OpenAP Faces An Uncertain Future – But Don’t Write It Off Yet

WarnerMedia’s farewell to the OpenAP Consortium Friday was inevitable. The writing has been on the wall since February, when AT&T’s $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner was finalized. “It makes sense to pull out now [that] they’re owned by a company that has one of the largest data sets available,” said Tracey Scheppach, CEO andContinue reading »

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The Ad Industry Is Still Figuring Out How To Devise Standards Without Driving Everyone Insane

How many seals, accreditations, badges, consortiums, committees and standards can one industry support before it collapses under the weight of its own good intentions? The ad industry seems hell-bent on finding out. “There may be too many badges and seals out there,” Mike Zaneis observed on a panel during Advertising Week in New York City.Continue reading »

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The Mobile App Space Needs Standards, But Post-View And Post-Click Attribution Are Major Speed Bumps

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While mobile app advertising is in dire need of standards, that prospect is easier said than done. Confusion and wrongheadedness in the industry is rife, even among user acquisition specialists. “Ask a room full of UA managers to explain how mobile tracking works and I think most won’t be able to explain the whole process,”Continue reading »

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