Insights for adopting a modern approach to brand safety

Insights for adopting a modern approach to brand safety

The events of 2020 have shown advertisers and brands undeniable proof that the way we’ve done advertising for years has limitations that impact the effectiveness of ad campaigns. The legacy brand safety practice of blocking is an all-or-nothing approach that reduces available impressions on high-quality content that actually is safe, as we found in the early days of the pandemic.  Shifting focus from safety to suitability The industry has been working to address the problem of brand safety, which led to the formation of the Global Alliance for Responsible Media (GARM) and development of the GARM Brand Safety Floor and

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The opportunity and challenges of CTV advertising

Advertising in 2020 bears little resemblance to advertising just 10 years ago. The options and investment in digital continues to grow, and the rapid consumer adoption of connected TV (CTV) has been closely followed by increased investment from brands. Connected TV is an exciting and growing opportunity for advertisers—the case for venturing into

CTV ad buys just got better with the Peer39 contextual planning and targeting tools

Since the beginning of the new millennium, just 20 years in, we’ve watched massive changes in how we consume entertainment. Pay television (cable/satellite) are no longer the default, video stores are practically non-existent, and yet, the amount of content we have access to today far exceeds our wildest dreams back in the day. 

Peer39 Launches First-ever Pre-Bid Contextual Planning and Targeting Tool Set for Connected TV

Contextual CTV offering adds new levels of accuracy, scale, and transparency, aligning expectations with modern digital marketing. New York – November 17, 2020 – Peer39, a global independent cookie-free data and intelligence company, today launched a cookie-free contextual planning and targeting tool set for connected TV (CTV) advertising. For the very first time,

Hyperpartisan, misinformation content on the rise

As a data company that sees over 450 million unique webpages each day, Peer39 has an ability to see what is trending across content. Sometimes that can be cause for celebration, however in times like these, it can mean cause for tremendous concern. In October alone, we’re seeing the following increases; Misinformation and

Contextual targeting: Say goodbye to cookies and hello to context

Every day brings us closer to the time when cookies aren’t an option for advertisers anymore. The news of cookies going away isn’t all bad, though. After all, cookies have their fair share of problems in terms of relevance for consumers. Just about everyone has a story like one of these: You buy

Brand suitability: Target the right content with context

This year has been intense when it comes to news coverage, especially with so much reporting around the pandemic, politics, and protests. The sensitive nature of these news topics has made advertisers particularly reticent about placing ads on news content. We saw it in the early days of the pandemic when blocklists were