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Blog May. 4, 2015 | Share

Top 5 Reasons Why Sellers Should Care about NHT and Online Ad Fraud

Top 5 Reasons Why Sellers Should Care about NHT and Online Ad Fraud

There is much yet to be exposed about ad fraud and each new technology that is uncovered is another potential threat to your brand as a media seller and puts your ad revenue at risk. In fact, it is in the interest of media sellers – publishers, supply side platforms and ad networks alike – to get ahead of the fight against fraudsters to protect... Read more

Video May. 4, 2015 | Share

Real challenge for TV is audiences being split

Gian Fulgoni discusses digital ad spending

Gian Fulgoni on CNBC discussing digital ad spending and the threat to traditional television content. View

Press Release Apr. 29, 2015 | Share

comScore Introduces Panel-Informed Attribution to Improve Advertisers’ Targeting, Timing and Tactics in Reaching the Right Customer Segments

First of its Kind Attribution Solution Developed with ZenithOptimedia Provides More Complete Picture of Customers and Powers More Sophisticated Segmentation Capabilities Read more

Press Release Apr. 27, 2015 | Share

comScore Industry Trust Solution for Programmatic Now Available in 44 Countries

comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ : SCOR) today announced that media sellers around the globe now have the ability to showcase the true quality of their advertising inventory available for sale in programmatic environments through the use of trusted, independent metrics. This is the first stage of the global rollout of the comScore Industry Trust Initiative which... Read more

Blog Apr. 15, 2015 | Share

Non-Human Traffic: Why it Matters and Why You Should Care

Chances are you already know that ad fraud and non-human traffic (NHT) are big issues. But you may not know just how much NHT impacts every other performance and effectiveness metric you use to demonstrate success. If you aren’t taking NHT out of your measurement – including viewability and in-target numbers – your KPIs are infected and your results... Read more

Blog Apr. 13, 2015 | Share

The Effect of Non-Human Traffic on Your Ad Campaign’s ROI

This is the first in a series of blog posts on combating the industry issues of ad fraud, non-human traffic and viewability. These posts will break down key impacts to the advertising ecosystem and share how comScore is leading the way in tackling these issues so that media buyers and sellers can stay ahead of the fraudsters. Read more

Video Apr. 4, 2015 | Share

Measurement of Fraudulent Traffic Must be Stricter

Measurement of Fraudulent Traffic Must be Stricter

As much as 40% of digital video campaigns can be originating from non-human or fake traffic, says Anne Hunter in an interview with Beet.TV. View

Data Gem Mar. 27, 2015 | Share

U.S. Display Ad Viewability Rates Won’t Budge, Still at 46% in 2014

Percentage of Viewable Ad Impressions US

Ensuring that online ads are viewable has become a rallying cry for advertisers and publishers have been working hard to improve their inventory on this dimension. Website design and inventory placement are being tested and optimized to make sure their ads are likely to be in-view. Despite their best efforts, display ad viewability rates did not budge... Read more

Press Release Mar. 26, 2015 | Share

comScore’s Latest Whitepaper 2015 U.S. Digital Future in Focus Available for Download

comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a global leader in measuring the digital world, recently published its 2015 U.S. Digital Future in Focus white paper. The report, available to the public as a complimentary download, provides a year in review of the major shifts in digital consumer behavior that occurred in various online sectors, including mobile, social... Read more

Whitepaper Mar. 26, 2015 | Share

2015 U.S. Digital Future in Focus

2015 US Digital Future in Focus

The digital world achieved enormous progress in 2014 as several transformative changes shaped how Americans interacted with technology and consumed media. Perhaps more so than at any other time in recent memory, changes were not merely incremental but rather seemed to represent key inflection points in the evolution of various markets and behaviors.... Read more