Must Read Oracle Data Cloud’s New Chief, Eric Roza, Searches For The Sweet Spot Between Quantity And Quality Agencies And Consultants Borrow From Each Other’s Bag Of Tricks Why Holding Companies Will Struggle To Become The ‘Agency Of The Future’ Facebook’s Video Measurement Snafu: RIP Advertiser Trust? Political Tech Firms Eye Commercial Market In Pursuit Of Stable Budgets Demandware Becomes Salesforce Commerce Cloud: Now The Integration Begins Washington Post Builds Its Own Ad Tech To Speed Up Mobile Google Rolls Out Cross-Device Targeting, In-Store Attribution And TV Measurement Laura Ipsen On Using Oracle Marketing Cloud As The ‘Tip Of The Spear’ » For Social Retargeter Triggit, A Surge In FBX Revenue by Zach Rodgers // Wednesday, July 10th, 2013 – 9:10 am Share: Facebook's Exchange is big business. Just how big can be hard to pin down, since Facebook breaks out neither revenue nor volume for its retargeting business. That leaves us grasping at occasional straws dropped by the 17 qualified FBX vendors. For example, late last year AppNexus indicated Facebook was exposing somewhere around 7 billion daily impressions to its buyers. It's safe to say impression volume has grown since then. More importantly, Facebook has added News Feed inventory to the retargeting pool, dramatically increasing response rates. Here's a new clue: DSP Triggit, which has repositioned as a Facebook retargeting specialist, is on track to transact gross media billings (not net revenue) of between $50 million and $100 million this year. That's according to CEO Zach Coelius, who -- true to character -- has been very vocal about his company's pivot. Coelius said Triggit's revenue (including both FBX and IAB standard display, which Triggit never stopped buying) grew 779% from June 2012, when Facebook started a beta test of its real-time bidding exchange, to June 2013. He says neither month was an outlier, and adds that one year ago Triggit did "middle eight figures" in gross media revenue annually, and that the company hopes to break a nine-figure ($100 million) revenue run rate in 2013. While this is admittedly speculative terrain, that would seem to put Triggit's 2012 gross billings at $40 to $60 million, growing to $80 to $100 million this year. Coelius wouldn't follow AdExchanger's queries that far. "I think the real story is just how big a deal FBX has been," he said. "We just attached ourselves for the ride and it took us really far really fast." Much of Triggit's recent growth has come through aggressive biz dev overseas. It claims to have helped launch three e-commerce sites in India and eight in Brazil, along with a number of travel sites. Correction: An earlier version put Triggit's estimated 2012 gross media revenue at $5 to $10 million. Those numbers were short a zero each, based on an accidental misstatement by Triggit. Add a comment Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Email (will not be published) (required) Website Comment XHTML: You can use these tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong> Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.