ADVERTISER CAMPAIGN MANAGEMENT
DHgate | November 30, 2021
China's leading B2B cross-border e-commerce marketplace DHgate and Google recently announced the launch of a joint advertisement solution to make it faster and easier for exporters to market overseas to drive online sales.
This solution, which is called Huitou Advertising Platform and also marks first of its kind in China, has significantly lowered the barrier for 2.3 million sellers on DHgate, most of whom are micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs). With this solution, sellers can carry effective marketing campaigns, leveraging Google Shopping and Google Smart Shopping, in over 200 different countries and regions across the world.
With Huitou, Google’s ads solution offering will be seamlessly integrated into DHgate's marketing platform for sellers, alongside other established advertising tools offered by the e-commerce company.
It is thus easily accessible within DHgate's portal for sellers or an external portal outside the e-commerce marketplace, sparing sellers' needs to register a Google account.
Huitou allows each of the sellers on the DHgate platform to set an advertisement plan, including budget, timing, and the destination country within minutes, and execute this plan conveniently and efficiently.
Moreover, Huitou offers data such as clicks and deal values for DHgate sellers to better analyse advertisement results.
"Google has been committed to developing innovative and helpful digital marketing tools and services for many years," said Bai Yong, head of Channel Partner at Google Greater China. "We are excited to collaborate with DHgate, to leverage its foresight in building innovative marketing services to better empower its sellers, and we look forward to the improved performance and efficiency of their overseas marketing with this brand-new solution."
Huitou comes at the right time for DHgate sellers as China's cross-border e-commerce import and export have witnessed a 20.1% year-on-year growth in the first three quarters of this year, according to data released by the General Administration of Customs.
This cooperation with Google is also a significant breakthrough for DHgate in attracting buyers worldwide and enriching marketing scenes for cross-border sellers."
Li Wei, general manager of the marketing center at DHgate.
Before this collaboration, Google had already been one of the most critical channels for cross-border businesses to reach customers worldwide. DHgate, based on its 17 years of data insight accumulation and algorithm iteration, has been the leading company in leveraging search engines to boost sales.
According to SimilarWeb data, in 2020, 45.4% of the total traffic of DHgate came from Google and other search engines, higher than the percentage of 33.5% for the following B2B cross-border e-commerce company.
"We believe, Huitou, which combines Google Ads' merits and DHgate's data, technology advantages over these years, is bound to provide an enjoyable user experience to DHgate sellers." Li added.
Founded in 2004, DHgate has become the leading B2B cross-border e-commerce marketplace in China. Through our global operations and offices, including in the USA and UK, we reach millions of people with trusted products and services. As of December 31, 2020, DHgate served more than 36 million registered buyers from 223 countries and regions by connecting them to over 2.3 million sellers in China and other countries, with over 25 million live listings on the platform annually.
clean.io, Kargo | March 17, 2021
clean.io, the quickly arising worldwide leader in malvertising anticipation for publishers and platforms, and Kargo, the leader in mobile advertising, today reported an association pointed toward saving publisher income while guaranteeing the mobile ads conveyed by means of the Kargo platform are liberated from malware.
Kargo's central goal is to help publishers drive more yield from their properties while making mobile ad experiences that serve their crowds and regard their brands. As the programmatic environment turns out to be progressively mind-boggling, so has the assignment of identifying and blocking malicious ads.
Kargo's incorporation of clean.io's conduct and deterministic detection and blocking solution, cleanAD, conveys full scale, set-it-and-forget-it security for the entirety of the publishers inside the Kargo organization, and advances Kargo's destinations of fighting fraud and conveying quality experiences in premium conditions.
"The programmatic advertising ecosystem is built on trust. Premium publishers rely on Kargo to deliver safe, high quality mobile ads in order to maximize monetization and safeguard end-users," said Matt Gillis, CEO of clean.io. "Our technology offers the most sophisticated buyers of anti-malware technology like Kargo an additional layer of protection for both their publishers and buyers."
"Creating a successful advertising experience requires us to always be at the forefront of campaign quality best practices. Partnering with clean.io is an exciting addition to our existing robust safety measures, delivering additional malware protection to our family of premier publishers and their audiences," said Michael Shaughnessy, COO of Kargo.
clean.io is a digital engagement security company that helps brands protect their revenue and user experience by controlling the third party code that executes on their website. Our product cleanAD is the most effective approach for controlling malicious ads for publishers and advertising platforms.
Kargo is the leader in creating mobile advertising experiences that elevate brands and motivate consumers. Our advertising partners fill the ranks of the Fortune 500 and our invitation-only editorial marketplace sets the standard for quality and reach, including 100% of all U.S. smartphone users. With a focus on innovation, our creative team designs exclusive new ad formats that drive breakthrough performance and win industry awards. Kargo is 250 diverse employees strong with offices in NYC, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Auckland, Sydney and Singapore.
AD TECH AND MARTECH
Interactive Advertising Bureau | March 10, 2021
As ad-tech organizations consider AI options in contrast to treats and other outsider trackers, the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) is delivering new rules and best practices for the utilization of machine learning at each level of digital advertising production.
The guide draws on encounters from different distributers, organizations, and ad-tech organizations to layout nine uses going from imaginative production and logical video to inward handle mechanization and data migration. The delivery denotes another progression towards the working gathering's definitive objective of creating settled upon norms for the utilization of AI across the business.
The report comes after Google multiplied down on its protection push a week ago, explaining that it won't construct or utilize elective identifiers like hashed email addresses after it eliminates outsider treats from Chrome one year from now. Organizations like IBM Watson Advertising, which co-seats the IAB's AI norms working gathering, have been situating AI-driven analysis as another path for organizations to target ads without utilizing customized data.