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Pei-pei Lin

Pei-pei Lin
Pei-pei Lin is the Director of Marketing at Emodo, Ericsson's mobile advertising and data monetization platform. Prior to Emodo, Pei-pei led Placecast's marketing efforts including PR, product, brand, content, and social media marketing. Pei-pei has also held senior B2B marketing roles at Apple, talech, and Exponential (the parent company of Tribal Fusion).

Recent Posts

Announcing Emodo Supply: The First Carrier-verified SSP

Pei-pei Lin - 9/20/18 7:00 AM

Last week, we launched Emodo Supply, the industry’s first and only mobile carrier-verified SSP. Emodo Supply is designed to dramatically reduce the number of wasted impressions and dollars that result from data inaccuracies. Just like there are impurities in water and people would choose to drink filtered to unfiltered water, there’s a lot of inaccurate data out there, and the programmatic bidstream needs to be filtered as well.

Why does supply need to be filtered?

We built Emodo Supply because advertising data has proven, over and over again, to be highly inaccurate. Over the last few years, Emodo analyzed billions of bids across major programmatic exchanges. On average, 57% of lat/long location data in bid requests was found to be inaccurate. For example, if a user is located more than one mile from the lat/long coordinate listed in the bid request, the location data is inaccurate. Data is verified by cell tower data captured by that device’s mobile carrier network.

What Emodo Supply is and why it matters:

Emodo Supply is an SSP - a source of programmatic inventory available today across multiple DSPs. But what makes it different than other inventory sources is that it uses mobile carrier data as a source of truth to filter data for accuracy.

Emodo Supply is powered by a pre-bid algorithm that uses dozens of criteria to make a real-time decision about whether or not the data in any bid request is likely to be accurate. The pre-bid algorithm is effective at uncovering bad location data, fraud, and poor-performing media. All bid requests that score poorly (i.e. highly likely to be inaccurate) get filtered out. Only bid requests highly likely to be accurate are made available within the Emodo Supply SSP.

Putting Emodo Supply to work

Because data quality is predictive of multiple metrics of media quality, Emodo Supply can be useful for marketers in different ways. Marketers looking to improve quality such as minimizing fraud can benefit from using Emodo Supply to eliminate bid requests that score badly e.g. those passing inaccurate data. Those looking to optimize performance, especially in driving in-store traffic, increase efficiency by focusing on bid requests with high data quality.

Marketers interested in geotargeting consumers in real-time will reduce media waste by half or more by sourcing inventory from Emodo Supply.

Getting Started with Emodo Supply:

Emodo Supply SSP is like any other SSP. Just log into your DSP and add “Ericsson Emodo” - look for it as a sub-exchange under Bidswitch. If you don’t see it, ask your DSP representative to make Emodo Supply SSP available to you.

When bidding on Emodo Supply inventory, bid requests are fully biddable, there’s a price floor in place, and inventory is sold on a second price auction basis. No direct relationship or payment is needed directly with Emodo, and there is no charge beyond the second price in the auction. All metadata associated with a bid request is passed along to the bidder or marketer.

If you want to learn more or have any questions about Emodo Supply, please email


Topics: Industry trends- Location Data Management- New Product- Programmatic

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Why You Need to Validate Your Location Audience Segments

Pei-pei Lin - 11/30/17 8:30 AM

Location data can be a goldmine for marketers. As explored in the first blog post of this series, accurate, real-time location data can enable marketers to deliver more efficient targeted campaigns on mobile devices, giving brands the power to deliver a hyper-relevant message to the right people at the right time.

Topics: Location Data Management- Industry trends- Mobile Advertising

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Media Buyers, Make Sure You Hit the Mark

Pei-pei Lin - 9/27/17 8:30 AM

Nearly every marketer (96 percent) today considers location data to be important - with it, marketers have the unique opportunity to gain a rich understanding of consumer behavior, bridging the gap between online ad exposure and real-world behavior. This data presents opportunities spanning beyond attribution, gathering insights, and segmentation.

Topics: Mobile Measurement- Industry trends- Mobile Advertising- Location Data Management

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Where is my money going? Marketers finally have an answer for bad location data.

Pei-pei Lin - 8/15/17 11:30 AM


Pei-pei Lin - 8/15/17 11:30 AM

Topics: Mobile Measurement- Industry trends- Mobile Advertising- Location Data Management

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