Each month the IAB profiles a Council Member working hard to proactively define the future of digital advertising. This month we profile Irene McMonnies from IAB's Regulatory Affairs Council.
Consumer-centricity and one-to-one relationship building are now core concepts of modern marketing, so getting to know the consumer is vital for retail brands. But we all know this can be challenging in an offline environment.
Fortunately, the increased use of mobile devices in store – nine in ten people now use a smartphone while shopping – combined with vast volumes of data analytics, science and marketing knowhow, has provided a wealth of in-depth consumer knowledge.
Last month, the IAB Australia released its second annual State of the Industry - Marketing and Ad Technology report. I always find the second year of a report more interesting as there is a benchmark and inevitably the first thing we all talk about is how far we’ve come.
IAB sat down recently with InSkin Media's Australian General Manager Matthew Newcomb and CEO Hugo Drayton in their Sydney office to get their opinion on the value of creativity in advertising, InSkin's research on visual engagement and the effect programmatic is having on digital advertising as things become increasing automated. (4...
It was, for a long time, a widely accepted truth that whilst people might use phones to access the internet, they wouldn’t use them to buy things. Too small a screen; too hard to type; not secure enough; the list of reasons was as long as it was - so time has proved - wrong.
Digital video has seen explosive growth over the past five years, achieving in Australia a 55 percent YOY growth in Financial Year 2016 to make up $600 million of the nation’s total digital advertising expenditure. Globally, digital video is tipped to make up 80% of all internet traffic by 2018, facilitated by technological improvements,...