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DMEXCO is Here! Take C.A.R.E., and Look Out for these 5 Key Trends

It is our favorite time of year again: DMEXCO! Held annually in Cologne, this year’s conference motto is, “Take C.A.R.E. – Motto and Motivation for the Industry.” According to Christoph Salzig, C.A.R.E. stands for “Curiosity, Action, Responsibility, and Experience. This year’s motto signifies the digital economy’s awareness of users’ needs. That said, we are happy to be one of the many exhibitors participating and invite you to join us! But, before that, be sure to read on about these trends that are likely to appear at the conference, and be DMEXCO-ready!

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Case Study: Small Changes for a Greater, Monetized Outcome

Visuals make all the difference. For publisher sites, recommended ad slots placed in a certain order affects online visitors, which can yield greater, monetized outcomes. An online platform’s visual structure influences a “good” or “bad” user experience, yielding KPI success for online marketers.

Last time, we shared our case study on General Anzeiger’s widget performance increase. Today, we would like to build onto our optimization journey and share with you another publisher success. Check out our case study below.

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Personalizing and Creatively Optimizing Your Campaigns with DCO

Advertisements have a quick 50/50 chance to “pitch” itself to online users once exposed. Upon first glance, an ad’s illustration and what it promotes yields the make-it-or-break-it factor for users. Ads connecting to the user is left to either be closed and skipped, or clicked on with interest.

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Branded Content vs. Advertorials – Knowing the Differences and How to Use Them

When it comes to communicating your product or service, something to consider is how to best distribute your message. Would you prefer to hire a trustworthy and reliable third party, or take the leap and directly distribute your message? Nonetheless, there is no right or wrong answer, but rather your own preference as an advertiser or publisher. Today, we would like to share our creative recommendations for inspiration on how to best communicate to your audience. Let us have a look at branded content vs. advertorials.

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Case Study: Bridging for Success with Subway’s “Fit Five” Campaign

We recently teamed up with Locarta to measure the number of store visits generated by Subway’s “Fit Five” campaign, which was running with plista.  Held from May to August 2017, the campaign was part of a larger campaign planned and created by Essence, a Düsseldorf-based media agency. Thus, plista took part in the native ad section. Locarta, a location analytics startup, is the “Google Analytics” for the physical world. With its GPS and Wifi-fingerprint-tracking services, we found that our native campaigns showcasing Subway’s “Fit Five” impacted quite a number of users in Germany. Here, sporty and healthy women between the ages of 20-39 years old were targeted.

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Case Study: Increased Mobile Performance KPIs through Block Widget

Recommended content is easy to go left unnoticed when it comes to user interaction and its accompanying adverts on publisher sites. However, appealing visuals, such as block widget, paired with article titles and adverts offer good online user experiences. Thus, this attracts more attention. Users are more likely to notice other recommendations that publishers and advertisers alike offer.

Publishers should consider different widgets to potentially achieve higher performance KPIs such as viewability and monetization. We previously discussed the differences of native and performance-based goals when it came to revenue, since online advertisers’ goals are what affect the results of the widgets used on the publisher site.

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5 Key Takeaways from the 2018 Online Marketing Rockstars Festival

Last week, we made it to the annual Online Marketing Rockstars Festival in Hamburg Messe, where we learned about the latest trends in digital marketing. Among the many interesting talks, master classes, expos, and more, we had a great time! Let’s have a look at some key takeaways in our recap.

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The Three Sides of Transparency in Digital Advertising

With the anticipation of GDPR, the topic of transparency in the industry is getting hotter by the second. Come May, digital advertisers will face the new data privacy regulation as GDPR will take effect in the EU. This is where transparency comes into play. Today, we will have a refresher on this open form of communication and its significance. We will look at the three sides of transparency from the following perspectives: the publisher, the advertiser, and the user.

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Video Ad Campaigns: What Advertisers Should Consider

Visuals are all the rage today: it is immediate, direct, and convenient for the one viewing it. Today’s easily accessible way to consume digitally is something that advertisers need to consider. This is due to the high likelihood of online users staying onto the campaign once hooked with an appealing setup. Today, we will talk about the importance of video ad formats and how to better optimize your video ad campaigns.

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Get Connected to plista APIs – 4 Learnings for Fast Setup

Today we want to give you an insight on how to get connected to plista by using the plista APIs.  In the following we wrote a short and easy setup guide.

In order to connect your system to plista, feel free to use our public APIs.

For these REST based APIs, you need to have an user account set up. No SDK are needed, just create simple calls with e.g. cURL.

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