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In recent years, Rubicon Project ( @RubiconProject ) has consistently delivered innovative technologies to the advertising marketplace - marked notably by the automation of direct orders for automated non-guaranteed inventory it introduced to the market in 2012 - which complemented the company's industry leading automated auction technology.
Rates for so-called self-serve ads, which are sold through an automated auction system and account for most of sales, are unchanged since March, when the company completed a redesign to add promotions under photos and increase the number of spots on some pages to as many as five from three, Facebook said.
Bridge added: 'During the dot-com boom there were suggestions that traditional auctioneers could be swept aside by a tidal wave of automated auction alternatives.
The new mechanism allows more direct participation and the automated auction feed ensures that the same real-time information is available to all participants and market users via numerous data vendors.
Second, programs currently under way to provide a higher degree of automation in the auction process should be accelerated to the extent possible-keeping in mind that even a fully automated auction system brings with it its own risks.
When a visitor lands on a webpage, an automated auction occurs in 12 milliseconds among all interested advertisers -- for every single ad impression.
The state-of-the-art auction facility commenced operations in 2001 and offers six fully automated auction lanes and full service reconditioning facilities including body, detail and mechanical shops.
When a visitor lands on a website page, an automated auction takes place in approximately 15 milliseconds among all the interested advertisers -- for every single impression (e.