While traditional channels of advertising still hold an important place in the marketing mix, marketers are learning that the benefits of using programmatic advertising go beyond automation, including: real-time insights, improved transparency, complex audience targeting, virtually unlimited reach and cost management.
As today’s consumers spend more time on digital platforms than watching traditional cable or satellite television, companies have been slowly shifting their ad budgets from TV to digital for years. Now, with the coronavirus pandemic, advertisers are spending even more on digital advertising relative to TV commercials.
Ad operations (or “ad ops”) teams optimize and manage online advertisements with special software and workflows. Nearly every company that uses online ads should have a specialized department or team—whether in-house or outsourced—that performs ad ops duties. In this article, we’ll look at what ad ops teams do
Programmatic advertising keeps growing rapidly; according to Zenith’s Programmatic Marketing Forecasts report, it’s estimated that the global programmatic ad market will hit $98 billion dollars by the end of 2020. Advertisers prefer programmatic ads more than the ancient television ads and radio ads