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AdMonsters Dec 17
Yeah we know, doesn't believe in predictions, but what about trends? What big changes do you expect in the industry for 2019? Join the discussion on reddit or just let us know right here.
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AdMonsters Dec 14
Still haven't upgraded to VAST 4.0? Don't worry about it. VAST 4.1 is way better.
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AdMonsters Dec 12
42 hours/month people are watching streaming from CTV in the living room and that will only grow. Doug Fleming Head Of Advanced TV ⁦⁩ ⁦
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IAB Tech Lab Dec 12
The speed of getting standards to market is crucial. I’m glad was set up to help with this velocity — Michael Tuminello
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AdMonsters Dec 12
Can the ad cloud solve the complex and slow nature of the current workflow of video ad delivery? Yes, says Chief Technology Officer
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AdMonsters Dec 12
In there's always a new term or acronym to learn. Here's some of the most popular that everyone was talking about in 2018.
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Kira Halevy Dec 11
One way to make advertising more efficient? Use fewer cookies! ’s Garrett McGrath tells how universal IDs would ultimately drive better understanding of consumers. Read more . via
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AdMonsters Dec 11
Advertising will always be important, but influencers, advocates and enthusiasts are flipping the way we think of paid, owned, earned and shared on its head. Check out of on the future of Advertising in Storytizing.
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AdMonsters Dec 10
What predictions do you have for 2019? We started a thread on reddit for the community to weigh in and the conversation is heating up. We're looking to publish a roundup of some of these ideas. What do you say?
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Dailymotion Dec 6
. provides insight on strategies for publishers to drive more traffic to their O&Os ➡️
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AdMonsters Dec 5
2018 was an exciting and bumpy ride for ad ops. Take a look back at AdMonsters Top 10 Stories to remember just how great—and bad—it was.
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AdMonsters Nov 30
The pesky are coming. Cryptojacking is pretty darn evil—even taking on ransomeware—but it's actually based on a practice that could prove a likely alternative to advertising.
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AdMonsters Nov 28
The relationship between and is growing tighter every year.
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AdMonsters Nov 28
"We only place as many ads on a page is as good for " - Jessica Kadden But... ("Sometimes we have to turn up the refresh rate" - Marc Burgess )
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AdMonsters Nov 28
Working closely with data science we can learn how to increase user's session value and it helps with A/B testing. It's key to have constant communication with product because they are monitoring everything. - Katie Pillich
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AdMonsters Nov 28
This room of bright advertising minds is talking ad quality and UX tonight at our NYC Meetup sponsored by
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AdMonsters Nov 28
Sometimes you have to take other ads off the page in a biddable environment to balance pageload, but it's about what works best for the business. - Jessica Kadden
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AdMonsters Nov 28
Ad density is not a set it and forget it measurement - you have to constantly evolve that. - Katie Pillich
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AdMonsters Nov 28
Everything is out there on the front page users are loyal because the format works for them, but it has poor performance. We are constantly balancing what editorial wants. Constantly balancing pageload and editorial. - Marc Burgess
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AdMonsters Nov 28
is a big part of day-to-day for . Focus on merging data to session level for testing. - Katie Pillich
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