The London Business School Case Study aims to provide a deeper insight into the unique approach taken and subsequent results that were achieved during this campaign.
In the current climate, issues around privacy have gained more importance than ever before. The use of private data can, in certain circumstances, add value to an end user’s experience, however a number of recent events have cast a spotlight on privacy and how user-data is being used by a range of organisations.
Mark Bembridge summarises the issues faced in the digital advertising industry, with many of them coming into sharp focus in 2017. He proposes how the industry might move forward and how technology can help win back the trust of the consumer.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new regulation that will be legally enforceable across all EU member states on 25th May 2018 and is created to replace the current directive to give protection to individuals on the processing of their personal data.
The engineering team at Smartology consists of software and systems engineers and the CTO, all based in Southwark in London. We are responsible for all back-end systems, including the machine learning algorithms used for content matching and brand safety, the real-time bidding systems for programmatic ad-serving, as well as the ad server itse
GDPR, advertiser-agency relationships, YouTube and programmatic native trading will all be in the spotlight in 2018 we believe. Here are our four trends for the year ahead.
Smartology is in the business of delivering brand safe, relevant adverts on some of the world’s largest publisher sites. In order to do this, it creates a semantic profile of both publisher and advertiser content then, when a ‘match’ is found, a relevant ad is inserted on the page.