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More With Less: NetSeer on Mobile In-Image Advertising

Look upon the pages of AdMonsters.com to see the woe mobile monetization has caused publishers. With 2016 likely marking the close of the mobile interstitial age, pubs are frantically searching for revenue opportunities. But prime ad inventory has been sitting, waiting to be discovered: images. “We’re quickly becoming a mobile-first…

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Bidding Without a Header: OpenX Explains Their Take on In-App Bidding

Header bidding is so immensely popular among publishers at this point, there's a call to adapt its core principles to as many environments as possible. Naturally, vendor companies have been hustling to bring products to market to sate publishers’ appetite for demand that header bidding has piqued. Some of these…

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How The New York Times Went Native, Ditched Mobile Banners and Embraced Platform Publishing

If you're a brand that wants to push out a native advertising campaign that consumers find genuine and meaningful -- as "native" as it gets, really, on a premium publisher property of inimitable quality -- one of the best things you could do is to have the publisher develop the…

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The Server-to-Server Way: Going Beyond Header Bidding With Sonobi’s Tony Katsur

Of course the mainstreaming of header bidding has rocked the broader digital landscape, for reasons that ought to be familiar to most AdMonsters readers. But for all its merits, there’s been this widespread suspicion that maybe the header isn’t the end game here: What if the header is just a…

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Demystifying Mobile Video: Creative, Reporting, Standards and More

More than ever, publishers are feeling pressure to really understand and deliver on their video inventory in mobile. It’s widely held, and upheld by one study after another, that mobile video consumption has risen dramatically in recent years: eMarketer says that through 2015, 105 million U.S. users watched video on…

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Best of AdMonsters 2015

Looking back on what happened in digital media in 2015, it’s hard to summarize it, exactly. I keep thinking of something AdMonsters’ Publisher Rob Beeler said during our Publisher Forum in La Jolla last month: One of Rob’s old lines about the state of ad ops is, “Everything is status…

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