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Release Notes - 09/07/2014 - VPAID Passbacks, Targeting Templates

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Release Notes - 09/07/2014 - VPAID Passbacks, Targeting Templates

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NEW VPAID passbacks

 

Released 09/07/2014

If you are integrated via VAST tags (as opposed to Ooyala's SDK's or plugins) you can now benefit from building passback lists and optimising CPM's. With the release of VPAID passbacks we are enabling clients with tools to chose from the most profitable 3rd party ad source and to optimise on price rather than average yield.

A passback occurs where an ad network or ad exchange can’t reach the agreed floor CPM, no ads are found to deliver or an ad is delivered but do not play. Then, the passback logic will redirect the impression (called a “pass back”) to the next 3rd party ad source in the passback list. The VPAID passback release consist of three major features:

 

  1. Passbacks for VAST­VPAID integrations
  2. If an ad is delivered but fails to play, the ad request continues down the passback list 
  3. Timeout settings for ad start

 

Contact your local account manager to enable the feature for your Ooyala Pulse account.

 

NEW Targeting templates

 

Released 09/07/2014

Targeting templates will simplify your workflow and make targeting management more effective in cases where you re-use the same targeting rules over and over again. With this feature, you only have to create the targeting once, and then simply apply it to your campaigns with the click of a button.

 

How to create a template

 

  1. Open the Settings dialog and select the targeting templates tab
  2. Create a new template, give it a name and configure your targeting.
  3. Then either:

 

a) Link your targeting template to a campaign or goal (if you edit the targeting template, targeting rules will change for all campaigns linked to it) or

b) import the rules (rules will be persistent in the campaign or goal). Importing rules can be useful when you want to use the rules from a template but still want to add information manually.

 

Edit templates

Editing a template will change all targeting for campaigns that have linked to the template in question, and you no longer have to go through several campaigns with the same targeting just to change one small detail.

 

 

 

IMPROVED Improved report handling in Insight

 

Released 09/07/2014

It is now possible to get a full campaign breakdown on goal and ad level when pulling a report in Insight (see screenshot below). It means that you can now get a breakdown of all your campaigns, for a specific time period, and to view all goals and ads in one report. Besides a more effective and less time consuming workflow on your reporting activities, it will also provide better use of Insight data for planning and decision making on campaigns. To get started just enter Insight and choose campaign, goal and ad as dimensions and start pulling reports.

 

 

 

NEWOoyala developer portal - tech documentation in one place

 

Released 09/07/2014

To make it even easier and faster for you to integrate with Ooyala's platform and to stay up to date with releases and fixes in our tech environment, we are now publicly launching our developer portal. In the developer portal you will find the latest information on how you can access and integrate with Ooyala's platform and all of its features. You'll get access to KIT (Pulse Integration Toolkit), SDK's and plugins, where you can learn how to extend your video player environment with the full capabilities' of Pulse as well as access to some of the Pulse API's.

 

Developer portal will grow as we go forward and you will soon be able to find even more tech documentation here. To get an account go to the website and sign up now.