Pixalate has partnered with LKQD to include Pixalate’s pre-bid invalid traffic (IVT) detection and filtration technology into LKQD’s platform.
Be sure to check out LKQD's wiki page for step-by-step instructions on how to implement pre-bid solutions within their platform.
Block IVT at the supply source
- Pixalate's integration with LKQD enables partners to block invalid traffic at the supply source. The option to include Pixalate's pre-bid filtration is available within LKQD's UI.
Block IVT based on demand tag — and filter by device or channel
- The partnership gives users the ability to block IVT based on demand tag. Partners have the ability to select by environment — including mobile web, mobile in-app, desktop, and Connected TV (CTV). Specific environments can be selected within LKQD's UI.
Block IVT at the account level
- The partnership also gives users the ability to block at the account level, and it also gives them the ability to select by environment — including mobile web, mobile in-app, desktop, and Connected TV (CTV). Specific environments can be selected within LKQD's UI.
IVT reporting from Pixalate
- Within LKQD's platform, users can see the total number of impressions evaluated by Pixalate, as well as the total number of blocks based on Pixalate's pre-bid filtration. These reports can be filtered by date, device and channel (environment), and can be exported to a .csv for further evaluation. Additionally, the reporting can be filtered by supply source or supply partner.
The importance of pre-bid IVT detection and filtration
Recent Pixalate research found that over one-third (35%) of programmatically-traded desktop ad impressions in the U.S. are invalid. Blocking invalid activity before it reaches the bid stage is vital to improving the overall quality of the digital media marketplace.
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