After another great AdTech we’re back! On the heels of a devastating hurricane that ravaged the city, we were pleasantly surprised to see the amount of exhibitors and attendees at the show. Although there weren’t as many people as there have been at past shows, we had a substantial amount of meaningful conversations. It seems as though the hurricane naturally filtered out the casual attendees that would have otherwise attended the show (not that we don’t like to chat with them) leaving those that are serious about building their business.
As always, AdTech provides us with an outstanding opportunity to meet face-to-face with our current and potential clients to discuss how we can help achieve their ad goals. To learn how we can help achieve your online advertising goals, check out our handy recommendation tool.
Oh, and we took lots of pics! Check out the gallery below.
It’s hard to believe that our first ad:tech was over 6 years ago, but there we were, an incredible team at a powerful show. As ad:tech veterans, we observed a couple interesting changes in the conversations at the show:
1. We had some very involved conversations with current and future clients about their ad goals for 2012 and it became apparent that online advertisers aren’t just looking for traffic anymore. They are in search of innovative and competitive ways to grow their business and stay ahead of their competition. The traditional traffic platforms aren’t cutting it anymore and alternative traffic sources are on the tip of everyone’s tongue. Of course, this is music to our ears.
2. With the boom of alternative computing devices there are more opportunities than ever to for publishers to monetize users and traffic. Our publisher department had non-stop meetings with mobile publishers, emailers, content sites and domainers all in search of ways to provide better user experiences while monetizing their traffic and data.
As always, we took plenty of pictures of the team hard at work. Check out the gallery below.
As for our next show, we’ll be exhibiting at Affiliate Summit East at the New York Hilton, table#94 and booth#329. We hope to speak with you before then, but if you are attending let’s be sure to meet!
-The Advertise.com Team
Advertise.com in all it’s glory!
Things get busy on the AdTech show floor
Alina meets with a couple of her advertisers
Michael introduces Advertise.com
Stacey’s getting it done!
Tami meets with some of her clients
Michael, Alina, Narine, Stacey and Tami pose at the booth
We’ll be exhibiting at AdTech San Francisco on April 3rd-4th at the Moscone Center, booth #1400.
If you are in the area or attending, let’s set up some time to meet discuss how we can help you achieve your 2012 online advertising goals. Use the meeting set up form to let us know what works best for you and one of our ad solutions specialists will connect with you to confirm a comfortable time to meet at our booth #1400.
We look forward to matching you with an effective ad solution!
Congratulations to Jeff Giles of First Impression Interactive! Jeff attended our 10th Anniversary party at ad:tech, had his picture taken, tagged himself on our Facebook page and is walking away with a brand new iPad! We’d like to thank everyone who participated in our Facebook iPad giveaway. Keep your eyes out for even more promotions and giveaways to come!
We had a blast in San Francisco at our 10 Year Anniversary celebration during ad:tech, and we hope you did too! A huge thanks goes out to all of our attendees for making the party so successful. We also wanted to congratulate Gabe Douek of Announce Media for winning our Advertise.com Vespa! You can find the video of the drawing below:
If you were at the party and had your picture taken, make sure you enter for another chance to win an iPad! Here’s how:
Ten years and 9 billion delivered visits later, we’re having a party! Join us in celebrating 10 years of success during ad:tech San Francisco. The party, which includes a hosted bar, will take place on Tuesday, April 12th, beginning at 9PM. The party will be at Ruby Skye, San Francisco’s #1 night club. All that’s needed for admission is your ad:tech badge!
This blowout will feature DJ Carvalho, live dancers, as well as Vespa and iPad giveaways. Don’t forget to bring your business cards to enter!
Happy November! There’s nothing better than a trip to the Big Apple in the fall. Ad:tech New York kicks off this week, November 3-4. It’s the largest gathering of digital marketers. You know you want to be there!
The Advertise.com crew will naturally be at the show so come by booth #1512 and say hi. We’ll have news to announce at the show too — watch this space for details.
Congrats, Adam!He’s the winner of our Apple iPad giveaway at the recent Ad:Tech San Francisco show. Adam, who’s from Turn.com, tells us he’s really excited about winning this (Wouldn’t you be?) Here’s a little more about our lucky winner dude:
Advertise.com: What is Turn.com and what do you do for the company?
Adam: I am a manager of business development at Turn. I manage both new and existing publisher and data partnerships for turn and our DSP clients.
Adam: Turn.com is a demand side platform that empowers the world’s largest advertising agencies and brands to efficiently reach custom audiences at scale, in real time with unmatched performance and transparency.
Advertise.com: Who was the first person you told after you won and what was their reaction?
Adam: Actually posted it on Facebook embarrassingly enough then forwarded your email to my team. They said that we have to share it.
Advertise.com: Have you ever won anything else?
Adam: I’ve actually been quite lucky in raffles throughout my life but this is by far the coolest thing I’ve ever one.
Advertise.com: What do you plan on using the iPad for?
Adam: Going to use it to read, watch movies, and listen to music. May surf the “world wide web” as well.