How do demand-side platforms work?

Online marketing basics: demand-side platform

These days, online advertising is a bidding war, played out in real time. In just a few seconds, complex algorithms decide which banner or advertising medium is to be displayed to your target audience. This being said, everybody wants to show their ads where customers will see them, making ad impressions highly sought-after commodities. They are thus subjected to a competitive bidding process. The...

Creating a PayPal account

PayPal accounts – the advantages of the digital payment service

The payment methods offered by an online shop say a lot about its legitimacy, and can be decisive for many internet shoppers. Alongside debit card, credit card, and bank transfer payments, e-commerce has seen the rise of another online payment method in recent years: PayPal. But what is PayPal? Why is it so popular? And how does PayPal work exactly? We’ll take you through the basics for setting up...

Ad exchanges: what you need to know

Ad exchanges: advertise online

The advertisements you see online aren’t just chosen at random. Many extensive processes and procedures have gone into even the simplest of banner advertisements. The user doesn’t notice any of this thanks to real-time advertising, which takes a few milliseconds to decide which company can have their advertisement on the website. Ad exchanges are the central contact for advertisers and website...

How does a supply-side platform work?

Online marketing basics: what is a supply-side platform (SSP)?

Real-time advertising plays a central role in the world of display marketing. This process gives website operators or publishers looking to sell their free ad space the chance to trade advertising inventory in a fully automated bidding process. The goal of this is to sell the inventory to the highest bidder for maximum profit. The supply-side platform thus represents an important interface between...


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