EMarketer: Buyers Embrace PMPs And Programmatic Guaranteed

As marketer concerns about brand safety, transparency and data ownership continue to grow, so do their investments in programmatic guaranteed deals and private marketplaces (PMPs). By 2020, four out of every five programmatic dollars in the United States will flow to PMPs or guaranteed deals, according to eMarketer’s latest programmatic forecast released Friday. Brand safetyContinue reading »

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Behind Instagram Founders’ Exit; Snap Fizzles?

Snap Fizzle? This year, eMarketer estimates Snapchat will bring in $662.1 million in US ad revenue, a significant drop from the $1.03 billion it had projected last March. “We now expect that Snap will not break $1 billion in US ad revenue until 2020,” according to the revised figures. The downgrade is mainly due toContinue reading »

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Programmatic Guaranteed: A Chance To Rethink Publisher Growth

“The Sell Sider” is a column written for the sell side of the digital media community. Today’s column is written by Devlin Jefferson, vice president of product at Operative. Bauer Xcel recently gave publishers advice about working directly with brands that take programmatic in-house. Note that the advice was written by Bauer’s new in-house programmaticContinue reading »

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EMarketer: Duopoly Slips As Amazon And Snap Gain Ground

The almighty duopoly is losing share – but just a little bit. Google and Facebook will take a 56.8% share of US digital ad spend this year, down from 58.5% in 2017, according to a report published by eMarketer on Monday. The report also predicted the duopoly’s share of new digital ad dollars entering theContinue reading »

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EMarketer Cuts TV Ad Spend Forecast By $1B Due To Cord Cutters – But Some Agencies See A Brighter Future

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US cable TV networks are being strangled by cut cords. Research firm eMarketer lowered its US TV ad spend forecast for 2017 by $1 billion on Wednesday, citing “faster-than-expected growth in cord cutting” as the main contributor to the decline. US TV ad spend will still grow, the firm predicted – but by just 0.5%Continue reading »

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