As we naturally evolve, technology around us tends to evolve, too. As an advertiser, you probably notice it more than anyone, simply because you’ve probably had to make some changes with how you go about advertising. Advertising options these days are two-fold: independent advertising, which are the ads you have on your websites, outside of social platforms. Social advertising is the second type of advertising, consisting of social media ads that are integrated into social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
This is the first part of a two part article series introducing ad networks, like you, to in-image advertising products and sharing insights into why you simply can’t afford not to include them in your advertising product portfolio for your publishers.
Consumers are at war with brands and publishers. Their weapons are content blockers (the new term for “ad blockers”) and their virtually silent resistance is hurting both brands and publishers so much they are scrambling to find ways to make the pain stop. Ad revenue is falling dramatically and a significant source of the drop is the group once heralded as particularly lucrative: Millennials.
What if there was a way for you to deliver a variety of content to a website user, based on where he or she is located geographically?
It has been a quiet two weeks in the publisher-advertiser industry, but there are still significant news we want to share with you.
Native Advertising is a sub-category within the realm of online advertising, that serves as a matching mechanism to refer to the content’s coherence with other media that might also appear on the platform. Whether you’re an advertiser or publisher, you can definitely benefit from the features that native advertising just by incorporating a few small things in your campaigns.
If you haven’t noticed, we love to give you the best and most relevant information in the industry (we provide in-image advertising solutions for advertisers and publishers if you didn’t know already). The issue has been that we cater for two different spectrums, so in order to combine the two we want to provide our users with a bi- monthly news roundup that will look at all aspects of our industry. The aim is to deliver updates of the current changes and trends that will interest you in order to succeed in a very competitive digital world.