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WATCH: A Marketer's Guide to Programmatic - AdNews
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A Marketers Guide to Programmatic, presented by PubMatic, is available to watch on-demand now. Join AdNews and speakers Natasha de Mallet Hawes, PubMatic director of ad solutions APAC, Patrick Darcy, Dentsu Aegis Network ANZ chief data and technology officer, and Cara Walsh, Cobble Hill Consulting director and consultant, in a special 45-minute webinar to brush up on your programmatic knowledge. Programmatic has breathed new life into online advertising, bringing with it the ability to combine multiple layers of data and optimize on these in real-time, de Mallet Hawes says in the webinar. It all really boils down to automation and efficiency. Programmatic advertising is the automated buying and selling of online advertising. In this webinar, learn about the programmatic supply chain, what questions you should ask your agencies and vendors, the benefits of using it as a buying method and how the loss of third-party cookies will impact you. To access the full webinar make sure you're registered and WATCH HERE. Adtech acronyms got you confused? We have compiled a few for you here. To learn more about all the terms and what they mean, webinar attendees have access to PubMatics Ad Tech Glossary and the Display LUMAscape via the blue icon at the top of the screen in the video player. A Marketers Guide to Programmatic was presented by PubMatic and powered by Redback Connect. Have something to say on this? Share your views in the comments section below. Or if you have a news story or tip-off, drop us a line at [email protected] Sign up to the AdNews newsletter, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for breaking stories and campaigns throughout the day.
QMS: Outdoor media audiences are rising again even before restrictions are lifted - AdNews
The audience measurement platform DYNAMiQ shows a jump over the last week.
Australians are on the move again, hitting the road and expanding their world after being restricted by the coronavirus since March, according to data analysed by outdoor media specialist QMS. The latest data from DYNAMiQ, the measurement platform launched by QMS in January, shows a 26% increase to May 3 in reach (a weekly measure of those who have seen at least one QMS digital large format sites nationally) when compared to the bottom of audience levels recorded on April 6. Christian Zavecz, QMS general manager strategy, says the arrival of COVID-19 restrictions didnt mean that out-of-home (OOH) experienced a complete cut in traffic. But it did have a major effect on outdoor audiences. On April 6, weekly total average reach had dropped by more than half (54%). But that was three weeks ago, and the positivity in data since then has pointed to OOH audiences being on the way back - even before restrictions have been officially relaxed, says Zavecz. Not all areas have been affected equally. The CBD has been the worst hit with an average drop in total contacts of 71%, year on year for the month of April. Some states such as WA (-39%) and Queensland (-45%) have not been hit as hard as Victoria (-58%). So, understanding how each states enforcement of restrictions and its effect on OOH audiences allows us to accurately forecast how they will bounce back through the recovery, he says. "We also anticipate that as we emerge from our isolation and feel able to be out and about again enjoying our mobile lives, this will be matched by renewed attention to OOH messages. "One of those things that we did not know we missed until we could no longer access it as we were used to. "So, the new creative advertisers are currently thinking about is going to be exposed to a very receptive audience. Bring it on." Have something to say on this? Share your views in the comments section below. Or if you have a news story or tip-off, drop us a line at [email protected] Sign up to the AdNews newsletter, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for breaking stories and campaigns throughout the day.