A WARC Best Practice paper, How to improve digital media transparency, was the most read article on this topic, setting out practical steps for advertisers – which are advised to take an active role in the stewardship of their media investments.
In the second-most read article, P&G’s Pritchard to digital deadbeats: Game over, Pritchard set out his five deploy-or-depart terms of engagement which he expected to be operational by the end of the year.
He continued his rewriting of the playbook in the third most-read piece, P&G’s Pritchard takes on fakes, fraudsters and fearmongers, in which he argued for a reframing of the client-agency relationship so that it becomes a true partnership.
By the time of the dmexco conference in September, Pritchard was looking beyond the clean-up of the digital space. In the fourth most-read article, P&G’s Pritchard: A new wave of brand building innovation beckons, he said it was time to solve the problem of annoying ads and focus on mass, one-to-one messages.
Finally, in Digital Transparency: 10 questions marketers need to ask their media agency, two VCCP Media executives examined the problem of digital transparency from a client perspective, providing best practice on what to ask media agencies in order to ensure advertisers can navigate the complex challenges of the digital landscape.
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