Sponsor Breakout D: Pubmatic – The Newest Breed Of Brand & Creative Control Products for Publishers

August 17, 2010—3:00 pm

About the Sponsor

AdMonsters Pubmatic Sponsor Session

PubMatic’s ad monetization and management solution combines impression-level ad auction technology, the most comprehensive brand protection tools, and enterprise ad operations support to give the Web’s premium publishers the most control over their revenue and brand. www.pubmatic.com

About the Session

Ad Operations professionals have to deal with a lot of challenges. That they shouldn’t have to. Enforcing blocklists, making sure your proprietary data is not being “leaked” to third parties, ensuring fast loading speed, preventing malware, and being able to see what ads are running across all of your sites – in real time – no matter where the location, are all things that you should easily have access to. Learn how PubMatic has developed the most most cutting edge brand control tools on the market for publishers to make your life easier.

About the Speaker

Josh Wetzel of PubmaticJosh Wetzel
VP, Publisher Group

Josh is responsible for PubMatic’s Publisher Account Management teams. Josh’s career is rooted in eCommerce & online media, where he has developed and/or helped grow businesses by developing partnerships that drive customer acquisition and revenue for both early stage & mature companies. Josh recently (2004-2008) led business development for eBay’s Shopping.com division, most notably building a separate business unit, distributed commerce, into a commerce ad network that drove the majority of Shopping.com’s core revenue. Prior to that, Josh spent 4 years at CNET Networks leading up business development for various media properties within the company such as Games & Entertainment and Product Reviews & Shopping. He has also worked at Adobe, Polyvore and mySimon, among others, in various marketing & business development roles. Josh received a Bachelor’s Degree in History from Denison University, and feels fortunate that he never left the technology sector to attend Law School as he had previously planned to do.