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A long-time client of a leading omnichannel demand-side platform (DSP) added new partners to their media mix, which resulted in a sudden performance downturn on the DSP’s existing campaigns. The client’s marketing manager consulted the DSP’s analysts and expressed concerns over traffic pattern anomalies, such as high click-to-install ratios and abnormal time-to-install outliers, amongst the new partners. The DSP suspected that the new partners were stealing conversions not only from their campaigns but also organic installs. This was in spite of the advertiser having their current mobile
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April, 2020
A major mobile app gaming company with hundreds of titles in the top charts became concerned after seeing abnormal performance in some of their campaigns. High click-throughrates and low user quality raised concerns about possible ad fraud that their own tools weren’t correctly detecting. They hoped to mitigate fraudulent tra!c to get cleaner data, which would allow them to strengthen their campaigns and improve return on ad spend (ROAS).
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A worldwide telecommunications and financial wire service company was concerned about performance anomalies in their mobile app acquisition campaigns. Certain key performance indicators (KPIs) seemed over inflated, and post-install engagement with important conversion events was less than desirable. For the marketing team, understanding their true return on ad spend (ROAS) was elusive and they were deeply concerned about ad fraud.
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The MMA Measurement Committee in Vietnam, joined by 18 different companies in the Vietnamese Advertising Industry, aims to eliminate confusion and reduce friction in the marketplace, by creating more transparency and developing measurement standards and best practices for the Vietnamese market. For that purpose, MMA Measurement Committee wishes to uncover the current unmet needs of stakeholders in the industry regarding advertising measurement, in order to determine the most pressing concerns that would require immediate tackling by the committee.

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For the first time ever, CPG campaign data from three major US brands has been used to test the principle of recency, which proposes that digital advertisements are most effective right before a consumer is about to buy a product.

Joel Rubinson, MMA’s attribution SME & former Chief Research Officer at the Advertising Research Foundation, Nielsen Catalina Solutions, and Viant partnered to test this theory against three ad campaigns for three popular CPG brands.

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March, 2020
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The Mobile Marketing Association and Decision Lab Ad Fraud report is the most essential guide for every marketer, agency, tech-provider and publisher to understand the mobile marketing ecosystem. The report marks the coming together of one of the biggest global trade associations and market research companies and this endeavour benefits all stakeholders in the business.

 

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The Multi-Touch Attribution (MTA) Journey Map is an end-to-end guide on how to launch a successful multi-touch attribution (MTA) initiative at your organization.
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October, 2019
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Data sharing is at the heart of Multi-Touch Attribution, and a necessary factor in its successful deployment.
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May, 2019