Mediavine Achieves 86 Percent Ads.txt Ad Request Rate

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Mediavine Achieves 86 Percent Ads.txt Ad Request Rate


BOCA RATON, Fla., Dec. 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- This week Mediavine announced that 86 percent of the company's ad requests are now from properties with ads.txt files. Mediavine is one of the first publisher representative firms to widely adopt ads.txt, which verifies to advertisers that display and video impressions will not be running on fake or bot websites.

Earlier in 2017, the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) announced ads.txt as a new standard for increased digital advertising supply chain transparency. Ads.txt, which stands for Authorized Digital Sellers, is a secure way to fight advertising fraud by preventing unauthorized reselling of digital ad inventory through arbitration and misrepresentation or counterfeit ad impressions.

With 86 percent of Mediavine's ad requests now coming from sites with ads.txt files, the company has been a leader in transitioning to the new standard.

"Adopting the ads.txt standard has been a top priority for us," said Eric Hochberger, Mediavine Co-Founder. "Some of the biggest players in the industry announced this fall that moving forward they will only purchase inventory from authorized sellers listed in a publisher's ads.txt file when a file is available, so it has been critical for us to lead the charge in providing an easy way for Mediavine's owned and operated sites and partner sites to implement a correct ads.txt file."

Mediavine created a proprietary WordPress plugin to simplify the installation process and ensure that 86 percent of the network's 2 billion monthly impressions adhere to the most stringent ad quality criteria available to publishers and advertisers today. Partner publishers may also maintain their own ads.txt via a pre-generated, site-specific file through their Mediavine dashboard.

"While the adoption of ads.txt is important for all of our advertising impressions, it is particularly valuable for our 30 million and growing monthly pre-roll video impressions," said Phil Bohn, Sr. VP of Sales and Revenue at Mediavine. "We've seen the studies stating video is where much of the fraud originates; we expect to be 100 percent ads.txt verified by the end of the year to do our part to clean up ad fraud."

Mediavine offers native ad units, pre-roll video instream inventory, and custom content and packages that can be created for any advertiser across the company's 2 billion impressions.

Learn more about Mediavine at www.mediavine.com or reach the sales team at sales@mediavine.com.

About Mediavine Publisher Network

Mediavine Publisher Network is a full-service ad management company for content creators. By installing a single script that optimizes all placements on an influencer's website, Mediavine's ad technology is future proof and ready to grow with any site. Mediavine works directly with the ad exchanges and advertisers to get top dollar for its ad inventory, resulting in faster load times, more traffic and improved user experiences.

Mediavine has been an Internet publisher since 2004. Mediavine owns and operates The Hollywood Gossip, TV Fanatic and Food Fanatic and is a Google Certified Publishing Partner.

Media Contact: Stephie Predmore, 187182@email4pr.com, 309-264-2281

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