365 Digital, a division of Primedia Online, offers a complete online agency, advertiser and publisher solution to all online ad campaign management requirements be it ad serving, email marketing, trafficking or campaign management. We offer a fully flexible service based on each client's specific needs.
365 Digital started providing trafficking solutions as a support service to the online ad sales on our own websites about six years ago. Over the next few years trafficking at 365 started to show real potential as several European publishers approached us to handle the trafficking and campaign management for their sites.
At this stage online ad serving and trafficking solutions were not part of the online media requirements in South Africa, as the agencies started putting pressure on local publishers for accurate and results driven online ad campaigns, 365 entered the local market.
Adtech, the leading online ad solutions technology provider in Europe then chose 365 as their exclusive representative in Southern Africa to on sell their technology in the local market.
This coupled with our trafficking experience has put us into a leading position in the South African Market.
Why Outsource Your Trafficking To Us?
If you lack the demand for a full time in-house trafficker, need assistance during peak times and staff absences, are looking for a cost effective ad management solution or require the superior skills and industry savvy of our traffic team then we can organise a full or partial outsourcing package to suit your needs.
Our experienced trafficking team is fully conversant with the leading ad serving technologies and creative formats, ensuring that all our clients needs can be managed and implemented efficiently with minimum delay. We are dedicated to upholding a six-hour turn around time for all campaign implementation, changes and requests.
It is this level of dedication that has made 365 Digital the trafficking choice of some of the most premier publishers and networks in the world.
For more information please contact:
Head of Traffic
Tel: +27 21 486 6937
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