US programmatic display ad spending was up more than 10% in 2020 despite the pandemic-induced recession and will rebound this year as advertisers continue shifting budgets to flexible, measurable media.
Programmatic ad spending will account for 93.6% of total UK display ad spending this year, or £7.90 billion ($10.09 billion). Open exchanges, though, will account for a diminishing proportion of that total; spend declined 2.4% in 2020.
For decades, traditional TV advertisers have targeted ad messages at households. Jon Schulz, CMO at programmatic ad firm Viant Technology, joins eMarketer principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Nicole Perrin to discuss why even in the digital era it still makes sense to do so, and why advertiser spend will continue to shift into programmatic connected TV and linear TV.
Through the program, partners can reserve and sell their own inventory they distribute on their YouTube channels but are required to sell it on a guaranteed basis. Partners that sell their own inventory make the same revenue share (55%) on ad sales as they do if Google sells it.
Programmaticguaranteed includes upfront commitments to both CPM price and inventory amount secured via programmatic pipes between one buyer and one seller; also called programmatic reserved, forward market or just “upfronts.”. Real-time bidding (RTB) is an auction-based approach used to buy or sell impression-level inventory. Auctions can either be public or private.