MediaMind Analytics: Data daily reporting set to unlimited

Written by Richard Tan, in Analytics Reporting



Previously the agencies can collect data up to 45 days back when running a report on daily level within MediaMind Analytics. We are happy to announce that from now on the daily data is set to unlimited.

This means that the agencies can run their reports on daily level unlimitedly. For example if a campaign has run for 4 months, you will be able to run the report on daily level for this whole period.

Feel free to contact us if you have any further questions regarding this feature.

Conversion attribution model – Why last click doesn’t work

Written by Richard van den Berg, in Analytics Reporting, External articles

Game over

Last click as conversion attribution model has been around for a long time. Maybe for too long! The principle that the last click gets al the credit is outdated, especially with the ever growing online environment of today. Something MediaMind found out a long time ago.

Read this interesting article on and find out why LCA is dead.

Want to see what MediaMind can offer with our conversion attribution and other vast analytics options? Please feel free to contact us.

The metrics of MediaMind

Written by Richard van den Berg, in Analytics Reporting, cross device ads, HTML5

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What is possible with MediaMind and why can this help you make the most of your online campaigns?

To make this easier to understand we made an overview with some of the best features of MediaMind. You can find this interactive slide below.

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HTML5 Scratch and Reveal Ad

Written by Richard Tan, in HTML5, Rich Media Demo's


We are happy to announce the introduction of the new HTML5 Scratch and Reveal ad

The HTML5 Scratch and Reveal ad allows the developer to simulate a scratch effect, letting the user scratch away a top layer to reveal a separate image below.

The Scratch and Reveal ad is supported on the following platforms and web browsers: Win XP, Win7, Win8, Mac OS 10.5+, IE 7+, Safari 4+, FireFox, Chrome ,Mobile, Tablet

Please click on the following URL to see the demo and If you would like to know more about this format feel free to contact us.

Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag – Interactive HPTO

Written by Richard Tan, in Rich Media Demo's


Interactive HPTO that we ran on for the upcoming game Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag

  • Agency: De Persgroep Belgium
  • Creative Agency: Seven Productions BE
  • Advertiser: Ubisoft
  • Campaign: Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag
  • Format: Interactive Homepage Takeover

Introducing: The Adobe Edge HTML5 Billboard Template

Written by Richard Tan, in HTML5


We are pleased to announce our new Adobe Edge HTML5 Billboard template !

The advantages of this billboard template is that it can run on several devices such as desktop, tablet and on mobile devices.

The Adobe Edge HTML5 billboard template also includes a close button which works on all devices. Please find here a preview of the HTML5 billboard ad.

The template is available for download on our template section and if you would like to know more about our Adobe Edge Billboard template feel free to contact us

Ad block: Mac OS X Mavericks in combination with Safari browser

Written by Richard Tan, in online advertising


As a result of the new release of Mac OS X and Safari browser, third party ad’s are being blocked for flash and HTML5 banners.

MediaMind is looking for a solution together with Adobe.

See the official statement below:

Flash is currently a sandboxed plugin in OS X Mavericks, according to an Adobe blog post. Using the OS’ App Sandbox feature, Adobe says it has been able to limit Flash’s file read/write access and what assets the plugin can find in the first place. It can no longer reach local connections to device resources and IPC (interprocess communications) channels, for instance, and network privileges are restricted such that Flash-based malware can’t communicate with servers set up by hackers.

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Why agencies prefer MediaMind over DFA for Rich Media

Written by Richard Tan, in online advertising

Sometimes we get questions from agencies that require to use DFA as their ad server, and if it’s possible to use MediaMind for their rich media & HTML5 (mobile) ads.

The short answer is YES. It is possible to use MediaMind for your rich media and track with DFA tracking pixels.

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