SeenThis Has Transformed – Here Is WhyBlog
We have a new brand new look! And it is not just a cosmetic change. If you look at the transformation we have undergone in the last couple of years, and our plans for the future, it is easy to understand why we needed a new visual identity. Read more.
Extend Your Video Reach With SeenThisBlog
Are you interested in learning how you can extend the reach of your video assets in a more cost-effective way? With SeenThis, the display inventory becomes a natural part of the video advertising landscape, with all the benefits from programmatic distribution (primarily cost reduction and targeting). Read more.
Optimize Your Video In Display with SeenThisBlog
If you are using video in display, chances are you suffer from long load times and poor quality ads, reducing the number of actual ad views from the impressions bought. By applying our adaptive streaming technology, we can help you solve those problems, enabling ads to load instantly in the optimal quality for every user – leading to a substantial uplift in the number of ad views. Read more.
Upgrade your Display DCO to Video with SeenThis Dynamic AdsBlog
If you know programmatic advertising, you have surely not missed the rise of DCO. But how do you take it to the next level? With SeenThis' streaming technology, you can finally use engaging high-quality videos for your DCO campaigns, instead of static banners. In this article, we will briefly recap what DCO is and how it works technically, so you can get an understanding of the benefits from upgrading your DCO ads to video. Read more.
Why Streaming Is the Future of In-Banner Video Ad ServingBlog
Compared to legacy technologies, the effect of using SeenThis Adaptive Streaming for Video In Display ads is staggering. SeenThis enables an advertiser to reach a higher percentage of video starts, as the videos simply load and start faster when in-screen. As a result, metrics such as Cost Per View and Cost Per Click quickly decline. A pretty significant effect from loading your video ads faster, right? Read more.