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Digital Marketers Need to Know About Display Advertising
The face of marketing is undergoing rapid technological change. Newer marketing methods such as display advertising have also undergone dramatic changes since their appearance. What is display advertising? Why do digital publishers need to know? This and other issues were the focal point of our latest webinar, The Fundamentals of Display Advertising, presented by our Shai Luft specialist visitor by Benchmarketing, the world' s foremost digital brand.
Display advertising - what is it? Advertising display is an on-line advertising media that depends on image, sound and visual communication in order to convey its messages. One of the most frequent examples of this is the advertising banners you see on web sites. However, it also contains other kinds of ads, such as the videos you see on YouTube.
The display advertising industry is developing further, away from traditional advertising towards programming advertising, and marketers should be able to see how this new paradigm can help their advertising. Some years ago, display advertising was very web-based. It has now evolved into a more user-friendly solution. According to the website paradigm, on-line advertising companies would place their advertisements on individual web sites.
Publish on pages they thought would best appeal to their audience. It was referred to as direct mail. According to the user-based paradigm, marketers use specific advertising distribution tools. Those sofware plattforms are linked to an entire web site ecosystem where marketers choose their preferred destination markets on the basis of demographic trends.
Advertisements are then placed by the application on the websites most frequently visited by the targeted group. These new forms of on-line advertising are known as programmed advertising. In contrast to point-to-point advertising, programmed advertising does not ensure the positioning of your ads. Your advertising does not always costs the same amount.
By placing an ad, the advertiser makes a offer and indicates how much he is willing to spend. On the basis of this and the offers of competitors, the advertising company determines when, how often and whose advertising should be shown. What do companies do to create advertising programs? There is a good scholarship for program advertising.
Put in simple terms, agents use a programme named Side Platform Dragon (DSP) to offer advertising spaces. In the course of our work, our advertising agents check the quality of their ads. They then optimize the displays step-by-step according to the information they have collected. For more information about The Fundamentals of Display Advertising, view the live recording of the onlineinar: here: