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From the IAB/DataXu webinar: "Digital Transformation or Disruption? DSPs, Digital Advertising, and the Changing Role of the Agency"

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    • 1. Digital Transformation or Disruption?
      DSPs, Digital Advertising, and the Changing Role of the Agency
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    • 2. Agenda
      Introductions
      Industry Overview
      DSP Learnings & Key Requirements
      RTB & Premium Inventory
      Branding vs Performance
      Success Stories
      Q&A with panelists
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      2
    • 3. Participants
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      Steve Weeks, Sr. Manager of WW Advertising
      Mike Baker, CEO
      Michael Jenkins, Sr. Communication Strategist
      Ben Trenda, VP of REVV Marketplace Development
      3
    • 4. Agenda
      Introductions
      Industry Overview
      DSP Learnings & Key Requirements
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      Mike Baker, CEO
      4
    • 5. The Evolution of Online Media Buying
      Direct from Publishers 1996 
      Ad Networks1998 
      Ad Exchanges2005 
      DSPs2009 
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
    • 6. Demand Side Platforms
      What is a DSP?
      DSPs are media buying tools that help buyers aggregate, bid on, and optimize digital inventory across ad exchanges and yield management platforms.
      Advertiser Benefits:
      • Improves display ROI
      • 7. Reduces display cost
      • 8. Generates data-driven consumer insights
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
    • 9. The Role of a DSP
      Ads
      Placements
      Online display
      exchanges
      Publisher
      Advertiser
      Agency
      Online video
      exchanges
      DSPs
      Mobile
      exchanges
      Consumer data aggregators
      Audience
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
    • 10. Your buyers are moving targets
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      YESTERDAY’S CONSUMERS…
      • Passive media consumers
      • 11. Static in place and time
      • 12. Analog and settled
      YOU NEED TO…
      • Go where your audiences go
      • 13. Break through scale limitations
      • 14. Span display, mobile, and video
      TODAY’S CONSUMERS…
      • Active content co-creators
      • 15. Fragmented in space and time
      • 16. Digital and nomadic
    • 1st generation DSPs were a step in right direction
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      BENEFITS:
      • Better ROAS
      • 17. More control
      • 18. More efficient
      • 19. Represent buy-side interest
      LIMITATIONS:
      • Fixed rule buying
      • 20. Poor scalability of retargetingand audience buying
      • 21. Cost effectiveness
      AUDIENCE BUYING
      RETARGETING
    • 22. AUDIENCE BUYING
      RETARGETING
      The biggest problem with 1st gen DSPs: SCALE
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      REACHES ALL CONSUMERS
      Use insights from your own data to scale across display, mobile and video
      AUDIENCE DISCOVERY
      LIMITEDby the number of cookies you can buy
      LIMITEDby the number of people who come to your site
    • 23. DataXu’s Next Generation Platform
      sd
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      LEARNS
      FROM WHAT’S WORKING
      1.
      2.
      MEASURES
      CONSUMER
      BEHAVIOR
      BUYS
      MEDIA ACROSS
      CHANNELS
      AND FORMATS
      DECIDES
      WHAT CONSUMERS,
      CONTEXTS, CREATIVES,
      AND PRICE
      4.
      3.
    • 24. Why Dynamic Decisioning Matters
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
    • 25. Learning: Price VolatilityFavors Dynamic Bidders
      Results:
      Persistent price volatility is enabling advertisers to capture high value at low cost. Over 100% volatility --10 times higher than NASDAQ’s
      Conclusion:
      Dynamic decision systems that adjust in real time can boost performance
      Challenge:
      Decide, in real-time what ads to buy, adjusting to extreme price variation
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
    • 26. Learning: Creative Optimization is Key
      Challenge:
      Maximize campaign performance, targeting across Creative, Consumer and Context
      Results:
      Deciding on right creative for each ad was most important on 48% of the campaigns
      • Yet, on a significant number of campaigns, it was either Context or Consumer
      Conclusions:
      Best approach is to use the data, and automatically adapt
      • One-size-fits-all, rigid approaches are always doomed
      • 27. A global optimization approach balances all three domains at once
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
    • 28. Learning: Optimization offers efficiency at scale
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
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      Challenge:
      Optimize media buys to find the right media at the right price
      Results:
      The cost of media for Audience Targeting is 3X more expensive than ROE
      • But effectiveness as measured by CPA was 2.7X better for Optimized ROE than for Audience Targeting
      Conclusions:
      Optimized Run-of-Exchange campaigns have a much lower cost of media
      • Audience Targeting leads to multiple buyers bidding for a relatively small number of impressions
      • 29. Retargeting lists are limited in size and unable to scale
    • Learning: Effective Campaigns are built on “Brand Genomes”
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
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      Challenge:
      Build a campaign that is “brand unique” instead of “industry unique”
      Results:
      The “brand genome” campaign drove conversion rates 2-3X higher than traditional campaign strategies
      • Using a competitor’s genome did little to increase conversions
      Conclusions:
      To drive optimal campaign performance, your media strategy should be as unique as your brand
    • 30. Agenda
      Introductions
      Industry Overview
      DSP Learnings & Key Requirements
      RTB & Premium Inventory
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      Ben Trenda, VP of REVV Marketplace Development
      17
    • 31. What’s the Rubicon Project?
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      the Rubicon Project is leading a revolution of the online advertising ecosystem through the innovation of a next-generation infrastructure and a powerful, open marketplace.
      Leading Yield Optimization Platform
      Fastest growing advertising tech company:
      • Founded by ad server pioneers in 2007
      • 32. 250 employees
      • 33. $60M funding
      • 34. More than 1 trillion ads served
      • 35. Key Acquisitions:
      • 36. Fox Audience Network
      • 37. OthersOnline: audience affinity analytics
      • 38. SiteScout: ad security
      • 39. Most Innovative Company, American Business Awards 2010
      • 40. Trusted by 350 Premium Publishers
      • 41. 33% of comScore 100 (U.S.)
      • 42. 88 of comScore 500 (Global)
      • 43. 12 of Top 15 Newspapers in the U.S.
      • 44. REVV processes more than 60 billion ad transactions per month (1 trillion+ to date)
      Largest* Display Advertising Marketplace
      • *Per Quantcast (#1 Rank)
      • 45. 550M+ global uniques
      • 46. 600+ ad networks, exchanges, DSPs
      • 47. Non-Competitive (no advertiser access)
      • 48. Transparent (not "black box")
    • REVV & Publishers
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      the Rubicon Project has engineered a technology platform and marketplace to enable publishers to more effectively compete in today's highly-competitive market.
      Increased Revenue
      • Manage all sources of demand
      • 49. Yield optimize for highest revenue
      • 50. across all sources of demand, including RTB
      • 51. More effectively compete:
      • 52. massive network effect vs. silo
      Reduced Costs
      • Eliminate unnecessary overhead:
      trafficking, ad quality, management, reporting, billing, collections
      Total Brand Protection
      • Protect your user experience
      • 53. Protect direct sales pricing
      One platform
      to yield optimize all inventory
      one marketplace
      to access all demand
    • 54. RTB & Publishers
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      KEY TRENDS
      • Advertising revenue moving from offline to online
      • 55. 2/3 of online display impressions sold on a non-guaranteed basis
      • 56. RTB is nascent (“industry beta”): limited inventory, today small (but fast-growing!) % of total spend
      Notable drivers on the BUY side:
      • 4 agency holding companies control > 50% of US ad spend
      • 57. Each has created a trading desk to fix the problems inherent in the buying of digital media (duplication, opacity, quality, efficiency)
      • 58. Agencies working to move spend to trading desks
      • 59. Trading desks want to spend via RTB
      • 60. Tradingdesks limiting ad network access to this spend
      • 61. DSPs aggregating agency, advertiser & network demand
    • RTB & Publishers
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      KEY TRENDS
      Notable drivers on the PUBLISHER side:
      • It’s tough being a publisher today…
      • 62. Inventory volume is up, CPMs are down
      • 63. Advertisers want to buy audience, not just inventory
      • 64. 2 million active advertisers (how to reach them all!?)
      • 65. 2/3 inventory sold on a non-guaranteed basis (via ad networks, exchanges, DSPs) – how to optimize all those sales channels?
      • 66. So publishers are watching the media buying landscape carefully:
      • 67. Programmatic buying will be increasingly important
      • 68. Agency-originated non-guaranteed spending starting to become concentrated within trading desks— can’t afford to ignore
      • 69. Advertisers/agencies asking for access to publisher non-guaranteed inventory within programmatic environments
    • RTB & Publishers
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      OPPORTUNITIES & RISKS
      RTB can give publishers…
      • Revenue - new source of demand
      • 70. Quality - high quality brand campaigns not always available through ad networks
      • 71. Efficiency – the right ad to the right user at the right time, at the highest possible price
      • 72. 360° Yield Optimization – RTB within the context of total demand access can drive overall yield
      But it can take away, too…
      • User Experience Issues
      • 73. Direct Sales Revenue/Channel Conflict
      • 74. Data Leakage
    • Questions Publishers Ask
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      INSIGHT & CHALLENGES
      Pricing
      • How do I leverage RTB to protect & build my pricing (not erode it)?
      Control:
      • How can I control global sales rights management on my inventory?
      • 75. Who should have access to my inventory? When? Where?
      • 76. How should I manage my advertiser & agency relationships?
      Flexibility:
      • Is there technology that will enable me to offer priority access to inventory (non-guaranteed) to certain partners on the fly?
      Visibility
      • What inventory should I make available for RTB?(sites, zones, ad sizes, user sessions, etc.)
      • 77. How can I get the same insight into my inventory, audience and revenue that the buy-side has?
      Data and Safety
      • Do you have the right technology and contractual controls to protect my inventory, sales and data assets?
       
       
    • 78. What’s Next: RTB in 2011
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      CONTROL, VISIBILITY AND FLEXIBILITY
      To achieve publisher goals, RTB needs to deliver both significant revenue impact alongside transparent controls that ensure publishers and critically, their advertisers, garner real ROI.
      • Private Marketplaces
      • 79. Preferred Price Floors
      • 80. First Look/Right of Refusal
    • What’s Next: RTB in 2011
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      Protected RTB: IT’S ALL ABOUT CONTROL
      Protected RTB optimizes real-time bids for inventory alongside all sources of demand, ensuring that every impression is sold for the highest possible price, regardless of the buying mode of the sales channel, all with critical protections in place to ensure user experience, direct sales and data are protected.
      These tools can be used ininnumerable ways to buildstronger and more direct,programmatic relationshipswith advertisers.
    • 81. The Results To Date
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      CPM
      20%
      CPM
      INCREASE
      RTB alone drives immediate lift(3–5x CPM) while protecting publisher revenue against channel conflict, pricing arbitrage & data leakage…
      …and additional yield growth of 20% across ALL non-guaranteed inventorywhen Protected RTB is enabled in concert with all optimization sources
      publisher A
      Total revenue lift before RTB
      publisher A
      Total revenue lift after RTB
    • 82. Agenda
      Introductions
      Industry Overview
      DSP Learnings & Key Requirements
      RTB & Premium Inventory
      Branding vs Performance
      Success Stories
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      Steve Weeks, Sr. Manager of WW Advertising
      Michael Jenkins, Sr. Communication Strategist
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    • 83. Operating in silos: The Past
      Raise awareness
      Site direct buys focused on high target audience composition
      Premium rates
      Messaging focused on product benefits
      “Learn More”
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      “Brand” Efforts
      “Response” Efforts
      Sell product
      Network buys focused on increasing campaign reach
      Remnant inventory
      Messaging focused on product features
      Drive to “Try/Buy now”
      Few opportunities to apply cross-campaign insights in real-time
    • 84. Cross-campaign interaction: The Present
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      Brand Efforts
      Response Efforts
      Leverage data to deliver relevant, timely messages to in-market consumers
      Excite, engage & entice. Grow marketable universe.
    • 85. Adobe Creative Suite 5 Launch
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      The Goal:
      Raise awareness, pique interest and drive revenue of CS5 – all starting on Day 1 of launch.
      The Strategy:
      • Create a variety of unique media touch points to surround target and drive users to site in our branding efforts
      • 86. Tag Adobe.com to track interest and consideration or consumers.
      • 87. Utilize site/user data to deliver relevant messages at scale in response efforts
    • Brand efforts drive interest and traffic…
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      Brand Campaign
      Excite, Engage & Entice
      The site and it’s content, in addition to banners, are the canvas
      Foster community through social enablement (not just social media)
      Consider all media – not just digital – and it’s ability to drive consumers to the web
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    • 88. …and response efforts will capitalize on insights.
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      Matching product to sub-targets
      (i.e. After Effects for video enthusiasts)
      Response Campaign
      Deliver relevant, timely messages
      Purchase process messaging
      (i.e. offers for trialists)
      Broad, efficient media +
      granular targets & messages
      Leverage site data to develop relevancy
      Incentivize when necessary
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    • 89. The Results
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
      Response Campaigns
      Brand Campaigns
    • 90. Agenda
      Introductions
      Industry Overview
      DSP Learnings & Key Requirements
      RTB & Premium Inventory
      Branding vs Performance
      Success Stories
      Q&A with panelists
      © 2010 DataXu, Inc. Privileged & Confidential
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    • 91. IAB Updates: www.iab.net
      • Educational Webinars (Virtual)
      • 92. Mobile Campaign Measurement – Your Questions Answered
      Wednesday, January 12, 2010 Noon EST
      Professional Development Classes (NYC)
      IAB Classes on Professional Presentations, and the Digital Ecosystem starting mid-January… stay tuned!
      IAB Annual Leadership Meeting
      Palm Springs, California
      February 27 – March 1, 2011
    • 93. Credits, Future Webinars
      Earn Credits for attending IAB Webinars
      Individuals earn one (1) hour credit for each webinar attended through the IAB.
      For further information on the IAB Digital Advertising Certificate, please visit: www.iab.net/events_training/certificate
      Member Led Seminar Submissions
      If you are a member of the IAB, we encourage you to submit proposals for future webinars. There is no cost to members for these sessions, and we hope they will provide a valuable forum for members to showcase their latest insights, research, and technologies.
      To submit a webinar proposal, email luke@iab.net, or visit www.iab.net/member_webinar_submission
    • 94. Q&A
      Please type your questions into the Questions tab on the right hand side of your screen

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