Get yourself trained on Introduction to Programmatic with this Online Training Introduction to Programmatic Advertising – Digital Marketing.
Online Training Introduction to Programmatic Advertising – Digital Marketing
UPDATE: Einfhrung in Programmatic Advertising gibt es jetzt auch auf Deutsch! Schalten Sie einfach die deutschen Untertitel ein, wenn Sie das Video starten, und sehen Sie, wie der gesamte Kurs ins Deutsche bersetzt wird. Hallo an meine Freunde aus Deutschland! (Now available in German!)Have you heard the term Programmatic Advertising before? What about RTB? Maybe you’ve heard of an SSP or a DSP or an exchange. But do you really know what these terms mean and what these companies do? By 2020 programmatic advertising is expected to be a $65B a year industry, or about 20% of all digital ad dollars. This is up nearly 2,000% from just 2011. And industry of this size, with such explosive growth requires a lot work by many different companies. It also requires a complex system that results in benefits for all parties. In Introduction to Programmatic Advertising I’ll walk you through the process of a programmatic ad buy, the ad-tech companies involved, and the benefits for both advertisers and publishers. I’ll breakdown the ecosystem piece by piece in order to clearly explain what “programmatic” actually means.By taking this course you’ll be joining over 7,000 students that I’ve taught to date in over 130 countries. My classes on digital advertising have received hundreds of 5 star reviews from seasoned media professionals, to recent college grads. Iknow you’ll not only learn something from this course, but you’ll enjoy the experience.Overview: Get immersed into the world of programmatic advertising. In this introductory level course, designed for those with an intermediate understanding of the digital marketing space, I’ll explain exactly what programmatic advertising actually is, and how it’s executed. I use simple visuals to illustrate complex systems, and provide clear definitions for industry terms and short-hand. It is perfect for anyone who is interested in advertising their business online, looking for a job in digital media planning, wondering how major brands decide to place an ad online, a student focusing on marketing and advertising, or those who are generally interested in how the ads you see online are created and served to you.Course Subjects:Define Digital Advertising – What is considered digital advertisingAd Sizes & Standards – Which ad sizes and units are actually covered in a programmatic buyCommon Pricing Models – What are the common pricing models and the formulas to calculateAd-Tech Companies – There are lots of different companies that handle programmatic, but they all have different traits that make them unique and valuable Publisher Integrations – How does a publisher like a website or mobile app, actually go about working with a programmatic toolProgrammatic Process – We’ll visualize the actual process of executing a buyUsing Data to Inform Buys – Data is the new oil and that’s no different in programmatic. We’ll discuss how companies can use data to enhance their buysProgrammatic vs. RTB – These two terms are used together a lot, but they are not the same thingPricing The Bid – How do both publishers and advertisers decide how much to price their bidsAuction Types – To execute a bid there must be an auction, but there are multiple kinds to reviewReporting – What information is reported with a programmatic buy and why is it importantReal-Life Student Reviews: I’m in advertising sales and have been looking for a clean easy way to explain and also test my root knowledge of the programmatic ad space. It was very helpful and simple to understand which is hard to do with this topic. – Raul Bonilla “Being an advertising agency media planner and buyer, having this hands on information helps when we face a decision to go into the digital advertising space. Your 101 and 201 was extremely informative and truly like your overviews in a very simplistic explanation. Thank you and look forward to your future courses.” – Diane TodyReviews from Other CoursesDigital Advertising & Marketing 101 The real-world examples almost makes it self-explanatory. Professionally done and author speaks with authority – i.e. he knows what he’s talking about and it shows. – AJ Du Toit Thought this was an excellent introduction course. Working in the industry without a huge amount of experience in this area, it was a great way to familiarize myself with topics in ongoing conversations internally and externally. Will be taking 201 to further my understanding. – Jocleyn Armour It is advertised as a 101 course and it did exactly that and very well, touching on the building blocks of Digital Advertising and Marketing. Good job Ben. – Jean CDigital Advertising & Marketing 201 When combined with Ben’s 101 course, the two classes make for a thorough and well-organized primer on digital media today. Perfect for marketing people and agency folks (creative, account) who are not immersed in a media agency. It will give you a foundation for how digital media is structured, a clear explanation of the jargon and acronyms you’ll hear bantered about, and a better understanding of the opportunities available. The 201 course goes into important detail about some of the key changes that have taken place in digital advertising recently. Ben explains the concepts clearly and succinctly. Definitely worth the time investment. – Shawn E Fraser This course is amazing. I do affiliate marketing and always wanted to learn about programmatic advertising and this course me taught that. I completed this for an interview and the employer was really impressed by the knowledge I had. Hope there is another in-depth version of this course. Where he goes into ad platforms or ad servers and teaches the real world applications. – Suryameet Singh Comprehensive overview…detailed! – Kaithlean Crotty-Clark
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