One of our favorite Google Ads (and more broadly, programmatic ad) tools out there is Managed Placements. Yes, we're not objective at all in regards to them, but all the praise they get is well-deserved. And the team has asked us to tell the world--or at least our readers--about a new feature of theirs: their concierge service.
Such exciting news from Zsolt Maslayni and Team Managed Placements, I will jump to the end: After six months of intense software development, the beta version of ManagedPlacements.com is live and ready for the world to test. What is this long-awaited project? Well, you can read all about it yourself on their site about managed placements, but here is what it boils down to.
I have been using Flexitive banner creation software for a long time. So, today I thought of trying a new banner creation software that is very popular nowadays, known as ''Canva''. As you might know, I have reviewed several banner tools. I can call it a series now. So, let us continue this quest to find the best banner tool.
In my last piece, I started a series about ad creation software and I defined the methodology I'm going to use to explore the differences between the most popular banner tools. Today, we're going to use that system to see how our next subject, Flexitive, is different from other ad creation software.
Today's article is the first in a new series. I’m going to dive deeper--I love the metaphor we use in our site name!--into the world of the banner creation tools. Hopefully, by the end of the series, I'm going to have enough information to recommend to you the most useful banner tool on the market.
Since its development, Criteo has become a company that is a global leader in commerce marketing. So, if it is such a major player in the industry, should you try running your programmatic ads on Criteo?