AD AGE NEXT: CMO

December 1-2, 2021 | USA

Even as businesses try to get back to normal more than a year into the pandemic, there is still nothing normal about marketing in the current environment. In December, Ad Age delves into how CMOs continue to deal with interrupted marketing calendars as well as the industry’s response to broader topics such as privacy concerns, navigating the CMO-CEO relationship and building the marketing workforce of the future. Join Ad Age on Dec. 1 and 2 as we identify the biggest influences on marketing and advertising today—and what lies ahead.

Spotlight

For most large online publishers, the supply of available ad inventory far exceeds demand for it. A research study conducted by Forrester indicated that as much as 25% of sellers’ inventory goes unsold.1 To tap additional demand from advertisers, brand-conscious publishers often sell through indirect channels, including ad networks, exchanges, and other technology providers that vary widely in scale, technology, ease of use, cost, and controls. Ad networks provide revenue to publishers willing to commit, in advance, a large number of impressions at a fixed CPM value. Many publishers find comfort in the predictable revenues of this type of booking. Can publishers make more money by embracing a spot auction sales model — with DoubleClick’s proprietary Dynamic Allocation technology — to increase their CPM as a component of their yield management strategy, instead of relying exclusively on fixed, upfront, pre-allocated sales?


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Social Media Week North America

May 10-12, 2022 | USA

Social Media Week North America is a worldwide event that brings together global leaders, social media practitioners and digital marketers for a multi-day virtual event that serves as the central meeting point for the entire social media marketing industry.

Marketing, Branding & Communication Conference

March 10-11, 2022 | USA

Marketing, Branding & Communication Conference will be focusing on the future of advertising in relation to the recent changes in consumer behavior due to the pandemic. It seems that the new consumer behavior will transform the industry’s future therefore companies need to better understand the new consumer and empower their brand accordingly.

American Academy of Advertising Annual Conference

March 24-27, 2022 | USA

The American Academy of Advertising (AAA) is an organization of advertising scholars and professionals with an interest in advertising and advertising education. The Academy fosters research that is relevant to the field and provides a forum for the exchange of ideas among its academic and professional members. Read more... 2022 Annual Conference The 2022 Annual Conference is right around the corner! We look forward to welcoming you in sunny St. Petersburg, FL, March 24 - 27, 2022. To make your reservation the Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront, please click here. In addition, the preliminary schedule will be posted soon, and we anticipate conference registration to open on January 11, 2022.

Ad World 2022

May 2-3, 2022 | USA

Join 50,000+ of the world’s brightest minds in advertising to learn, share secrets and connect online. For two days on 2-3 May 2022, Ad World will stream 10+ Digital Advertising Tracks, consisting of hyper-focused speeches, panels and live Q&A sessions to help take your business to the next level. The all-in-one advertising event will bring you closer to leading marketers and brands than ever before from the comfort of your home.

Spotlight

For most large online publishers, the supply of available ad inventory far exceeds demand for it. A research study conducted by Forrester indicated that as much as 25% of sellers’ inventory goes unsold.1 To tap additional demand from advertisers, brand-conscious publishers often sell through indirect channels, including ad networks, exchanges, and other technology providers that vary widely in scale, technology, ease of use, cost, and controls. Ad networks provide revenue to publishers willing to commit, in advance, a large number of impressions at a fixed CPM value. Many publishers find comfort in the predictable revenues of this type of booking. Can publishers make more money by embracing a spot auction sales model — with DoubleClick’s proprietary Dynamic Allocation technology — to increase their CPM as a component of their yield management strategy, instead of relying exclusively on fixed, upfront, pre-allocated sales?

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