Month: September 2016

  • Mobile predicted to generate highest media spend in 2016

    A new report by global media agency Carat predicts that by the end of 2016 mobile will generate the highest spend across all media, with a year-on-year to increase by 49%, beating earlier predictions of 38%. The data is taken from 59 markets in the Americas, Asia Pacific and EMEA. In Europe, the UK continues to be the number one ranked advertising market, with 5.4% growth in 2016 and a... Read More

  • 8 tips for effective video advertising

    Following the launch of ExoClick's new pre-roll in-stream video ad format, here are some key insights into how the format works, the great potential it has to drive conversions, its payment model and analytics, how to maximise impact with content and calls to action and finally a useful checklist to help get you started when using this highly effective digital ad format. 1. It's more engaging Video advertising your product... Read More

  • HOW PUBLISHERS CAN TRACK PAID FOR TRAFFIC WITH SUB IDS

    If you are a publisher you know that as a general rule in SEO it takes a new website 3 to 6 months before it really gains traction in organic searches. In a drive to grow website traffic, new and established publishers are using paid for traffic sources in order to supplement their organic traffic. In this way a publisher is also becoming an advertiser. So how does it work... Read More

  • 8 tips for scaling up your campaign

    As an advertiser it can take some time for you to get a successful campaign going because many ideas don't always work out. Once you have a great converting campaign it can also quickly die out, so that's why it is imperative that you get the maximum profit out of it by scaling up. Remember that it is much easier to scale a well performing campaign than devising a brand... Read More

  • Publishers could gain from EU net neutrality ruling regarding ad blocking

    Internet service providers and mobile operators that block ads could be breaking EU guidelines on net neutrality even if customers opt in. EU regulations only allow providers to block content for three reasons: to comply with a member state’s laws, to manage levels of traffic across a network, or for security. Updated guidelines issued by the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (Berec) this week state that advertising should... Read More