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Being Careful with Mobile Interstitials

By: Jess Carson I know, it seems like every two seconds the “all-powerful” Google is updating its algorithm to further enhance user experience (which is the holy grail because, let’s face it, users are difficult). Back in August of 2016, Google announced that it would start “cracking down” on “intrusive interstitials” (say that three times… Continue reading »

People of Ad Tech: Cedato CMO Dvir Doron

Cedato CMO Dvir Doron tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell about two big trends in online video advertising: programmatic video and outstream. Doron sees a bright future for video header bidding, and expects outstream video to mature and expand. Music: “Morning Rays” by Jim Duffy. Used with permission.

People of Ad Tech: Sublime Skinz COO Jerem Febvre

Sublime Skinz COO and Cofounder Jerem Febvre tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that many display ads fail because they are never seen — and many that are seen, annoy. In response, Sublime Skinz developed a method of wrapping ads around the content, at scale. Music: “Morning Rays” by Jim Duffy. Used with permission.

People of Ad Tech: Stands CEO Roy Rosenfeld

Stands CEO Roy Rosenfeld tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that ad blockers will bring us a future of fewer but more valuable ads. Rosenfeld argues that ad blockers focus more on streamlining their experience than on blocking ads. 90% of the people who use the Stands tool opt *in* to seeing ads — and… Continue reading »

People of Ad Tech: Upstream Group CEO Doug Weaver

Upstream Group Founder and CEO Doug Weaver tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that while sales is always a solitary profession — “it’s you and your number” — the automated algorithms of ad tech can make it even more so. Drawing on deep experience, Weaver urges salespeople to avoid bragging about their product right off… Continue reading »

The Massive Opportunity In Guiding SMB Marketers into Mobile

The mobile web has long since passed its tipping point. Approximately two-thirds of Americans own a smartphone, and they spend a considerable amount of time using that phone for online content. More than three-quarters of the top digital news websites now receive more traffic from mobile devices than desktop computers, indicating that mobile web presence… Continue reading »

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