Ad-Juster data helps digital publishers access higher ad revenues

TOM FOREMSKI | March 11, 2020

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Ad-Juster is offering online publishers access to key advertising data pricing that will enable them to gain extra revenues for their publications and compare their performance against others in their sector. The FlowIQ Benchmark data is the first such service of its kind, and publishers will be able to use it to find ways of boosting revenues through better ad pricing. They'll also receive early notification about trends such as demand for new types of ad formats. San Diego-based Ad-Juster focuses on data integration for publishers to help them manage and improve ad revenues. Its clients are the majority of the top 100 publishers, and it analyzes more than 1.2 trillion ad impressions and 2.3 billion clicks each month.

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