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      What is DOOH (Digital Out of Home)?

      Exploring the Power of DOOH (Digital Out of Home) Advertising Introduction: In today’s fast-paced digital era, traditional advertising methods are continuously evolving to capture consumers’ attention. One such evolution is the rise of Digital Out of Home (DOOH) advertising, which combines the effectiveness of out-of-home advertising with the dynamic capabilities of digital technology. This blog post will delve into the world of DOOH, its key features, benefits, and its impact on the advertising landscape. Understanding DOOH: Definition: DOOH refers to…

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      What is Native Advertising

      Introduction to Native Advertising Native advertising refers to a type of advertising that blends seamlessly with the content and format of the platform on which it appears. The goal is to make the ad feel like a natural part of the user experience rather than an intrusive interruption. Characteristics of Native AdvertisingNative advertising typically shares a few key characteristics: It matches the look and feel of the platform on which it appears It is often presented in a way that…

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    • Ad Formats

      Over-the-top (OTT) vs Connected TV (CTV)

      In recent years, there has been a significant shift in the way people consume video content. Traditional cable and satellite television have taken a backseat to newer technologies such as Over-the-top (OTT) and Connected TV (CTV). These two technologies are often compared to each other, but they serve different purposes and cater to different audiences. In this article, we will explore the differences between OTT and CTV. OTT refers to video content delivered over the internet directly to the consumer…

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    • Demand-side Platforms (DSPs)

      Unboxed: Demand Side Platform (DSP)

      If you are in the digital advertising industry, you would have come across the acronym DSP (demand side platform) and others like SSP, DMP, PMP, PA, PD, PG, and many more. Welcome to the world of Programmatic! It is confusing for anyone new. Afraid you should not be. In this article, we will be explaining what the heck a DSP is and why it matters to the digital advertising industry. Check out the Glossary below to learn more acronyms. Glossary:…

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      Unboxed: 1st Party Data

      With ever-changing restrictions around data usage in a cookieless, privacy-focused world, one pertinent topic always pops up: 1st-party data. The general consensus is that with industry changes around privacy management, brands should leverage on their own, trusted user base to build their data strategy. Collecting first-party data is nothing revolutionary. Here, we outline detailed steps that your brand can take to maximise its potential. 1) Data Collection 2) Segmentation 3) Activation Read on to learn how to employ first party…

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