Ad Ops Online Rebrands to Ad Tech Daily, Expands Scope and Coverage

TL;DR: Ad Ops Online becomes Ad Tech Daily, changes domain from to, expands coverage to all things ad tech. No changes in policies, ownership, affiliation.

We are excited to let everyone know that the rebranding of Ad Ops Online to Ad Tech Daily, a complex project that started last week, is now completed.

We’re going to review what has changed and what has stayed the same but perhaps a little background is due first.

Launched in 2008 by Otilia Otlacan (then a Google employee), Ad Ops Online started out as a blog focused on advertising operations, which was still a rather obscure niche of the larger digital advertising industry. It has quickly grown and changed format, from a personal professional interest blog to a news publication featuring news, interviews, reports & statistics.

By 2012, Ad Ops Online counted over 5,000 articles. Later this month, our site will have published its 8,000th article and will likely reach the 10,000 milestone by the end of next  year. In 2011, we started welcoming guest authors; ad tech industry experts and C-level executives provided our audience with insightful pieces and commentaries unique to Ad Ops Online. We will continue working with guest authors on Ad Tech Daily and will happily accommodate long form pieces (over 2,000 words) as well.

Why we rebranded

Long story short, the site that some of you knew and visited ever since its launch in 2008 has overgrown its initial scope. For quite some time, the site formerly known as Ad Ops Online covered the ad tech industry as a whole; while that surely includes advertising operations, the coverage often went way beyond that.

We felt – and some of you reached out to us and expressed the same feeling – that the Ad Ops Online brand ceased to adequately represent what the website really was about: news from the ad tech industry. To address this, we have taken the decision to rebrand, notwithstanding the strong attachment to all that “Ad Ops Online” came to represent in over 7 years of existence.

What has changed

First and foremost, the site has a new name (Ad Tech Daily) and a new domain ( We have also updated our social media accounts in order to reflect the change: our Twitter account became @adtechdaily, our Facebook page is now, while our Google+ profile remains the same at

We also also have a new logo, which everyone is free to use as long as our brand usage guidelines are observed.

All URLs of our previous domain will continue to work, though they will all re-direct to their respective URL. If you have previously bookmarked any piece of content from us, all you have to do is replace the “” bit with “” and you’re good to go.

What’s next

We are now focusing all our efforts to make sure the transition to the new domain remains a smooth process for everyone involved: readers, content providers, advertisers, vendors. Once we are all settled into the new Ad Tech Daily home, we will roll out a number of initiatives aimed at improving the overall user experience: an improved search functionality, further optimization for mobile devices, a streamlined navigation structure and more original content are some of our immediate priorities.

Contact us with any questions, feedback and requests, or reach out at @adtechdaily and