The origins of the publisher strategy called header bidding is something many would debate. What was clear was publishers wanted to change the dynamics of how their inventory was valued. The way to do that was to have multiple sources bid on an impression instead of just one. This created competition, not only between advertisers on a single exchange but between exchanges.
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