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Chartbeat sets out to improve native advertising with new metrics suite

Chartbeat sets out to improve native advertising with new metrics suite

New York ad tech start­up Chart­beat is unveil­ing a new prod­uct to add to its real-time ana­lyt­ics arse­nal, a devel­op­ment which should per­suade even the most skep­ti­cal prod­uct man­ag­er that it’s seri­ous about its aim to improve the met­rics for gaug­ing how well native adver­tis­ing is doing. Chart­beat CEO Tony Haile believes that a major rea­son why native adver­tis­ing has so far failed to live up to its billing as “this great new hope for pub­lish­ing” can be stat­ed in six words: “So much of native is bad.” Beyond impres­sions This is where it gets inter­est­ing for tech prod­uct man­agers: Haile believes that much of that bad­ness is down to poor mea­sure­ment. Typ­i­cal­ly, adver­tis­ers will only see how many impres­sions their spon­sored con­tent has received on a publisher’s web­site, and maybe how many times a post has been shared on social media. But count­ing eye­balls tells adver­tis­ers noth­ing about how good the con­tent was. So the new Paid Con­tent ser­vice sets out to change all that, and prod­uct man­agers pre­sid­ing over it will be nego­ti­at­ing with both adver­tis­ers and pub­lish­ers, because both are like­ly to want to use it. With easy-on-the-eye graph­ics, it shows not only the stan­dard eye­ball count but how many vis­i­tors…

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The rise and rise of New York’s digital ad placement newbie, Clickit Digital

The rise and rise of New York’s digital ad placement newbie, Clickit Digital

No mat­ter how cre­ative an art direc­tor you may be, or how tal­ent­ed an account man­ag­er, if your dig­i­tal ad place­ments aren’t right, your flare and skill will remain under a bushel. But New York’s fledg­ling adver­tis­ing start­up Click­it Dig­i­tal is poised to bring an end to that prob­lem. True cross chan­nel place­ment and progress mon­i­tor­ing Launched in Sep­tem­ber 2012 out of New York’s “Start­up Alley”, the Albany-based new­bie has built an online plat­form that fine­ly tar­gets ad deliv­ery across Mobile, Video, Dis­play, Social Media and Search chan­nels, allow­ing clients to man­age the whole caboo­dle from a sin­gle place (and they can access live sup­port from Clickit’s team of experts, too). Even novice man­agers will be aware that fath­om­ing out the opti­mal ad place­ment strat­e­gy is a com­pli­cat­ed and labo­ri­ous busi­ness. A new dash­board is soon to be unveiled, which will let the company’s 30-odd clients track web traf­fic using click-through and impres­sion data from sources like Face­book, LinkedIn and Google. The start-up’s co-founder and Pres­i­dent of its dig­i­tal media strat­e­gy team, Lisa Aiel­lo, explained, “With the dash­board, we can show clients which ads are most suc­cess­ful and why.” He fel­low co-founder (now CEO) Chrissie Van Wormer added: “We want­ed to spe­cial­ize in…

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New York’s digital advertising startup Adcade launches its new cross-device platform: Adscript

There are prob­a­bly more than a few busi­ness devel­op­ment man­agers out there in dig­i­tal Adland who are becom­ing a lit­tle twitchy about what the Apple-dri­ven death of Flash will mean for online adver­tis­ing sales (and cam­paigns more gen­er­al­ly). But New York ad tech start­up Adcade has a clear propo­si­tion for those who are begin­ning to feel ner­vous: let Flash go and get over it. Roll over, Flash As sea­soned busi­ness devel­op­ment man­agers will be all too aware, adver­tis­ers who’d got­ten used to Flash were forced to work around its fail­ure to oper­ate on mobile devices; five years ago, you may recall, the first iPhone was launched with its promi­nent absence of sup­port for Adobe Flash. What looked like an omis­sion then was to turn into a death-blow: Flash’s mobile dreams were, frankly, pole-axed at birth, lead­ing the Inter­net Adver­tis­ing Bureau to issue an open let­ter urg­ing adver­tis­ers to shift from Flash to HTML5. Adcade’s CTO Buzz Wig­gins (an ex-Googler) not­ed the effects on dig­i­tal adver­tis­ing, “The first ini­tial reac­tion,” he said, “was to frag­ment and use some tech­nol­o­gy for desk­tops and use dif­fer­ent plat­forms for mobile devices.” But there’s an alter­na­tive to using a slew of dif­fer­ent plat­forms: stick to…

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Introducing XappMedia, the ad startup breathing life into interactive audio advertising

Wash­ing­­ton-based adver­tis­ing start­up Xapp­Me­dia, a pio­neer in the emerg­ing field of inter­ac­tive audio adver­tis­ing, is about to make lis­ten­ing to the radio a lot more inter­est­ing. Well, at least for peo­ple with media jobs in online adver­tis­ing agen­cies, any­way. Hav­ing recent­ly launched its lat­est audio adver­tis­ing plat­form Xapp Ads, which it describes as “hands free, eyes free, voice acti­vat­ed ads that pro­vide a new solu­tion for mon­e­tiz­ing the grow­ing Inter­net radio and mobile audio audi­ences”, it’s also just announced a that it’s raised a tidy $3 mil­lion in seed fund­ing. The pow­er of voice Xapp­Me­dia ads are designed to be audi­al­ly, as opposed to visu­al­ly, engag­ing – some­thing that many art direc­tors and account man­agers may have for­got­ten about with the rise of the Visu­al Web. They begin rather con­ven­tion­al­ly, these ads. But don’t switch your atten­tion off: the intro­duc­to­ry pro­mo­tion­al spiel will be deft­ly fol­lowed by a call to action, not by swip­ing or click­ing, but by speak­ing. Lis­ten­ers sim­ply say a des­ig­nat­ed phrase out loud, where­upon they get a pro­mo­tion­al offer or pur­chase a prod­uct. Nation­al Pub­lic Radio was XappMedia’s first paid client after its offi­cial launch in March this year. And Nation­al Pub­lic Radio, shrewd account man­agers…

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Content marketers have a new tool as Visible Measures launches its demand side platform Fabric

Vis­i­ble Mea­sures, the Boston-based adver­tis­ing com­pa­ny pro­vid­ing third-par­­ty online media mea­sure­ment solu­tions for adver­tis­ers, agen­cies and pub­lish­ers, has just launched a new demand-side ad buy­ing plat­form that goes by the name of “Fab­ric.” Busi­ness devel­op­ment man­agers with an appre­ci­a­tion of the val­ue of good qual­i­ty adver­tis­ing tech­nol­o­gy may find this a pret­ty hot means of enhanc­ing online adver­tis­ing sales, so here’s a lit­tle more. Pro­mot­ing con­tent mar­ket­ing with live data The orig­i­nal plat­form used by the com­pa­ny, which launched in 2005, let adver­tis­ers and agen­cies mea­sure the effec­tive­ness of their dig­i­tal ad cam­paigns by pro­vid­ing detailed data not only on how online view­ers were inter­act­ing with video con­tent, but how that con­tent was spread­ing across the Net. But now, our intre­pid busi­ness devel­op­ment man­ag­er may like to know, Fab­ric will let adver­tis­ers and agen­cies man­age their data and buy on those light­ning fast ad exchanges. Vis­i­ble Mea­sures CEO and founder, Bri­an Shin, explains that the new prod­uct builds on an ear­li­er one, Con­ta­gion (a plan­ning tool for earned media), by inte­grat­ing sev­er­al of the company’s capa­bil­i­ties in one place, includ­ing its ad inven­to­ry, cam­paign data and cam­paign pro­jec­tions. In down-to-earth busi­ness devel­op­ment man­ag­er lan­guage, Fab­ric pro­vides a reper­toire of tools…

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