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Tag: programmatic ads

Subscription Publishing Takes New Routes As Industry Shifts Happen

Subscription publishing has gained popularity with media companies and brands alike because of its reputation as a renewable revenue stream. Today we’re visiting news stories of subscription publishers making new initiatives to enhance their subscription channels.

Digital Magazine Opportunities Expand for Lifestyle Brands

The digital magazine landscape continues to grow as more brands turn focus toward digital magazines. Today we’re looking at Apple, which is taking efforts to engage with digital magazine content more, and Robb Report, which has launched a new digital magazine.

Programmatic Native Advertising: Will Digital Magazines Buy In?

As programmatic native advertising makes its rise, publishers are cautious; plus, is time spent with media next big thing in digital advertising?
Programmatic native advertising … it’s quite a mouthful, right? Well, as it stands, digital publishers are worried they might be biting off a little more than they can chew when it comes to this

Programmatic Publishers: Data, Header Bidding, and More

The latest updates about still evolving relationship between programmatic, publishers
On the eve of its programmatic publishers conference earlier this month, minOnline.com featured several articles on programmatic advertising, including a few from the point of view of agencies, marketers, and ad buyers.

As this form of revenue generation is still a work in progress for digital magazines,

Programmatic Sales to Surpass Other Advertising at Bonnier in 5 Years

It’s no surprise that programmatic sales are on the rise – built on the same principles that make organic SEO such a successful part of digital magazine publishing, programmatic advertising is the natural next step in the evolution of internet revenue models.

But when you hear a company like Bonnier say that programmatic sales will shoot past all other digital advertising revenue sooner rather than later, it definitely gets your attention!

We now direct your attention to PubExec.com, which has that news and more.

Advertising for Publishers: Programmatic, Ad Blocking, and More

Advertising for publishers is also well known as an adventure for publishers, or better yet, a “choose your own adventure” for publishers, rife with peril but also the possibility for cashing in. There are obstacles around every corner in the way of ad blocking and viewability, and new technologies that can act as implements in your quest.

Programmatic ads make for one of those tools, and it’s becoming more and more popular even as some question its efficacy. MediaPost has some coverage on this topic and more among recent posts!

How Modern Publishers Are Making Money — and How They’ll Make More in 2016

We’ve rolled out our year-end retrospectives and looks ahead, which we believe provide a blueprint for modern publishers looking to improve on audience development and conversion via sound but also experimental multiplatform strategy.

But we also like taking a look around to see what other industry observers are saying about the state of digital magazines, especially industry observers with a strong track record.

Publishing Executive is the leader of the pack in that department. Let’s see what they gathered up from their 2015 articles as well as what they’re predicting for 2016.

Coming Soon to Digital Advertising Metrics: RFT

The benefits of online advertising are undeniable, but for better or worse, realizing them can be an exercise in patience and persistence because of the wide-open state of affairs in the industry. The money is there, but so are the targeting challenges shaky digital advertising metrics.

What’s more, when publishers do establish good relations with marketers, or when programmatic ads are maximized, ad blockers live up to their name and cost both parties.

But the future is bright for digital advertising revenue opportunities and efficacy, especially with companies like Telmar trying to perfect measurement.

Advertisement Regulations Come Into Play on Key Issues for Publishers

Advertisement regulations are ramping up with the proliferation of digital advertising revenue opportunities like native content, programmatic ads, and mobile viewability. In addition, ad blocking programs and data privacy also have legal ramifications. And it’s all happening at once as technologies accelerate and publishers looking to make money attempt to match up with marketers looking to spend it.

Let’s start the week with a few articles from AdExchanger.com that cover this topic, from cross-device tracking to the Acceptable Ads Initiative to a developing situation for ad networks used to operating as middlemen.

Social Media Standards Released by MRC

With so many digital magazines and brands deploying multiplatform content on the likes of Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, devising social media standards for measuring data for advertising purposes was only a matter of time. Now, the Media Rating Council has done just that. Keep in mind, of course, that no matter how these guidelines shake out, you must maintain a regimen of your own when it comes maximizing the potential of social platforms. Minding your own store with best practices on social media will make it a lot easier to generate digital ad revenue down the line.

MediaPost reports on this development and several other interesting ones in recent articles.

Publisher Revenue: Video, Programmatic, Targeting

If there’s one thing all digital magazine executives can agree on, it’s that there are never enough publisher revenue opportunities.

Settling on just one is out of the question, and even once you’ve established several, they’re continually changing. Digital advertising, for instance, is currently facing ad blocking and ad viewability issues. And audience development isn’t just about successful content anymore; it’s about successful cross-device targeting. And video? Wow – just try to keep up with the advances, both in terms of technology and monetization.

These are just a few examples – today’s publishers have to stay on their toes. Luckily, we have industry monitors like Publishing Executive to help us out. Let’s take a look at what they’ve been covering in recent weeks.

Mobile Spending to Make for Half of Digital Ad Sales in 2015

It was only a matter of time until mobile spending overtook desktop, but that moment is rapidly upon us; plus, personalization, video, and more
Mobile spending is a rolling freight train spilling over with cash at this point, and it’s arriving at the station a little sooner than expected. This year, mobile ad sales will pass

Mobile Programmatic for Publishers: The Latest Updates

Mobile programmatic is the next frontier for publishers looking to generate digital ad revenue, and some believe it could finally give digital magazines the opening they need to establish a foothold in this most elusive terrain. MediaPost is on top of this angle and others in some of their recent exemplary industry coverage. Let’s take a look at what they have for us this week.

Programmatic Ad Sales for Publishers: The Road Ahead

Are the robots finally taking over? Does the emergence of programmatic ad sales as a preferred revenue model signal a sea change for publishers? And, if so, are you ready? Recently, we found five articles across MediaPost’s Real-Time Daily, Media Daily News, and RTB Insider titles that focus on the automated ad market – and the current implications for publishers.

Digital Magazine Business News: A Noteworthy Redesign + Ad Considerations

In the digital magazine business, today’s trendiest practices could be taboo tomorrow, and vice-versa. That’s why it’s so important to build a durable core product that’s solid enough to withstand industry trade winds yet dynamic enough to adapt to them, too.

It’s also good to know what’s happening across the field. In addition to our consulting services and free advice, we also filter out the most relevant digital magazine business news from around the web. Today’s trending stories come from Digiday.

Online Publishing Companies: Email + Tech Trends

Creating strong content is fundamental to success for online publishing companies, but the work doesn’t stop there. Mequoda Members know that email prowess and tech savvy can go a long way in ensuring a audience growth and smooth conversions.

Programmatic Ads the Focus of New Publishing Alliance

Programmatic ads, which give brands the option for automated buys in place of more traditional human interaction and negotiation, occupy a growing segment when it comes to publishing revenue. But as popular as they are, some publishers are seeking to better capitalize on them in an effort to protect their share of the market.

Digital Marketers Moving Towards Programmatic

Are you surprised at how quickly the adoption of programmatic advertising is moving? eMarketer is reporting on a survey conducted by Chango. According to the article, out of marketers in North America and the UK, 75% are already using programmatic ads. 18% of that includes marketers who have been using programmatic advertising for more than two years.

Programmatic Ads Hitting Their Stride

KBS+ venture capitalist Taylor Davidson discussed the programmatic advertising model with Digiday recently, offering five indicators that publishers and buyers are finally tapping its power.

NewFronts Brings Publishers, Ad Buyers Together

Next week will witness 21 companies try to woo media buyers at NewFronts with a showcase of content, format, and programming.