Introducing the Digiday Agency Quiz
Digiday recently challenged your knowledge of advertising technology. Of the 500 responses, a few things were clear: many did not know what company claims to be the first DSP (MediaMath) or which doesn’t claim to be a DMP (RocketFuel).
This week we’re setting our sights at agencies, testing your knowledge of recent offbeat history with a 10-question quiz. Again, we do not have prizes yet. But please tweet your winning score with the hashtag #digidayagencyquiz.
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