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Author: Fiona Salmon

Fiona Salmon

Specialising in strategic publisher partnerships, Fiona has spent 10 years at a number of blue chip publishers including News International, Trinity Mirror and Bauer, giving her key insight into publishers' wants and needs. Fiona and her team support and develop Vibrant Media's near 7000 strong publisher network to provide in-content ads and display advertising services across the UK, EMEA and APAC.

Eight ways to improve the real-time bidding ecosystem

In 2016 the majority of digital advertising budgets will be spent on programmatic ad inventory in both the US and UK.

Brands owners such as Procter & Gamble and American Express were relatively quick off the mark to specifically state that they wanted the majority of their advertising budget to be spent programmatically.

The Mindy Project Tinder Profiles

Covert native ad campaigns can catfish consumers

A New York City doctor with a Witherspoon personality, Nicki Minaj body, Sinatra eyes and love of fried donuts might be your perfect match.

She’s 34, single and looking to meet other local singles in the city. She may seem too good to be true, and that’s because she is.

This New York City bachelorette’s main motivation is to prompt you to tune in for the season premiere of her primetime TV show, The Mindy Project, on Fox Primetime.


Google will add more mobile priority to its update menagerie

Pretty sounding search algorithm updates (Hummingbird, Panda, Penguin...) have plunged many digital publishers into peril as their content plummets out of search engine results pages in consequence.

The decline in visitors impacts the performance of ads, which hits revenue. Under pressure from the publisher and ad sales team, the media title’s SEO and editorial teams try to reverse engineer Google’s update and work out new tactics that will improve their search engine performance.

In the main, quality publishers producing compelling shareable editorial need not worry too much about Google algorithm updates. Google’s focus has generally been to prioritise quality content.

However, a key objective of the Hummingbird update is to accommodate the fact that more searches are being conducted, and more content is being consumed, on smartphones.

As people are beginning to use their smartphone’s voice recognition functions to actually talk to Google search apps, Google has started to respond to search terms given in natural speech, a key part of the Hummingbird update.

'Big whoop', right? No. Massive whoop, especially for the 68% of the UK’s 175 top publishers do not have a digital site that displays effectively for mobile devices.

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