Inneractive examined their mobile ad traffic based on over 800 million unique monthly users worldwide and more than 2.5 million ad requests processed every minute to determine the increase in demand for location data. They examined parameters such as bid depth, win bid, clear rate and eCPM for five of their top publishers over the course of a year to measure ad performance.
"Location data delivers a win-win-win situation with users receiving more relevant ads and advertisers and publishers enjoying higher engagement," said Roni Anavi-Fass, VP Product at Inneractive. "The data on our platform shows that ad requests are enriched by GPS information, and location data has a higher value on exchanges."
Additional key findings from Inneractive platform traffic:
- The number of bid requests in China grew by 33% and eCPM nearly doubled, as the rise in demand has allowed Chinese publishers to raise the prices for their traffic.
- There was an increase of 133% in video ad requests which is no surprise, however banner ads are still very popular with their eCPM growing by 81%.
- The number of programmatic private deals created between April and December 2016 grew 5x, while revenue from private deals, during the same time period, grew 13x, suggesting not only that this method of selling is being more widely adopted, but also that publishers are shifting more premium inventory to this channel.
For more information, please go to the Inneractive white paper The Rise of Geo Location Data in Mobile Advertising and to the Inneractive 2016 Mobile Trends.
Inneractive executives will be presenting the full range of their mobile advertising solutions at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, from February 27 - March 2, at their booth in Hall 8.1, booth #K42.
Inneractive is an independent global mobile ad exchange focused on powering native and video ads. The company's mission is to empower mobile publishers to maximize the full potential of their properties by providing powerful technologies for buying and selling mobile ads. The Inneractive programmatic platform is comprised of a mobile Supply Side Platform (SSP) and an Ad Exchange that combine RTB with native and video ad solutions. Inneractive was recently named a Deloitte Technology Fast500 Company, EMEA and a Deloitte Israel 2015 Technology Fast50 winner. Inneractive is headquartered in Tel Aviv with offices in San Francisco, New York and London.
For more information, visit the Inneractive website.
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