Real-Time Bidding

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People of Ad Tech: RTB House Director Radoslaw Dobrolecki

RTB House Business Development Director USA Radek Dobrolecki tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that deep-learning AI is teaching itself to find relations between user behaviors that might otherwise be missed – in order to put unexpectedly relevant products in front of prospects. Music: “Morning Rays” by Jim Duffy. Used with permission.

Don’t Throw Out The Programmatic Baby With The RTB Bathwater

Be honest.  When you hear the word “programmatic,” what’s the first thing you think of? If you’re like a lot of marketers, your brain might conjure up images of digital ads, ad exchanges, bidding algorithms and targeting personas.  And this is a problem. Digital has always had its issues with lingo and tech talk.  The… Continue reading »

People of Ad Tech: engage:BDR CEO Ted Dhanik

Engage:BDR CEO Ted Dhanik tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell about malvertising: What it is, how it works, and how companies like engage:BDR fight it. Dhanik explains that some bad actors now create LinkedIn profiles and fake email addresses to help them pose as employees of legitimate companies so they can spread malvertising by buying… Continue reading »

People of Ad Tech: Smart AdServer’s Romain Job

Smart AdServer U.S. General Manager Romain Job tells WIT Strategy‘s Bill Brazell that today’s publishers need integrated tools in order to optimize the balance between direct-sold and programmatic ads, and says online publishing will soon bring ad buyers and sellers closer together in a way that will enable publishers to retain more revenue. Music: Jim… Continue reading »

Insist on Three Types of Transparency in Programmatic

If anyone could point to a critical trend within the programmatic ad buying landscape, it’s transparency.  The term has been on the lips of most of the programmatic vendors pitching our agency lately, a dominant subject at recent programmatic conferences, and the subject of several opinion articles written over the past several weeks. But there’s… Continue reading »