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Under the previously prevailing “waterfall setup” of ad serving, publishers worked with networks that offered them the highest rates first, before pushing the inventory to those who offered lower rates until every impression is monetized. Pushing the ad inventory around in this manner is not optimal as it leads to increased latency and missed revenue opportunities.
With typical RTB based programmatic setups, publishers are in the dark about bid data. Also, often networks have a conflict of interest when they have their own advertisers to please, along with third-party relations. So you just have to trust the data that the network provides. As such, it becomes difficult to verify the growth in your ad revenue or track impression-level yield.
Most existing publishers who use header bidding either have vanilla Prebid setups or use header bidding wrappers provided by ad networks, both of which lack key features such as dynamic demand partner selection, smart timeout management, multi-adsize support, protection against bid manipulation, and lack of demand access from top-tier partners.
The number of demand partners (and which partners) in an auction can have a big impact on the yield—too many partners can slow the process, too few kills bid competition. Our engine automatically selects the optimal number of partners for each transaction.
Timeouts are used to set an upper limit for long how the setup will wait for bids from each demand partner before closing the auction, we test and fine-tune timeout settings to find the sweet spot between maximizing yield and reducing latency.
We understand that publishers may have existing partnerships with header bidding demand partners that they may not want to abandon, our bidding engine allows you to onboard them and have them compete with our premium demand sources. Win-win.
In addition to demand from display ad networks, we also allow our native ad partners to compete in the header bidding auction. This leads to increased bid competition for the available inventory and ultimately greater revenue for the publisher.
Our header bidding system monitors and records all bids made by buyers which can be reviewed by the publisher. In case of any mismatch between recorded bids and final yield, we have a discrepancy resolution process in place.
Our header bidding engine considers bids for all the ad unit sizes that can fit within the ad container that is being bid on, this creates a wider pool of bids and helps maximise the revenue for every single ad impression.
Our platform records bid-level transaction data on the client-side, so that you’re protected against post-auction bid adjustment by demand partners.
Since header bidding allows multiple demand partners to bid simultaneously in real time, it increases the demand and yield of your ad inventory.
Client-side header bidding is known to increase latency, but our automated timeouts and demand partner selection ensure efficient auctions are faster loading ads.
We provide detailed metrics related to your header bidding setup, partner-level performance, in addition to granular auction data. This can help you generate insights about header bidding usage and UX impact. We can also send your data to third-party analytics services such as Google Analytics.
With this capability, we enable you to create simple rules and take actions, to manage bidder involvement and bid quality in auctions. You can now achieve optimal operating conditions within your header bidding set-up, and improve revenue. Header bidding is all set to be transformed, with the implementation of the Hyper Optimizer.
We designed our product to enable the average publisher to take control of their ad stack. You don’t need a technical background to work with us or take advantage of our platform.
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