How Google Created DoubleClick in March 2008? Want to know more? Keep on reading!
To start with, here is a short definition for DoubleClick for Publishers: DFP is an ad serving platform that organizes the management of your ads, considering your demands, i.e. where you deliver ads: to websites, mobile webpages, mobile apps, games or a combination of them.
On February 22, 2010 a new project by Google was created…
On February 22, 2010 a new project by Google was created initially called Google Dart, now known as DoubleClick for Publishers (DFP). DFP is an advertisement software as a service application made for the assistance of publishers who have websites referring to their businesses and want to display quality advertisements on their websites for the further development and prosperity of their companies saving money, time and releasing themselves from a lot of painstaking troubles that they might get into or used to get into before the introduction of DFP.
DoubleClick is the highest quality ad server with a number of options designed to meet your demands…
If you have a website with high-quality content that is interesting, eye-catching and you can assure that advertising it will interest people and be of any use to them, then DFP is exactly for you. You will never regret using the services offered by DFP because it is the highest quality ad server with a number of options designed to meet your demands assuring you rise in revenue due to quality ad management.
Now let’s discuss DFP in a more detailed way presenting to your attention its core description, the way it works, all the opportunities and services that it offers and the advantages that you will get taking the risk and applying for the DFP ad server.
Google created DoubleClick in March 2008 and then in February 2010…
Google created DoubleClick in March 2008 and then in February 2010, as it was mentioned before, DoubleClick for Publishers and DoubleClick for Publishers Small Business started out.
A subsidiary of Google aimed at developing and providing ad serving platforms, launched in February 1996, New York City, New York.