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|A goat shagger if ever I saw one?|
|football 5 May'16 - 13:31 - 106465 of 106465 0 0 (Filtered)|
|JonC you're so vain posting pictures of yourself and leaving clues to your identity|
|A fine gentleman.
Brig Gen George Rwigamba.
Odd to think that he is BLNX shareholder and posts on this BB.|
|How is being 13th yesterday nowhere near 10th place maybe if we was 90th or 189th out of all of the ad tech websites that may be a bit of leeway in that statement but just 3 places is a gross exaggeration and he still can't find the quote that 1R will be in the top 10 now just suggesting they suggested, anyone that as the database of past posts which he pulls up on a daily basis going back years will be able to find where 1R said they would be in the top 10 and when we was in the top 10 a few weeks back the global views were only about 1.1b now they are at 5.9b global views
sikhthetech 5 May'16 - 12:45 - 3193 of 3193 0 0
They still no where near 10th in Quantcast rankings... at the moment..
|1gw, fair enough....That one word 'suggesting' makes the difference... Anyway, it's done with...They still no where near 10th in Quantcast rankings... at the moment..|
|Footy, you seem tense?|
|YuMe on the presidential campaign effect:
"I think we are - it’s a Presidential Election here as it was in 2012. I think I said before in 2012, we got about $6 million mostly in the back half of the year Q3 and Q4, so you get some senatorial local raises in Q1 and Q2, but it’s generally fairly small. And that’s the pattern that we seem to be following this year. The wildcard this year tends to be the fact that because of the presidential candidate flowing the way it is on the republican side, there’s been very, very little paid media; it’s been a lot of earned media. One of the candidates is not spending on advertising.
So we think during - as the Presidential Election goes along and nominations are confirmed, the national committee will start spending, so spend should reasonable or close to normal but at the moment, it’s a little bit unknown."
From SeekingAlpha transcript of last night's earnings call.
|OK, fair enough. But that was my interpretation, not a statement from the company. I was arguing that if they were putting the number out so publicly (effectively marketing) then it suggested that they were confident that they would get back there.|
|1gw, I remember reading it somewhere...
you said 'they' are confident of regaining the top 10 spot..it could have been just your opinion but it came across as info you had from them or another source...
1gw 3 May'16 - 13:05 - 3165 of 3189 1 0 Moderate | Ban
Where did R1 say they were expecting to be in the top 10?
1gw - 04 Mar 2016 - 19:02:42 - 2790 of 3190
Quantcast rank as marketing.
IAB Programmatic Marketplace event is on in New York on Monday, with RhythmOne as a supporting sponsor and 7 RhythmOne particpants (including Dan Slivjanowski, Dwight Ringdahl, Sudhi Herle and Ken Napolitano).
If you go to the "sponsors" tab and click on RhythmOne you can read the para pasted below, which highlights R1's "top 10" ranking in Quantcast as evidence of having one of the largest supply footprints in the industry. On the public stats of course it has now dropped just out of the top 10, but I see this as evidence that R1 do believe Quantcast now serves as a shopwindow and they are confident that R1 will regain its top 10 position in due course. Together with Dan's recent reported comments on figuring in future pixalate rankings, this seems to me evidence of a creditable initiative to build the public profile of R1.
"RhythmOne connects audiences and brands across devices at scale. We maximize ROI by providing an efficient marketplace for digital advertising. With one of the largest supply footprints in the industry (top 10 according to Quantcast), our cross-screen programmatic platform, RhythmMax, provides a quality environment for advertisers to reach audiences at scale, across video, rich media, display, social and native ad formats. Furthermore, we take a very strong stance against fraud. RhythmGuard, our proprietary pre- and post-bid filtering technology, eliminates suspicious traffic before it reaches the marketplace â€“ delivering the highest quality inventory to advertisers. Find out more at www.rhythmmax.io."
|Criteo CEO On Facebook Ads, Header Bidding And Why It's Immune To Certain Ad Tech Pressures
Criteo, notably, has huge header-bidding chops because of its many hooks into publishers – 16,000 direct relationships being the latest count.
“Those relationships give us preferential access to inventory and a first-look bid on inventory before it goes into exchanges or inventory that doesn’t enter the exchanges"
|Ad tech is having a premature midlife crisis
"Such fragmentation gives rise to ad fraud and ad blocking. Advertisers are still spending millions on fraudulent impressions. Programmatic display ads attracted 14 percent more bot traffic than average while programmatic video had 73 percent more bots, according to Outdoor Advertising Association of America’s fourth-quarter 2015 report. And the same report shows that 40 percent of the world’s Internet users have installed some form of ad blocker, up from just 28 percent in mid-2015, fueled by concerns about being tracked and a Web-surfing experience bogged down by slow-loading ads."
|Barky bought them all.|
|Euroclear Shares on Loan data.
Another reduction in SOL in April. Shorts nearly gone it would appear.
Jul'15 22.9m shares on loan (average)
|You didn't answer the question football
|A wog is a wog is a wog. You never know what it might do next.|
|are you buffoons feeling bullish?
I bet you are!|
|looks like Criteo are eating our lunch!
well they have been winning the ad tech wars for some time now|
and Rubicon set up an Washington office just for the Presidential Election...
|Rubicon Project on political spend.
STT - I'm not arguing about whether the $20m came because of the events, I'm arguing over whether it came mainly through more visitors to the sites or more ad spend on the sites. But I suggest we agree to disagree for now.
On political ad spend, here's what Rubicon Project said on their call last night:
"...I don't know that we are really in a great position with regard to political spend. And we believe that a lot of that will go to social publishers, specifically, Twitter, Facebook and the like. So, we don't really expect a lot with regard to political campaign spending there to go through us. "
Full transcript is available from Seeking Alpha, although note that they miss out the rather crucial "I don't know" at the start of that extract.
Let alone the other ids like pokerpearson, langster, gadgie etc..
Rinse and spin..|
|and another thing . . . when Reginelli was appointed to replace Spira, he was not appointed to the Board, even though he had previous Board level experience before joining Blinkx
and he seems to be a mature and level headed individual, an opinion worth listening to you would think
so it begs the question, did he decline a board position because he could see what was happening and feared that it might expose him legally?
when you start with this conspiracy stuff it leads to all kinds of places, so that's enough conspiracy theorizing from me now
at least until Barky is back posting again - Hi there Barky, we know you are out there avidly following every post!|