We are proud to announce our partnership with Deutsche Telekom to provide a new media auditing & evaluation solution across Europe delivered as part of ‘Team Fernglas’; a professional collective that harnesses the expertise of specialist companies in the key disciplines of paid media ecosystem auditing. ‘Team Fernglas’ has been developed specifically to ensure holistic measurement and best possible accountability across all paid media activities of Deutsche Telekom’s new progressive Media Operating Model. The Programmatic
Given the importance of marketing for their growth, DTC brands typically start with running paid search and paid social marketing activity in-house from an early stage. These platforms offer them access to millions of prospective customers at the push of a button with tools that are relatively easy to use. Owing to their digital-first nature, they have a major strength in terms of collecting and activating consumer data within their marketing campaigns. They will rarely
The media landscape is currently going through an unparalleled period of change. We have the large consultancies battling to gain a slice of the media agencies pie; we’re seeing a number of acquisitions further consolidating the landscape, and now we’re entering the beginning of the battle for the telecoms to enter the media space at scale. One of the biggest pieces of news in ad tech so far this year was the acquisition of AppNexus
50% of enterprises use a Data Management Platform (DMP) either directly, or through an agency partner, according to Gartner’s 2017 Marketing Technology Study. Despite high adoption, many companies struggle to understand the value post-implementation. I’ve attended DMP pitches where providers acknowledge this fact by sharing that they often successfully migrate advertisers from a failing DMP solution to theirs. Changing provider is certainly one option when you aren’t seeing value from your DMP, but I would argue
It will be a decade since the first programmatic auction took place this year and it can be stated that since then programmatic technologies and the ecosystem as a whole have well and truly prospered. In 2017, programmatic display spending reached almost $33 billion globally. According to eMarketer, in the UK alone, programmatic accounted for 79% of all digital display ad spend in 2017 (up 23.5% from 2016) and is expected to climb to 82.4%
Since Q4 2017 we have been inundated with requests for help related to the practical implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). GDPR will positively change the digital marketing landscape in Europe from May 25th 2018, giving consumers greater transparency over how data is used within marketing (and many other industries). To answer these requests we have composed a custom 1/2 day workshop which will help businesses understand GDPR and build an action plan
Originally posted here – http://www.thedrum.com/opinion/2017/12/19/time-tear-back-the-layers-the-programmatic-onion If you’re reading this article you don’t need me to tell you that pricing in programmatic has been a hot discussion over the past three years. Transparency has been top of the agenda: the WFA first reported in 2014 that 79% of advertisers were dissatisfied with the level of transparency in their programmatic buys, and this dropped slowly to 71% in 2016 – a long way to go to get full satisfaction.