Programmatic campaign spending has grown rapidly in the past five years.  According to The Drum, 70% of display ad sales are sold using programmatic technology in 2016, compared to only 13% in 2012. 

As adtech has become something most digital marketers vow to tackle in the past years, Wayne Blodwell, CEO of The Programmatic Advisory, advised that a data-driven planning approach is crucial. 

These other 4 Pillars should set the foundation for every successful  campaign include: 

  1. KPIs
  2. Scale and Frequency
  3. Transparency
  4. Inventory and Brand Safety


He argued that there is no "one-size-fits-all" formula to campaign successes; each campaign deserves a unique set of KPIs and execution plans. For instance, companies and agencies should definitely consider whether the different demand-side-platforms (DSPs) have access to the same inventory? 

Have you had any good experience with programmatic campaigns? Do you think there is a lack of talent in the Asian market?