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.
You’ve probably noticed that you are finding out about news through your social media more than official news channels these days. It’s not surprising.
Are you an online publisher wondering why your content isn’t being shared, and is receiving very few clicks in the first place?
You’ve written an amazing piece of content, but you’re wondering why it just isn’t getting much attention. For us writers, it’s a bit of an ego-blow, but the numbers don’t lie. Great content needs great visuals.
The only post you need in order to be ready for 2015 SEO trends…
Prepare for the following:
1. A review on what we had in SEO last year
2. My expectations for next year and what I think about every expectation
If you blog, you’re probably well aware that adding images is key for increasing views, shares, and return visits. But using images legally and effectively takes a bit of planning. At imonomy we started out buy building a solution for publishers that were in need of copyright-free images, and even though our focal service is now in-image advertising, we thought it would be nice to write down a couple of tips on how to find and use images online.
First there was blogging, and then ICQ, Messenger, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and Vine… well, you get the idea. Few people would deny that social media plays an extremely important role in content marketing. But some are so intent on being ahead of the curve, catching the next social media wave, that they’ve neglected their blogs—and blogs remain the foundation for building a strong online presence.