Mobiquity Technologies, Inc., a company providing mobile first, next generation programmatic advertising capabilities is announcing the addition of three new premium advertising supply partners to the Advangelists platform across display, video, and unique AR/VR technologies.
New supply partners include Admix, Rubicon Project and Column6. Admix develops unique AR (augmented reality) and VR (virtual reality) advertising opportunities. Rubicon Project is a leading global ad supplier with over 50% of US ComScore 100 publishers. Column6 provides direct access to premium video opportunities in the US and Latin America. Together these three supply partners significantly expand the reach of advertiser campaigns and provide highly unique new media opportunities for advertisers seeking to distance their brands from the competition.
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“While CTV and video are the fastest growing and most requested element of the Advangelists platform, we are really excited to be providing new media opportunities of augmented and virtual reality for advertisers,” said Dean Julia, CEO of Mobiquity Technologies. “As our roster of advertisers and agencies continues to grow, it is important for us to provide both the scale and reach of premium publishers, simultaneously offering opportunities for marketers to test and learn from innovative new formats of advertising. We believe these new partners meet the diverse demands of our advertisers.”
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Mobiquity Technologies, is a mobile first, next generation, platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) company for data and advertising. The company maintains the largest location database available to advertisers and marketers through their data services division. Through Mobiquity Technologies’ Advangelists subsidiary, the company also provides a full featured Ad Tech Operating System (ATOS™) for programmatic advertising technologies and precise mobile data insights on consumer behavior.
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