The Toronto company said it is trying a different approach to their presence and taking a step back from the lavish affairs they traditionally host, such as the House of Slam, and setting up shop in one of the coveted poolside cabanas, offering attendees educational and insightful tutorials and conversation about the traffic business and their new, progressive advertising platform, Adinum.
“In limited release and open to select clients, the real time bidding platform distinguishes itself from other platforms in the space by its highly intuitive and unique targeting options, robust infrastructure built based on what successful companies of today need to thrive, and its introduction of CPMv (cost per million views) billing model to the adult industry,” the company said.
Luke Hazlewood, Grand Slam Media’s CEO, said his team is “pumped” about introducing Adnium to attendees at XBIZ Miami.
“Our tech team has been working tirelessly on building something from the ground up, something proprietary and necessary for the success of today’s marketers,” he said. “In this early phase, we are getting amazing feedback from our clients and are fine tuning and tweaking things to have it ready for the industry at large shortly.”
While currently open to select Grand Slam Media clients, it is possible for others to enjoy the benefits of being an early adopter, Hazlewood said.
To be prequalified for the main launch slated for the first part of June, or to have a chance to start using the system now and capitalizing on the industry’s most premium inventory, the company has directed those interested to sign up for Adnium on its site.
Grand Slam Media said it welcomes everyone interested in buying, selling, or learning about traffic to visit their hosted cabana on June 2and 3 — not only will their sales reps be present to discuss strategy, but their Lead Developer, Ian Lester, will also be on hand to discuss the details and technology that his team have used to create their state-of-the-art platform. Chris Coupland, Director of Operations, will also lend his expertise on the Traffic Panel at the show.
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