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Ad Serving Technology

Author : Gregory Cristal
ISBN : 1484867572
Genre : Business & Economics
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Understand the marketing revelation that commercialized the Internet. Ad Serving provides a commercial infrastructure to the internet, spanning all sites, and touching all users, all the time. Ad Serving gives marketers the ability to deliver and measure their ads for exceptionally low cost, revealing the true value of the ad space they pay for. Utilizing cookie and page-level analysis, marketers can build vast pools of pseudonymous data about websites, ads and the users that encounter them. This data, and the trusted publisher-independent methodology for measurement, secures investment for Publishers. The counting, tracking and the delivery of ads to enable this data takes place at massive scale. The processes and systems behind data collection are complex, and marketers are expected to learn how to use them as the industry grows; applying this knowledge to their new roles in Digital Advertising. Many undertake this challenge, unaware of the complexity that lies ahead. The learning resources are few and far between. This book satisfies an intermediate-level of tuition to Ad Serving Technology, illustrating how and why Advertisers continue to grow their ad spend in the planet's favorite new media channel. Topics covered includes: Introduction to Digital Advertising, Introduction to Ad Serving technologies, Campaign Setup in the Ad Server by Channel - Standard Display, Rich Media, Instream Video, SEO, Paid Search, Affiliate, Email and Social. This book also covers Conversions, Attribution, Retargeting, Optimization Strategies, Adserver Reporting, Adserver Analytics, Privacy technology and an Introduction to Programmatic including DSPs, SSPs, DMPs, ATD's, ITD's and RTB.

Targeted

Author : Mike Smith
ISBN : 9780814449011
Genre : Business & Economics
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Far from the catchy television spots and sleek magazine spreads are the comparatively modest ads that pop up on websites and in Internet searches. But don’t be fooled—online advertising is exploding. Growing at a compound annual rate near 20%, it is now the second-largest advertising channel in the United States. Part history, part guidebook, part prediction for the future, Targeted tells the story of the companies, individuals, and innovations driving this revolution. It takes readers behind the scenes—examining the growth of digital advertising, its enormous potential, and the technologies that are changing the game forever. Leading the way is real-time bidding, which offers advertisers unprecedented precision in targeting ads and measuring their effectiveness. From keyword micro-markets and ad serving systems to aggregated virtual audiences and new business models, Targeted is sweeping in scope and stripped of technical complexity. It is an essential resource for anyone interested in finding and connecting with customers in the vast and shifting Internet universe.

Programmatic Advertising

Author : Oliver Busch
ISBN : 9783319250236
Genre : Business & Economics
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This fundamental guide on programmatic advertising explains in detail how automated, data-driven advertising really works in practice and how the right adoption leads to a competitive advantage for advertisers, agencies and media. The new way of planning, steering and measuring marketing may still appear complex and threatening but promising at once to most decision makers. This collaborative compendium combines proven experience and best practice in 22 articles written by 45 renowned experts from all around the globe. Among them Dr. Florian Heinemann/Project-A, Peter Würtenberger/Axel-Springer, Deirdre McGlashan/MediaCom, Dr. Marc Grether/Xaxis, Michael Lamb/MediaMath, Carolin Owen/IPG, Stefan Bardega/Zenith, Arun Kumar/Cadreon, Dr. Ralf Strauss/Marketingverband, Jonathan Becher/SAP and many more great minds.

Personalized Digital Advertising

Author : Diaz Nesamoney
ISBN : 9780134031071
Genre : Business & Economics
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This is the first plain-English, 100% practical guide to supercharged digital advertising personalization: what's here, what's next, and how to make the most of it! Digital advertising and marketing are undergoing a massive, data-driven transformation: practically everything you thought you knew about them is obsolete. In Personalized Digital Advertising: How Data and Technology Are Transforming How We Market, pioneering entrepreneur Diaz Nesamoney demystifies the newest technologies, showing non-technical marketers how to use them to precisely target every message to every individual. First, Nesamoney explores the current state of digital advertising, reviewing best practices for maximizing personalization through long-familiar data and targeting technologies. Next, he introduces powerful recent innovations, presenting new best practices for deepening and extending personalization with: New data management platforms Advanced solutions for offline, mobile, and location data Powerful new ad production and serving technologies Nesamoney then previews emerging disruptive technologies and personalization approaches, from social data to new techniques for anticipating user intent. He concludes by introducing the Digital Advertising Technology Stack: a visual schematic showing how multiple products and technologies come together to radically improve advertising personalization and performance. Personalized Digital Advertising will be an indispensable resource for wide audiences of CMOs and marketing professionals, brand managers, media and creative directors, creative team members, and all students of digital advertising and marketing.

Digital Advertising

Author : Andrew McStay
ISBN : 9781137494368
Genre : Business & Economics
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This new edition continues to shape, interrogate, theorise, understand, connect different practices, contextualize and generate patterns from both the history and practice of digital advertising, and the ways that this connects with its environment.

The Retargeting Playbook

Author : Adam Berke
ISBN : 9781118881163
Genre : Business & Economics
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How to reach the 98 percent of people who leave your website without converting sales The Retargeting Playbook is a complete guide for digital marketers about how to reach the 95 to 98 percent of people who leave a brand's website without converting. Retargeting gives advertisers the ability to stay in front of those people to bring them back and close the deal. For that reason, retargeting has emerged as a must have marketing channel, yet there is a lack of content that explains how the technology actually works and best practices for using it. Even marketing managers at large, sophisticated brands and agencies don’t have a strong grasp of this evolving channel, and there are few good neutral sources on the topic. Meanwhile, retargeting is the cornerstone of any holistic digital advertising strategy since it improves the results of every other channel if implemented correctly. Unfortunately, most marketers are only utilizing the most rudimentary retargeting tactics and barely scratch the surface of its potential. Explains how to stay in front of potential customers and convince them to come back and close the deal This book will be required reading for media buyers at digital agencies, in-house marketing managers at companies in any vertical, performance marketers, and ecommerce managers.

Data In Digital Advertising

Author : Dominik Kosorin
ISBN : 8090713807
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book is your ultimate guide to advertising data landscape. It covers everything from basic concepts all the way to developing a successful data strategy. You will learn where advertising data comes from and how it flows around the ecosystem. It will help you understand what data is available for targeting from third-party vendors, as well as standalone advertising platforms, such as Facebook, Google, or Amazon. Data Management Platforms (DMPs) are explored in depth, with detailed profiles of the most popular providers. All of this is set into context of key privacy regulations, including General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The final chapter gives you a blueprint for designing your own successful data strategy.

Introduction To Programmatic Advertising

Author : Dominik Kosorin
ISBN : 8026096118
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Programmatic advertising is the most exciting thing that happened in marketing in a long time- perhaps since the advent of mass advertising itself. This book offers the first comprehensive introduction to the world of programmatic advertising. If you are new to this revolutionary technology, it will help you get quickly up to speed. The book is intentionally relatively short and dense, so it can be read over a weekend - and then kept on your desk for reference. Here's a quick overview: Chapter one outlines the basic technologies enabling programmatic advertising - such as cookies, pixels, banner ads, or ad exchanges. Chapter two introduces the programmatic ecosystem and its various players, including publishers, advertisers, SSPs, DSPs, DMPs, agency trading desks, and the most important industry bodies. Chapter three is dedicated to programmatic ad trading, with special attention given to the real-time bidding (RTB) auction, role of the Deal ID, and publisher prioritization including header bidding. Chapter four is all about data and ad targeting. Retargeting and various prospecting tactics are covered, including contextual targeting, behavioral targeting, and look-a-like modeling. Chapter five expands the scope of this book into mobile. Mobile cookies, cross-device identification solutions, or location data are covered here. Chapter six offers an overview of the current issues discussed across the digital ad industry - including fraud, viewability, attribution, ad blocking, or privacy. Chapter seven is about new formats available programmatically, such as rich media, video, or native. It also covers new programmatic channels including TV, audio or print."

Niche Envy

Author : Joseph Turow
ISBN : 9780262264969
Genre : Business & Economics
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We have all been to Web sites that welcome us by name, offering us discounts, deals, or special access to content. For the most part, it feels good to be wanted--to be valued as a customer. But if we thought about it, we might realize that we've paid for this special status by turning over personal information to a company's database. And we might wonder whether other customers get the same deals we get, or something even better. We might even feel stirrings of resentment toward customers more valued than we are. In Niche Envy, Joseph Turow examines the emergence of databases as marketing tools and the implications this may have for media, advertising, and society. If the new goal of marketing is to customize commercial announcements according to a buyer's preferences and spending history--or even by race, gender, and political opinions--what does this mean for the twentieth-century tradition of equal access to product information, and how does it affect civic life?Turow shows that these marketing techniques are not wholly new; they have roots in direct marketing and product placement, widely used decades ago and recently revived and reimagined by advertisers as part of "customer relationship management" (known popularly as CRM). He traces the transformation of marketing techniques online, on television, and in retail stores. And he describes public reaction against database marketing--pop-up blockers, spam filters, commercial-skipping video recorders, and other ad-evasion methods. Polls show that the public is nervous about giving up personal data. Meanwhile, companies try to persuade the most desirable customers to trust them with their information in return for benefits. Niche Envy tracks the marketing logic that got us to this uneasy impasse.

Digital Disconnect

Author : Robert W. McChesney
ISBN : 9781595588913
Genre : Computers
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Celebrants and skeptics alike have produced valuable analyses of the Internet’s effect on us and our world, oscillating between utopian bliss and dystopian hell. But according to Robert W. McChesney, arguments on both sides fail to address the relationship between economic power and the digital world. McChesney’s award-winning Rich Media, Poor Democracy skewered the assumption that a society drenched in commercial information is a democratic one. In Digital Disconnect McChesney returns to this provocative thesis in light of the advances of the digital age, incorporating capitalism into the heart of his analysis. He argues that the sharp decline in the enforcement of antitrust violations, the increase in patents on digital technology and proprietary systems, and other policies and massive indirect subsidies have made the Internet a place of numbing commercialism. A small handful of monopolies now dominate the political economy, from Google, which garners an astonishing 97 percent share of the mobile search market, to Microsoft, whose operating system is used by over 90 percent of the world’s computers. This capitalistic colonization of the Internet has spurred the collapse of credible journalism, and made the Internet an unparalleled apparatus for government and corporate surveillance, and a disturbingly anti-democratic force. In Digital Disconnect Robert McChesney offers a groundbreaking analysis and critique of the Internet, urging us to reclaim the democratizing potential of the digital revolution while we still can.

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