zvelo, the leading provider of website and device categorization, unveils zveloAPI™, an ultra-fast, secure API, for accessing the zveloDP datasets through cloud-based queries and streaming data feeds.
Online advertising has become a central part of our digital lives. Advertising publishers and platforms supply billions of ads every day. Ensuring that ads served are contextually accurate and brand safe for the target audience is critical to a safe and secure internet.
zvelo, the leading provider of website and device categorization, today announced the launch of zveloDP – an open, scalable, Data as a Service (“Daas”) platform which provides access to page-level, traffic and device categorization (including malicious and profiling) datasets through easy-to-implement APIs.
It seems as if every other day you encounter a post warning advertisers and platforms alike about the occurrence of fraudulent traffic and the threat to ad budgets that it poses; a recent study released in January states that fraud alone will cost $7.2 billion in 2016. But how much of this fraudulent traffic is…
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How a competitive business intelligence platform provider for online advertising licensed zvelo’s contextual categorization engine to yield data sets from web pages used or ads including language, categories, sentiment, named entities, ad fraud detection and more to enrich their offering.Details
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Partner SpotX holds Q&A with zvelo Business Development Vice President, Cordell BaanHofman, on all things ad fraud related. SpotX recently sat down with Cordell BaanHofman, our VP Business Development here at zvelo to discuss the current state of fraud in the industry, including brand safety challenges and ways combat them. They were curious about how…