There are so many social media platforms available today, each with its own unique functions and targeting capabilities – so it’s important for advertisers to understand the differences amongst these platforms and identify which one works best for their campaign goals. Many advertisers choose Instagram because it not only helps with brand awareness goals, but also delivers some of the highest conversion rates.
Digital advertising is one of the most dynamic fields to follow. A steady stream of new technological developments is constantly transforming the way companies create and deploy online ads, offering cutting-edge ways to ensure your advertising reaches your audience. One such tool is programmatic advertising.
Programmatic advertising takes place in the blink of an eye, in the time it takes for a web page to load, making it one of the least understood forms of marketing. We’ll cover everything you need to know, including the benefits of programmatic advertising, the options available, how it works and much more.
Dynamic Creative Optimization, or DCO, is a form of programmatic advertising that allows marketers to personalize the creative shown to individual audiences. Rather than displaying the same creative with the exact same words to every individual, DCO relies on technology to match the best-suited ad creative to the user, based on criteria set up in advance by the marketer. In short, DCO is a display ad technology that creates personalized ads based on data collected about the viewer at the moment of ad serving. Through this personalization, the marketer is in effect matching the best content to the correct user, thereby optimizing the chances that the user likes what they see and is more likely to convert.
Programmatic display advertising has changed the world of marketing forever. This type of advertising has become increasingly popular for advertisers who want to expand their reach to new audiences. In order to implement programmatic marketing into your own advertising strategy, you need to familiarize yourself with the basics. What does “programmatic display” mean, and how do you get started?
With the proliferation of digital audio, podcasts, and streaming radio, the way we listen to content is ever-changing. Today, digital audio reaches a wealth of diverse and highly engaged audiences. Although people still listen to traditional AM/FM radio, content such as podcasts, streaming music, and digital radio are growing rapidly. By 2021, the average US adult will spend 86.88 minutes a day with digital audio, according to eMarketer.
So many brands are jumping on the native advertising bandwagon. As one of the most engaging channels in programmatic advertising, native seems to pop up in almost every campaign strategy conversation we have with our marketer and agency clients. And because there is so much talk around native, we get a lot of questions about how to optimize these campaigns so that they are most effective. So we decided to go straight to the source, and bring in one of our native partners, Taboola, to help answer some common questions about native advertising.
Throughout the day, marketers have many opportunities to engage with consumers.
There are touchpoints that provide channels for this engagement – our computers, our televisions, our phones. As consumers move through their day, they are also physically moving through the world. When consumers are on the go, the number of channels available to reach them drops, limiting marketers to out-of-home and mobile media.
Chances are you’ve heard the word “pixels” thrown around quite a lot, often without a lot of context as to what they actually are. If that’s you – you’re in luck! We’ve got just the thing you need to get a grasp on what those pesky pixels actually are.
With the proliferation of programmatic audio, podcasts, and streaming radio, the way we listen to content is ever changing. By 2021, the average US adult will spend 86.88 minutes a day with digital audio, according to eMarketer.