchangeWire’s subscriber base of digital technology and marketing professionals in April 2015.
OpenX have partnered with ExchangeWire Research to investigate the issue of marketplace quality in today’s programmatic advertising ecosystem.
This is our first study of both buying and selling behaviors in the OpenX marketplace. Our unique visibility into programmatic trends provides a comprehensive picture of the health and direction of this rapidly evolving industry.
Download this infographic now to discover the differing priorities between buyers and sellers.
In order to maximise the potential of social media channels, advertisers and publishers need to project through the noise and engage with consumers.
The new urban landscape will be characterised by the potential for screens to exist anywhere and everywhere – what does this mean for digital advertisers and publishers?
Your consumer is a single person, constantly consulting with multiple screens for overlapping content. So, what does this mean for advertisers and publishers looking to optimise storytelling across devices? Download this whitepaper now for insights on: The rapid growth of the multi-device landscape The technological devices that are driving this The benefits and challenges facing […]
The New Mobile Display Ecosystem Report, published in partnership with Econsultancy, is aimed primarily at publishers who want to understand the new mobile landscape.
Buying and selling digital media through programmatic channels is not a passing trend. It is quickly becoming a staple and it is only likely to grow as greater numbers of marketers pursue the efficiencies and transparency that programmatic offers. This Forrester report examines the attitudes and practices of publishers who actively sell their ad inventory through programmatic channels.
In partnership with Digiday, this State of the Industry whitepaper explores the collision of two top trends: the pervasiveness of programmatic buying and the rise of mobile advertising. The result? A serious divide between buyers and sellers.
For publishers to earn what their inventory is really worth, they need a platform that enhances their ability to develop a coherent revenue strategy, get the best price for their inventory, and increase efficiencies. This paper explores the changes publishers should implement to grow revenue and maximize yield.
For marketers to make the most of mobile they need to deal with a number of challenges: issues of addressability, attribution, ad format, how to recognize and reach audiences programmatically. This paper, written jointly with AdTruth, describes how mobile RTB – enabled by a new approach to device identification – addresses these challenges.
Web publishers have a wide choice of different ad networks to partner with to generate ad revenue. Recently, ad exchanges have emerged as an alternative channel to sell publishers’ online advertising space. This whitepaper explains what an ad exchange is, how it differs from an ad network, and explores the advantages that an ad exchange has over an ad network.
Trading online advertising programmatically may either be the path to strategically applying technology to create a more perfect marketplace for both buyers and sellers – or a threat to publishers’ businesses. OpenX and Digiday analyze the current online advertising practice of programmatic trading and predict future trends.
This whitepaper describes the steps publishers should take to develop targeted audience segments based on user data to drive up CPMs and sell-through rates.
What is a demand-side platform? How does a DSP work with an ad exchange such as OpenX? How does a DSP help online advertisers and publishers? This whitepaper explains how DSPs enable advertisers to buy across multiple ad exchanges through a single user-interface and how publishers can benefit.
An RTB-enabled ad exchange exposes your inventory to a larger pool of online advertisers, thereby increasing competition and pushing up CPMs. This paper addresses 10 ways to safeguard your brand when you decide to sell your online advertising inventory on real-time markets.