AdMonsters Publisher Forum
- Keynote Speaker: Peter Horan, Executive Chairman, Halogen Media Group
- Jon Burke, Ad Lead, Automattic
- Spencer Owens, Director of Global Advertising Operations, BabyCenter
- Deravanh Campbell, Director of Ad Operations and Yield, and James Hunter, Managing Director, Ad Operations, Fox News Digital
- Dmitri Kazanski, Advertising Operations Manager, Manta
Please Note: There are a LIMITED number of rooms available at the venue before & after the event dates of March 3 through 7 March. If you would like to extend your stay & secure additional nights please contact us before registering!
Hotel Zoso, 150 South Indian Canyon Drive, Palm Springs,, CA, CA 92262, United States
AdMonsters started in 1999 with our first Publisher Forum, then known simply as AdMonsters, and this remains our flagship conference for online publishers.
While all of our conferences are focused exclusively on online ad operations, the Publisher Forum is even more specific in its focus, with attendance limited to just one hundred of the most senior leaders in ad operations and technology at online publishers. Participants gather for three days of in-depth peer-to-peer discussions, focused on developing actionable solutions and best practices in response to cutting edge challenges.
Example topics include the strategic role of Ad Operations, audience targeting, yield, revenue and inventory management, emerging platforms, organizational structure, data monetization and creative executions.
AdMonsters is focused 100% on online ad operations and technology, nothing else. You know what you’re getting and who you’ll be with at AdMonsters, and you won’t waste precious time figuring out who you’re talking to and why they’re there. Everyone at an AdMonsters conference is there because they work directly in ops themselves or because ops is critical to their work.
At AdMonsters, there’s no trade show floor, and no booth to man all day – what you get is personal introductions directly to those whose influence is critical in the vendor selection process. AdMonsters participants represent the largest and deepest group of senior ad operations expertise in the world. Whether you are just entering the market or are an established solution provider, there is no other forum that can offer the same opportunity for exposure, discourse, and feedback.
The first thing we hear from first-time participants is almost always “I’m so happy to meet other people who understand what I do for a living!” AdMonsters seeks to create a meaningful and long-lasting professional community that benefits all participants. Our goal is for AdMonsters participants to leave with a new set of friends and a notebook full of answers – not to mention some new questions as well.