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Opinion

| Wednesday, Jun 15 2016

Taking Control of Digital Advertising Performance: Solving the issues of viewability, traffic fraud & ad blockers

The digital advertising landscape can be complex at the best of times. Over the last couple of years things have become more complicated with the exponential growth in mobile usage, heightened risk from ‘bot’ traffic, the introduction of ad blockers, growth of programmatic buying and increasing focus on the viewability of advertising. This whitepaper sets […]

| Friday, Oct 16 2015

UK publishing’s £1billion problem: non-viewable ads

Just over half (52 percent) of display ads served in the U.K. throughout the third quarter of 2015 were viewable, a sluggish 3 percent increase from the previous quarter. The figures come from ad verification firm Meetrics, which tracked billions of impressions across Europe, and pinpointed the U.K. as the weakest on viewability rates compared […]

| Thursday, Sep 10 2015

B2B social media and social marketing: really an effective business tool?

Many b2b marketers still perceive social media and social marketing as purely the domain of consumer marketing programmes and dismiss them as (probably) an ineffective business communications channel. And this is interesting, because in the b2b space, prospects and customers may be up to 57% of the way through their purchase decision process [1] before […]