PRLog - Jan. 8, 2014 - Contextual ad network, Affinity.com, and digital ad network, Networkplay announced a multi-year partnership to provide contextually targeted in-banner video ad offerings to advertisers.
This announcement comes at a time when online video consumption globally has witnessed significant growth and penetration. According to a recent survey conducted by Accenture, 90 per cent of consumers globally, now watch video content over the internet using various devices. It further elaborates that from amongst the devices used, PC/Laptop remains the most used device for consuming online video content with penetration rates as high as 89 per cent (of consumers consuming online video content). This has led to a rise in advertisers demanding newer, more effective and efficient ways of targeting consumers through online video ads.
Commenting on this partnership, Jignesh Desai, Director – Business Development, Networkplay says, “We have identified video and mobile to be the twin pillars of our digital growth and with this relationship we look forward to providing advertisers with contextually-
Lavin Punjabi, President and COO, Affinity.com, said, “We have done well with sourcing traffic and understanding what true quality is. It is this ethos that works well for direct advertisers and our advertising partners and specifically in this case for Networkplay. Networkplay with its demand strengths was identified as a valuable partner for this partnership. We are excited that for our current publishers, it will offer a brand new revenue stream, which has always been our focus.”
An official statement said, “Additionally advertisers get to maximize their ROI with Affinity’s state-of-the-
Karan Gupta, Managing Director, Affinity.com, said “Over the years, we’ve invested heavily in building technologies and relationships that provide value to our advertisers. We are happy to extend these capabilities through our partnership with Networkplay and benefit a broader range of video advertisers in the online advertising ecosystem.”
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