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Explore the technical specs when exporting to your preferred display advertising platform

What do you need to know before exporting your digital creatives? You can read through all the technical opportunities and specifications for each DSP and export service here.

Demand Side Platform (DSP)

Demand-Side Platforms (DSP) are software platforms that enable advertisers and agencies to buy, manage, and optimize digital ad inventory across multiple channels and publishers. They provide tools and capabilities to target specific audiences, automate ad buying, and maximize campaign performance. Here are some key terms and concepts related to Demand-Side Platforms:

 

  1. Programmatic Advertising: Programmatic advertising refers to the automated buying and selling of ad impressions in real-time auctions. DSPs utilize programmatic technology to connect advertisers with ad exchanges, supply-side platforms (SSPs), and other inventory sources to purchase ad space.

  2. Real-Time Bidding (RTB): RTB is a key feature of DSPs that enables advertisers to bid on ad impressions in real-time auctions. Advertisers can set specific targeting parameters and bid on impressions that match their desired audience. The highest bidder wins the auction, and their ad is instantly displayed to the targeted user.

  3. Audience Targeting: DSPs offer advanced audience targeting capabilities to reach specific demographics, interests, locations, and behaviours. Advertisers can leverage data and targeting options to ensure their ads are shown to the right audience, maximizing relevancy and effectiveness.

 

Examples of DSPs:

 

  1. Google Display & Video 360 (DV360): DV360 is Google's demand-side platform that provides advertisers with comprehensive campaign management and audience targeting features. It integrates with Google's vast network of inventory sources, allowing advertisers to reach audiences across websites, mobile apps, video platforms, and more.

  2. Adform: Adform is a leading European DSP that offers a full-stack advertising platform. It provides advertisers with advanced targeting options, cross-channel campaign management, and real-time reporting. Adform also offers integration with data management platforms (DMPs) for enhanced audience segmentation.

  3. Google Ads: Formerly known as Google AdWords, Google Ads is Google's advertising platform that offers both self-serve and programmatic buying options. While Google Ads is primarily known for its search and display advertising, it also functions as a DSP, allowing advertisers to programmatically buy ad inventory across various channels and formats.

  4. Xandr: Xandr (formerly AppNexus) is a global advertising platform that operates as a DSP. It provides advertisers with access to a wide range of inventory sources, including premium publishers and ad exchanges. Xandr offers advanced targeting capabilities, real-time bidding, and robust analytics for campaign optimization.

 

Demand-Side Platforms (DSPs) are software platforms that enable advertisers and agencies to manage and optimize their programmatic ad campaigns. They leverage real-time bidding and audience targeting capabilities to reach specific audiences effectively. Examples of popular DSPs include Google Display & Video 360 (DV360), Adform, Google Ads, and Xandr, offering advertisers comprehensive campaign management, audience targeting, and access to diverse inventory sources.

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