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Study: Programmatic Trading of Premium Inventory is Accelerating Swiftly

Written on
March 28th 2013
Author
AdotasWire

LOS ANGELES & NEW YORK, March 27, 2013 (ADOTAS) — OpenX Technologies, Inc. (OpenX), a global leader in digital and mobile advertising technology, and Digiday, the leading media company and community for digital media, marketing and advertising professionals, today announced the release of an important new white paper: Programmatic + Premium: ... more...

OPINION: Our Focus on Remnant is Costing Us Brand Dollars

Written on
March 13th 2013
Author
Raj Chauhan

Zenith Optimedia predicts global ad spend will reach $500B in 2013 with online accounting for roughly 20%, leaving $400B spread across TV, Print, Outdoor, Radio and Cinema. These are big, traditional media channels with brand-centric advertisers who will be migrating their models to digital over the coming months and years ... more...

Selling More Inventory as Premium: Helping the Ad Sales Team Increase Sales with Less Hassles

Written on
February 25th 2013
Author
Roy Pereira

Over the past few years, remnant inventory has become a larger and larger piece of the pie. At the same time, this inventory is sold for less and less money as real-time bidding (RTB) and other technologies drive down prices. Today, 13% of the almost $15 billion dollar digital display market ... more...

How Online Advertising Is Like Buying an Airline Seat

Written on
June 14th 2012
Author
Benjamin Christie

ADOTAS – Today I find myself again on an aircraft flying to the mecca of advertising, New York, to meet with media buyers and food publishers. Shortly after takeoff, I realize this flight is going to be different than others. Today it dawns on me that buying online advertising is a lot ... more...

Quick Hits: Facebook’s Finances and Possible New Ad Plan, More on the Forrester DSP Report, Social Sharing Infographic

Written on
December 15th 2011
Author
Brian LaRue

ADOTAS – Earlier today, Gawker leaked what it claimed to be Facebook’s financial figures as of September 2011, citing an email from “a well-placed mole.” (Incidentally, is there even such a thing as a poorly-placed mole? Wouldn’t that just be some random person who talks too much?) Some key points: ... more...