We’ve been working with our partners to build a more transparent ecosystem, in this post we dive into the new integrations and initiatives…
We’ve been working with our partners to build a more transparent ecosystem, in this post we dive into the new integrations and initiatives we’re participating in with MMPs and DMPs.
Our industry doesn’t have the best rep. From cases of rampant ad fraud to the continued usage of inaccurate metrics, and pretty much everything in between, it is no surprise that there is a high level of distrust among marketers.
We’ve always been big advocates of transparency, going as far as “killing” our network driven User Acquisition product 2 years ago. We were so indignant at the ad fraud and lack of transparency on ad spend and placements, that we literally developed a new product for Programmatic User Acquisition instead.
We’ve been consistently working to offer more transparency, both through our product and working together with industry partners (from the supply side to third party players whose sole mission is fighting fraud), but we haven’t always been the best at communicating that. So, in the spirit of full transparency, we want to share some of the latest initiatives and integrations we’ve been working on with our partners on the attribution and data management side.
A couple of years ago, we joined Adjust’s Coalition Against Ad Fraud (CAAF for short). Through mutual collaboration and participation, CAAF strives to ultimately succeed in stemming the tide of mobile ad fraud. One of the CAAF’s latest initiatives has been to make Click Validation a core requirement.
Click validation is an additional package offered to Adjust clients to help prevent mobile ad fraud. With Click Validation activated, all clicks received by Adjust are matched with impression data, proving that an ad has been viewed before a click was made. By requesting an impression before the click, a matching engagement by the same device can be verified. Click Validation will therefore lead to more accurate attribution and less budget wasted due to ad fraud.
Click Validation protects against three kinds of fraud:
“All CAAF members commit to stopping ad fraud, and match what they say by actively engaging with, talking about, and preventing fraud from happening. We are glad to see that coalition members like Jampp continue to improve their anti-fraud technology, with measures such as the click validation which are designed to create more transparency and unify efforts to prevent fraud in the ecosystem.” — Andreas Naumann, Head of Fraud at Adjust
We recently updated our postback integration with Appsflyer to support and connect to their latest Anti Fraud product, Protect360. This feature means customers hiring that service from Appsflyer can share the P360 postbacks with Jampp, so that we may act preventively on that data.
Protect360 delivers comprehensive mobile fraud protection, providing coverage through machine learning, DeviceRankTM, and behavioral analysis. The product includes SDK & Hashing Authentication, Live Alerts among other features.
“With Protect360, app marketers easily check blocked and suspicious traffic, so fraud issues can be flagged quickly and efficiently to all the companies they work with. As soon as our customers adhere to the new tool, we can work together with partners like Jampp on sending real-time postbacks right from P360 blocked traffic to ensure our tools are aligned, and also to guarantee that our customers are investing their budgets safely and efficiently.” — Flavio Levi, Sales Director LATAM, AppsFlyer
Earlier this year, we joined Branch’s Certified Partner Program to advance transparency in the mobile industry. Over the years, we’ve participated in a few joint initiatives to help guarantee transparency and accuracy in reporting and attribution. Being among the early partners in TUNE’s Certified Partner Program, we were very excited to hear that Branch would be launching their own Partner Program, and even more excited to be among the first partners to join.
All Branch partners must meet stringent technical criteria, covering client experience, data sharing, and cost transparency. These include performing end-to-end testing and following campaign best practices such as keeping data discrepancies to under 10%.
Additional requirements include:
“By meeting the required transparency standards and qualifying for Branch’s Certified Partner Program, Jampp continues to show the mobile advertising community their ongoing commitment to fighting ad fraud. Branch is excited to partner with Jampp to boost transparency and improve accuracy in reporting in our industry.” — Eric Stein EVP at Branch
We recently joined Braze Alloys technical partners. The new integration will help marketers working with Braze, to add richer data sets to their retargeting initiatives.
By leveraging our integration with Braze marketers will now be able to seamlessly send their Push and Email campaign data to Jampp. Thus enabling them to:
We’re excited Jampp recently joined the Braze Alloys partner program. We’re fans of their transparent approach, and this partnership will help marketers gain a deeper understanding of user behavior through better and more relevant customer experiences.” — Diana Kim, Product Manager at Braze
The Kochava Traffic Index (KTI) informs marketers by identifying media partners with the cleanest traffic. They evaluate transparency in terms of Signal Clarity. Signal clarity reflects the strength of the ad signal sent from media partners to Kochava and what they can receive from Kochava’s system through postbacks.
Kochava measures the percentage of each transaction that captures the minimally required data elements to drive accurate attribution, cardinality (a measure of distinct elements) and uniqueness of clicks per site (publisher) ID.
Some of the data elements measured include:
• Clicks: device ID, site ID, click ID, creative ID
• Postbacks: install, event
• Impressions: device ID, site ID, creative ID
• Percentage of low cardinality sites
So signal clarity means…?
Click and impression data completeness rates are weighted equally at 25% each. Postbacks support makes up 25% of the overall signal clarity score, and low cardinality site ID percent makes up 25% of the overall signal clarity score.
“At Kochava, we launched our Traffic Index to help marketers increase the transparency of mobile advertising and harness actionable data for growth. We hope marketers leverage this evaluation to determine which partners qualify for their business. We’re eager to congratulate partners, like Jampp, who ranked at the top and those who are taking this opportunity to identify/enhance a marketers ability to optimize their campaigns while working together to build more robust anti-fraud technology.” — Mark Kellogg, Sr Manager of Product Operations at Kochava
The mobile marketing space needs more transparency, so naturally we are 100% behind any initiative seeking to create clear industry standards and unite technology and advertising companies who are fully committed to upholding app marketing best practices. There’s still a lot of work to be done, but luckily there is far more awareness about the importance of working together for a more transparent industry.
We’re keeping busy and look forward to sharing some of the work we’ve been doing internally and with some of the leading ad fraud detection companies. 😉