The IAB created the ads.txt standard to improve quality and stop domain spoofing, and ads.cert is the follow-up. Learn about both, and what’s next.
What is ads.txt? What are the advantages for publishers? What happens if publishers don’t implement it? Smart AdServer Chief Quality Officer Gorka Zarauz has all the answers and more in this blog post.
Are you looking for demand-focused sessions at this year’s NYC Programmatic I/O? Our Demand Partners Manager Virgile Rault has compiled our “not to miss” list just for you.
Cooper Harris, CEO of Klickly, discusses her nontraditional entry into digital advertising, her Tech.co CTA award, and how Smart AdServer helps Klickly offer its customers a great mobile advertising solution.
Current server-to-server integrations are a fine example of Smart AdServer’s commitment to openness. They are a solid response to header bidding.
Full stack ad platforms have emerged as a solution to the challenges publishers face in an increasingly fragmented ad tech market. But what’s a full stack, really? And are all full stacks the same?
The industry is fraught with digital advertising definitions, especially ones about programmatic. Our simple glossary defines the most important terms related to automated online advertising, from Header Bidding to Automated Guaranteed.
US Country Manager Romain Job and Genesis Media’s Melissa Bonnick sat down at OPS 2106 for a Q&A, “How Publishers Can Increase Their Programmatic Video Revenue”.
Facebook, LiveRail’s parent company, has decided to cut its ad serving solution. If you’re one of their clients, don’t worry! Smart AdServer can help you monetize your video inventory.
Smart AdServer’s US Country Manager Romain Job explains in which cases header bidding is a good alternative to waterfalling, and when you just shouldn’t believe the hype.