Cost per mille, or thousand (mille = thousand in Latin). A pricing model in which advertisers pay for every 1000 impressions of their advertisement served. This is the standard basic pricing model for online advertising. See also CPC and CPA.
CPVM Cost per mille, or thousand, viewable impressions (mille = thousand in Latin). A pricing model in which advertisers pay for every 1000 viewable impressions of their advertisement served. Viewability refers to whether an impression was actually seen by the user, and can be determined according to a variety of methods. Renamed. See vCPM. creative
A quartile is 1/4th of something. Media players fire a series of engagement pixels as the video continues to play. These pixels typically indicate how many quartiles of a video has been played, firing at 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100% completion. vCPM
Cost per mille, or thousand, viewable impressions (mille = thousand in Latin). A pricing model in which advertisers pay for every 1000 viewable impressions of their advertisement served. Viewability refers to whether an impression was actually seen by the user, and can be determined according to a variety of methods.
Video Multiple Ad Playlist (VMAP) specification. This is an XML template that video content owners can use to describe the structure for ad inventory insertion when they don’t control the video player or the content distribution outlet.
Video Player Ad-Serving Interface Definition. VAST supports relatively simple in-stream video ad formats that are not executable. VPAID was created to support more interactive rich media video formats. For more information, see the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) VPAID documentation.
In online advertising, a vendor generally refers to a company with a specific product or service such as creating or delivering rich media, maintaining a CDN, or providing third-party data.
Mediation that takes place over the Web. Web mediation involves trafficking an ad network’s tags. The tags are called when the seller ranks the networks proxy bid higher than any other demand. If the buyer doesn’t take the impression, a passback tag set up by the seller informs the ad network to go to the next highest bidder or ad network.
Broadly, this term refers to selling the right things to the right customer at the right time for the right price to maximize revenue. In online advertising, it generally refers to maximizing the revenue of publishers and their impressions using tools such as price floors.