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How programmatic marketing continues to revolutionize media buys

Due to a lack of understanding or experience, programmatic was slow to win acceptance, and some marketers are still suspicious of it. First, they worry that programmatic only offers remnant inventory, due to its reliance on online ad exchanges where buys are made using real-time bidding (RTB).

More than one-third of (34%) of online display ads will be sold using RTB by 2017, according to projections from Parks & Associates. RTB auctions are not cut-rate, though, and not all programmatic buys are made using RTB. Publishers like Facebook, Google, Condé Nast and The New York Times offer “premium” programmatic directly. 

From the article "How programmatic marketing continues to revolutionize media buys" by Ian P. Murphy.

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