AD TECH AND MARTECH
Integral Ad Science | December 03, 2021
Integral Ad Science (Nasdaq: IAS), a global leader in digital media quality, today announced the expansion of its Context Control solution for advertisers and publishers globally, giving customers more control over the context of digital ad placements.
We first launched Context Control to help our customers transform their targeting strategies, and it's already prepared them to successfully navigate a cookieless future. Advertisers need these critical tools to customize their campaigns, while publishers need to drive greater monetization. With strong response from both buyers and sellers, we've continued to build on the success of Context Control, delivering even more value and technology that helps solve for the future growth of contextual targeting."
Lisa Utzschneider, CEO, IAS.
Brand risk continues to be a global challenge, according to the latest IAS Media Quality Report, and more programmatic buyers are activating Context Control within top DSPs to navigate these issues. Advertisers can now leverage more than 300 contextual segments from IAS on a pre-bid basis to avoid undesirable content or target towards content that is suitable for their campaigns. Major DSPs including Adelphic, Adform, Amobee, MediaMath, Xandr, Yahoo, and others have integrated Context Control, making these tools readily available for advertisers wherever they choose to buy. By activating Context Control, advertisers can see a significant decrease in block rate, a 36% decrease in cost per click, and a 19% decrease in cost per acquisition in a recent campaign.
Now available globally, IAS also offers Context Control Optimization for publishers. Working with IAS, publishers can now maximize their revenue potential by matching contextual settings with an advertiser's brand suitability needs. Publishers can now activate Context Control segments directly in their ad servers to avoid or target towards contextually relevant content. This builds on existing smart inventory classification and packaging capabilities available for publishers. With IAS's Context Control Optimization, publishers can generate a greater return on inventory, delivering a 20% lift in CPMs and a 120% lift in clickthrough rates in a recent activation.
"Context Control Optimization has proven to be an incredibly effective tool to classify our inventory and deliver better contextual targeting options for brands," said Leigh Horton, Head of Ad Operations at Insider. "Working with IAS, we now provide our advertisers with even greater control over content suitability across their campaigns so that we can deliver on their KPIs."
About Integral Ad Science
Integral Ad Science (IAS) is a global leader in digital media quality. IAS makes every impression count, ensuring that ads are viewable by real people, in safe and suitable environments, activating contextual targeting, and driving supply path optimization. Our mission is to be the global benchmark for trust and transparency in digital media quality for the world's leading brands, publishers, and platforms. We do this through data-driven technologies with actionable real-time signals and insight. Founded in 2009 and headquartered in New York, IAS works with thousands of top advertisers and premium publishers worldwide.
Facebook | July 24, 2020
Despite healthy growth due to the Covid quarantine, signs are pointing to a bumpy Q3 for Snap. All eyes are also on Facebook for their Q3 report.Snap had a nice 17% revenue bump in Q2, fueled by the stay-at-home orders during the Covid-19 outbreak.Despite this, they are tempering expectations for continued growth in Q3. Their caution is something that is likely to be reflected across all platforms as the Coronavirus drags on.Q3 also had a very bullish start in daily active users initially, but the number dropped as society reopened. Based on their commentary, it also sounds as though the type of decline observed wasn’t anticipated.This decline has led to Snap’s caution about expected daily active user (DAU) growth for third quarter. They are projecting a DAU increase to somewhere between 242m to 244m.
Adverty | July 07, 2021
Adverty AB (publ), a leading in-game advertising specialist, announced a partnership with TapNation, as the French hypercasual publisher incorporates Adverty's seamless in-game ad formats into several current and upcoming titles - the result of a successful Q1 trial with clear positive uplift on all key metrics.
TapNation, a Paris-based producer of hyper-casual games, has incorporated Adverty's seamless In-Play advertising technology into many of its products and plans to utilize Adverty's unique formats in future releases.
"We've been interested in in-game advertising for a while, so we began our initial testing with Adverty in our game Cornhole League in Q1. We thoroughly examined the impact of in-game advertising and discovered that it had a clear net positive uplift on all of our key KPIs "says Vincent Férvier, TapNation's VP of Monetisation.
"Given the encouraging results so far, we have chosen to include seamless in-game advertising into more of our games, beginning with Web Master 3D and Rock Crawling. In the future, we will continue to include in-game advertising in any and all titles as appropriate."
Adverty CEO Tobias Knutsson adds: "We are thrilled to welcome TapNation to the rapidly expanding field of in-game advertising. We've had the pleasure of participating in company-wide Cornhole League events in recent months, and we can attest to the quality of the games. TapNation is also one of our largest publishers to date, providing our advertisers with a new level of reach." TapNation has had phenomenal growth, with over 230 million downloads of its game releases since 2020. Every day, millions of people across the globe play its titles.
Adverty has also recently partnered with InMobi and Verizon on the demand side, in addition to current successful partnerships with PubMatic and Smaato, allowing a wide range of partners and advertisers to access its inventory, with supply-side interest growing exponentially as more people understand the power of in-game executions to maximize brand exposure and p With interest in in-game advertising rising, not to mention Adverty's recent partnership with Moat by Oracle Advertising for third-party verification and its recent US patents granted for its work on viewability, the collaboration comes at an exciting time.
Adverty is presently looking to expand its workforce and is actively recruiting for various positions across all aspects of the business.
Adverty, the leading in-game advertising platform, uses innovative and patented technology designed for games to offer seamless In-Play and In-Menu advertisements that connect brands and people. The platform provides real in-game ad inventory at scale and enables content creators to monetize the whole experience through unobtrusive, easy-to-integrate, immersive advertising. Adverty, which was founded in 2016, has offices in Stockholm, London, New York, Madrid, Helsinki, St Petersburg, and Lviv and works with advertisers, agencies, and developers to unlock audiences and revenue streams in gaming.