MediaShift Idea Lab: Why Media Sites Should Adopt Responsive Design

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DOES RESPONSIVE DESIGN AFFECT ONLINE AD INVENTORY?

Yes. More screen sizes mean more ad sizes, which means you could have more ad inventory to fill. Ad Networks such as ResponsiveAds.com are taking the lead by encouraging sites to sell their ad inventory in packages that include the full spectrum of mobile and standard-display ad sizes. Many sites are tackling this issue on their own and tasking their developers to create responsive ad spaces using clever CSS configurations.

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Ad Direct Placement (Humans) Vs. RTB (Machines), Who’s Winning?

 

Want that right piece of clothing for that special evening with your partner,  human-vs-machine making that media buy.
Want that right piece of clothing for that special evening with your partner? Here, human and machine are making that media buy.

“Let the automation do what it does best,” Andrew Casale, vice president of strategy at Casale Media, says, which is analyzing data. However, the automation can’t measure and analyze everything. Casale says, “[Buyers will say], ‘We still want to speak to you. Tell us about yourself. Tell us why you belong in the mix.’ And then we can alter what the machine might do.”

ResponsiveAds’ insight:

When it come to real brand value and getting to that moment where ads really hit the spot for users, the battle between machines and humans continues. We think for ads to be very “brand responsive” with the right real-time human touch, direct placement might still be the better approach.

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