Centro is transforming the digital advertising industry

| January 24, 2019

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Centro (www.centro.net) is a global provider of enterprise-class software for digital advertisers. Our technology, Basis, is the industry’s most comprehensive and automated digital media management platform. Through a single user interface, Basis converges the entire advertising workflow, enabling marketers to plan, buy, analyze and streamline campaigns for programmatic, direct, search and social.

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Cadreon

Cadreon is IPG Mediabrand’s Ad Tech unit, responsible for developing best-in-class programmatic technology solutions. In a widely disparate technology landscape, we leverage best-in-class technology to deliver the most comprehensive, highest-performing programmatic solutions on the market. We provide extensive expertise for some of the best and brightest brands across our IPG Mediabrands agency partner landscape. Headquartered in San Francisco, Cadreon operates in 68 markets worldwide.

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Apple Now Allows Push Notification Advertising

Article | March 4, 2020

The company stated that the majority of Apple devices now are running iOS 13. It is the latest iOS. With that in mind, developers must update their apps using the latest iOS and technologies available. Apple requires developers to use the iOS 13 SDK when creating new apps and updates. This new guideline will start on April 30, 2020. With this kit, apps can provide features, like Dark Mode and others. Furthermore, the company wants developers to ensure that their apps are compatible with supported devices, like the iPhone 11 and the latest iPad. With the latest App Store guidelines, Apple is lifting its restrictions regarding push notifications. The company has banned apps from using push notifications in promoting or advertising products. However, this ban has been lifted as per the current guidelines.

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Apple will now allow ads in app notifications on iPhones and iPads

Article | March 6, 2020

Apple has updated its App Store guidelines, with a new report on the matter by 9to5Mac stating that the company will now allow apps to push advertisements, promotions, and marketing material on push notifications on iOS. However, Apple has stated that while push notifications with advertisements can now be sent on iOS devices, app developers will need to offer its users with a clear option to opt out of receiving such material on notifications, and the makers of the apps will need to receive explicit permission from users before delivering ads to their devices.

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Digital Billboard Brand Marketing Budget & Strategy

Article | April 6, 2020

Starting first with the budget: What do you want to invest on a daily basis in your brand? My recommendation here in a local area is going to be $20 per day per brand channel. So what that means is, if you want to be on a digital billboard on a highway, that’s $20. If you want to be on Facebook for the day, that’s $20. On Instagram is $20. If you want to be on YouTube, that’s another $20. And so you can quickly get to where your budget is roughly anywhere from $60 to $100 a day, whether you’re on anywhere three to five different channels. I definitely recommend multi-channel, that’s going to build trust. Because if somebody sees you in all these different places, every time they see you, it’s just another element of trust (which would avoid questions like: “Is dropshipping legal?” or “Is dropshipping dead?”). You’re covering all areas. Digital billboards on the highway are extremely powerful because it makes you instantly think, like this business is on a little bit higher level than the other businesses.

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Most Advertisers Shifting, Not Canceling, Media Campaigns Amid Pandemic, Advertiser Perceptions Report Finds

Article | March 31, 2020

While 89 percent of advertisers have been disrupted by COVID-19, only a third have canceled a campaign outright. The rest are changing their media mix and/or looking to shift their spending into the second half of the year. Despite the shifting of current media dollars, fully 81 percent of advertisers expect to cut ad budgets significantly this year, and 68 percent expect to spend less next year because of the pandemic.

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Cadreon

Cadreon is IPG Mediabrand’s Ad Tech unit, responsible for developing best-in-class programmatic technology solutions. In a widely disparate technology landscape, we leverage best-in-class technology to deliver the most comprehensive, highest-performing programmatic solutions on the market. We provide extensive expertise for some of the best and brightest brands across our IPG Mediabrands agency partner landscape. Headquartered in San Francisco, Cadreon operates in 68 markets worldwide.

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