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TripleLift | January 11, 2023
TripleLift, one of the biggest advertising technology platforms worldwide, announced entering into a partnership with Cinedigm Corp., a premier streaming and entertainment company serving a passionate fan base, to introduce in-show advertising for brands and advertisers across its flagship streaming service, Cineverse and range of FAST channels, including Real Madrid TV, The Bob Ross Channel, The Dove Channel, and others.
Cinedigm's dynamic overlay and split-screen ad units, powered by Triplelift's in-show programmatic technology, are contextually aligned to the content and delivered dynamically, making these products measurable and targetable for the first time and enabling brands to leverage the demand-side platform (DSP) of their choice.
Chief Technology & Product Officer at Cinedigm, Tony Huidor, said, "In-Show advertising is among the most promising opportunities for brands and advertisers to reach and engage viewers across Cinedigm's catalog of premium content."
(Source: Cision PR Newswire)
"According to TDG research, six out of ten households saw material on a FAST channel in 2021."
The numbers are set to grow faster than any other platform this year. With in-show advertising experiences, marketers can reach these viewers in a relevant and targeted manner, complementing conventional commercial spots throughout Cinedigm's FAST portfolio.
TripleLift is an advertising technology company redefining ad placement by combining creativity, media, and analytics. Its marketplace serves the world's leading publishers, brands, streaming firms, and demand-side platforms, with over 1 trillion ad transactions processed monthly. The firm has been on the Inc. 5000 and the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 for five consecutive years, recognized on Business Insider's list of Hot Ad Tech Companies for three consecutive years and was voted AdExchanger's Most Innovative TV Advertising Technology in 2021.
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Zoomd | January 27, 2023
With creative ad optimization subjected to user biases such as preferences for strong headlines, graphics, colors, etc., Albert AI technology, owned by Zoomd, provides genuine creative optimization based on real-time creative performance across goods, advertising, campaigns, and market segments.
Even with the recent development of technologies like Chat GPT-4, ad production is likely to be the last aspect of marketing to gain from AI-powered technology. Due to the subjectivity used by individuals while optimizing commercials, the optimization of ad creatives is now well suited for AI technology.
An e-commerce business hired Albert AI intending to improve return on ad spend (ROAS) by 500%, a goal Albert's team thought was achievable. Instead, Albert's ROAS increased by 800% a few months after the onboarding process was completed. In subsequent years, the same e-commerce business, now in its fourth year of working with Albert, is still achieving gains in ROAS between 10 and 20%.
Albert optimized the ad creative for this e-commerce firm by developing the best-performing advertisements for each target category and ad platform/channel. In addition, its technology makes the most excellent ad possible by picking the finest photos, colors, fonts, and texts to provide the most cost-effective results for the target demographic. Finally, Albert's system was able to decide when to refresh and then modify ads to maximize ROAS.
The technology employs AI to generate advertisements that improve campaign performance, including keyword, platform, audience, and device selection and bidding, as well as creative optimization spanning search, display, social, and cross-channel.
Zoomd, founded in 2012, provides publishers with a site search engine and marketers with a mobile app user-acquisition platform integrated with the vast majority of global digital media. The software integrates over 600 media sources into a single interface. In addition, it provides marketers with a user acquisition control center to manage all new customer acquisition efforts on a single platform. By merging numerous media sources into a single platform, marketers save considerable resources that would otherwise be spent integrating data sources, boosting data collection and insights while limiting the resources used on the task. Zoomd is also a performance-based platform, allowing advertisers to reach the right target audiences by using an algorithm based on the goals and objectives of the advertisers.
AD TECH AND MARTECH
ID5 | November 24, 2022
ID5, the market-leading identity provider for digital advertising, today released its 2022 State of the Digital Identity Report, which provides a comprehensive analysis of the developments made by publishers, advertisers, and ad tech platforms when it comes to the evaluation and adoption of alternative identity resolutions.
ID5 found brands around the world are missing out on reaching cookieless audiences, with 87% of respondents identifying as such, and are restricted to competing for the same, limited portion of consumers reachable via cookies. Of those surveyed, 69% of advertisers want to be able to reach cookieless audiences today.
This year’s report looks closely at a number of elements that shed light on how businesses are preparing to navigate a cookieless future going into 2023. The findings present insights into testing success rates, the most favored alternative solutions, time frames in which players expect to have their cookieless strategies in place, and more.
By surveying 164 respondents globally, the report found that first-party universal identifiers are believed to be the most viable and scalable solution to replace third-party cookies, with 38% of respondents identifying them as the primary alternative. A mixture of deterministic and probabilistic first-party IDs take the top spot (54%) for the best methodology alternative to generate and reconcile IDs across websites.
“Between cookieless browsers and people refusing third-party cookies, 50% of the global traffic is already unaddressable with traditional identifiers,” said Mathieu Roche, CEO & Co-founder of ID5.
“Between cookieless browsers and people refusing third-party cookies, 50% of the global traffic is already unaddressable with traditional identifiers,” said Mathieu Roche, CEO & Co-founder of ID5. “Advertisers want alternative IDs now to enable addressability at scale, maximizing the opportunity that cookieless browsers offer today.”
The report found that the adoption of alternative identity solutions is on the rise industry-wide with 63% of respondents having at least one solution or more. Of those that have not adopted a solution yet, 57% stated that their unfamiliarity with the various cookieless alternatives in the market is what holds them back. Nevertheless, 50% of survey respondents have already run tests to measure the effectiveness of these solutions, and another 35% are currently testing or are in the planning stages of doing so. With more education and knowledge sharing on the benefits of taking action on cookieless, these numbers will continue to rise.
Overall, the report found that 75% of respondents are satisfied with testing. The research indicates that, though many advertisers are behind on testing, those who have are pleased with the results and are effectively positioning themselves for the future.
“With this report, we not only wanted to highlight where companies are today, but we wanted to better understand what the industry is doing to support advertisers and publishers, as well as what challenges they are facing or are anticipating to face.” added Roche. “This success in testing across the industry provides hope that we are coming close to determining the solutions that have proven themselves as industry standards.”