“As more advertisers develop DOOH campaigns, increasingly diverse inventory formats will be made available, as well as more advanced methods for capturing insights on purchase behaviour and cross-device usage. DOOH will be key for retailers aiming to drive in-store foot traffic and use data to inform their cross-channel campaigns,” says Viant CMO Jon Schulz in ExchangeWire.
“The challenge here for advertisers is that TV viewers might be physically present while commercials air, but not fully mentally present,” Viant found. To combat this, marketers are now working to develop strategies to engage these second-screeners through mobile apps and play-along content, such as “Deal or No Deal Live.”
Attracting top talent is one of the biggest hurdles brands face after making the decision to in-house their programmatic. Here’s how to get started.
Given the limited availability of quality inventory, as more advertisers want viewable impressions, competition increases and price move up. Increasing the scale of this pool is one of the biggest challenges facing advertisers today. So how do we solve for these issues? Viant’s CTO Fabrizio Blanco reveals.
As programmatic matures, the business model must change to keep up with the times. Advertisers will migrate from the pay-as-you-go percentage-of-spend tech tax to new models, such as long-term subscriptions, writes Viant’s CRO Jeff Collins.
An announcement this week by Adelphic highlights new forms of retargeting, attribution, real-world based audience targeting and multi-channel coordinated campaigns.
Most marketers understand first- and third-party data, but when it comes to second-party data, things aren’t as clear. Here’s why it’s important to understand the differences between all three.
Adelphic®, a Viant subscription-based self-service platform for cross-channel programmatic advertising, today announced the addition of DOOH inventory from Rubicon Project’s PMP, further establishing Adelphic® as the leading DSP with the most DOOH inventory integrations in the industry.
According to Viant research, Hispanic shoppers are active within their communities online and turn to social to research, review and advocate for brands. Nearly 50% of survey participants report they have participated in an online discussion involving a brand or have used a brand’s hashtag, compared to 17% of non-Hispanic shoppers.
Plenty of shoppers plan their holiday season around Black Friday, but where are they satisfying their appetites once the day has come and gone? Leveraging the Viant Advertising Cloud, we found out.