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Perception of programmatic advertising among advertisers in Norway 2017, by statement

This statistic displays the survey showing the general perception of programmatic advertising among advertisers in Norway in 2017, by statement. As of 2017, 49 percent of advertisers in Norway believed that programmatic advertising purchases/Real Time Bidding would streamline their future investments in advertising on the internet.

Perception of programmatic advertising among advertisers in Norway in 2017, by statement

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Source

Release date

October 2017

Region

Norway

Survey time period

June 2017

Number of respondents

200* respondents

Supplementary notes

*count refers to the number of advertisers included in the statistic

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