Progression of Australian Digital Measurement

Progression of Australian Digital Measurement

So 2016 was an interesting year for digital measurement to say the least. There was some well-deserved questioning, some scrutiny that comes with an increased market share and a lot of people confusing metrics and their meaning. Australians spent 72 hours online on PCs, phones and tablets in November 2016. Regardless of whether you agree or disagree on recent criticism levelled at digital metrics, the answer is not to retreat to an earlier era but to find new solutions and add extra layers of assurance that are relevant to current consumer behaviour.

 

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REALITY CHECK: A PEEK AT THE VIRTUAL AUDIENCES OF TOMORROW

REALITY CHECK: A PEEK AT THE VIRTUAL AUDIENCES OF TOMORROW
It seems the next media frontier is close at hand, and the technology could literally leave consumers even more immersed—and invested—in the content that surrounds them. Virtual reality (VR)—a concept that has been talked about for decades but out of reach for most consumers—is fast becoming a reality itself. In...Nielsen VR
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Excellent Creative for Mobile: Case Studies

Excellent Creative for Mobile: Case Studies
IAB’s Creative Showcase attracts some of the best creative campaigns in digital advertising. As we lead up to our Latest and Greatest in Mobile Creativity event we are highlighting some of the best mobile campaign case studies of the past 18 months.   American Classics Krispy Kreme launch new American...Krispy 10.4
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Programmatic for the People: Saving lives with ad tech

Programmatic for the People: Saving lives with ad tech

Using programmatic to reach residents in high-risk bushfire areas

The Problem:
In October 2013, approximately 100 fires burnt across eastern New South Wales, including six major bushfires. These fires killed two people, burned 768,000 hectares of land, destroyed 279 homes and the damages eventually totalled well over $100 million. A problem existed with the standard messaging: It lacked impact, urgency and relevancy. Something needed to be done.

 

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Transcending competition to avoid chaos

Transcending competition to avoid chaos
More than 1800 adtech players have burst onto the digital advertising scene in recent years, each pushing their unique selling point and agenda. This is the nature of any emerging and open market, although the pace and intensity is unprecedented in our industry. It's brought with it an exciting new...
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Of penguins and killer whales

Of penguins and killer whales
There's a story I heard once from a mate who had watched a David Attenborough documentary about killer whales. I have no idea if it's true but it illustrates my point so I'm going to share it anyway. Killer whales like to eat penguins. Penguins aren't stupid and don't like...
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