China's largest Internet company wants to provide advertisers with a one-stop service to efficiently buy audiences through its own DSP and ad exchange.
This could create a world where not only is publisher information transparent to buyers, but buyers are reliably transparent to publishers.
Ad inventory is exploding, with more and more content providers eager for a cut of the growing online video advertising market getting into the space.
Advertising will always need a human touch. Marketing is an art and a science and technology cannot fill both of those roles.
Marketers have until June to get over cookies, a digital advertising executive said earlier this week.
Facebook is doubling down on its real-time bidding exchange and bringing third-party ads into users' news feeds for the first time.
With one billion impressions served, Facebook Exchange is performing well for advertisers, according to Adobe.
Social media and ad exchanges deliver clicks and conversions at the lowest cost of all channels, but networks and exchanges don't deliver high-quality, long-term customers, according to a new report from Aggregate Knowledge.
If we can apply some of the amazing technology we have built to making buying and selling great inventory easier, more efficient, and better performing, it will be an amazing year.
Conversations with industry folks who work outside of ad exchanges.