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Don’t You Want to Know the Status of Your Health?

Anyone who has been to a tradeshow or read a few traffic broker websites is well aware of the big promises that many reps make about their ability to improve the ROI of your ad campaigns… but how many of them actually provide you with proof? With Campaign Bid Health stats, Adnium shows you if you’re…

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Hitting the SWEET SPOT With Granular Keyword Targetting

Media Buyers are well aware that ad campaigns build on their own success. Running a great campaign brings in impressive conversion ratios, but perhaps even more importantly, a great campaign also returns a tremendous amount of useful information from each audience. Putting that information into action as you fine tune your creatives and tailor upcoming…

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Wasting Money on Advertising that Is Never Seen? STOP!!!

They’ve Already Wasted More Than 6 Billion Dollars On Bad Ads…Here’s How To Avoid Making The Same Mistakes! Recent research is quickly piling up and pointing out the exact same mistakes being made by novices in what some are calling more than $6,000,000,000 (SIX BILLION) of invisible ads that have been bought online already. According to Incapsula 61.5%…

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Get INSIDER TIPS on Adnium This Week!

Our Director of Sales, Kelan Stone, and CTO Ian Lester are heading to Montreal this week to take meetings and discuss opportunities with Publishers and Advertisers at the Qwebec Expo. Now is your chance to “hear it from the horse’s mouth” as this marks the first conference Ian has been present for since the launch…

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Ad Viewability – CPMv: The New Standard for Accountable Advertising

Ad serving technology is continuously evolving. Recently, the concept of viewability has been a very hot topic amongst companies and individuals in digital advertising. It comes down to a simple question, what is the value of ads that never get viewed? The answer: there is none. Yet advertisers are being charged for them, and large…

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