This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 08/28

Campaign of the Week: We Gave Southern Barbecue an Aussie Makeover Source: Munchies Why we like it: This piece of content on Munchies, a Vice property, was presented by Budweiser. It’s a great fit for a piece of content that’s centred around American BBQ. It tied the brand to the content through the photography, which felt like […] Read More

by , August 27, 2015

This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 08/21

Campaign of the Week: Sharks, zip lines, and the 13 absolute must-visit Vegas attractions Source: Thrillist Why we like it: A list of the must see attractions in Las Vegas over Summer. What we like about this piece, is that it shows a well known destination, with a different perspective. Using a list format, with high quality […] Read More

by , August 20, 2015

This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 08/14

Campaign of the Week: Sowing the Seeds Source: The New York Times Why we like it: A great piece of work by Ford in both content and design, leading the way for greener plastics.  Making a stand for a worldwide concern we can no longer ignore.   Notable Mention: 5 best practices for getting mobile users […] Read More

by , August 13, 2015

This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 07/31

Campaign of the Week: CH25 – Cadillac A showcase of creators and innovators from a broad range of disciplines who are currently working to drive the world forward. Source: Cool Hunting Why we like it: A series of quotes and articles about the next generation of innovators with simple but well executed design. A creative way to […] Read More

by , July 30, 2015

This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 07/24

Campaign of the Week: Via an Island of Hope, a New Home – AirBnB Airbnb helps visitors to New York City feel like they belong here, while simultaneously supporting Airbnb hosts and the communities where they live. Source: The New York Times Why we like it: A beautifully executed piece of content by the T Brand Studio that […] Read More

by , July 23, 2015

This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 07/17

Campaign of the Week: Ant-Man News Stories by Marvel Marvel goes native with fake Ant-Man News Stories. Source: YouTube Why we like it: Taking themes from the upcoming Ant-Man movie and turning them into fake news stories has been a very clever tactic for Marvel. Adding native advertising to the release of films we will be seeing more of […] Read More

by , July 16, 2015

This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 07/10

Campaign of the Week: Native ads are replacing banner ads on mobile — and here’s why When was the last time you (purposely) tapped an ad on your phone? Probably never. That is the problem with banner ads. Source: Venture Beat Why we like it: This is native content inception, a great post on why native ads are […] Read More

by , July 9, 2015

This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 07/02

Campaign of the Week: Seagate – Exploring Deep Cyberspace Explore how much data we use over five of the internets largest platforms. Source: The Atlantic Why we like it: A unique interactive native ad from seagate, allowing us to take a look at the activity across different social media platforms. It always makes an interesting user […] Read More

by , July 1, 2015

This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 06/25

Campaign of the Week: Dodge Ram Trucks – Under the Hood of Country Music  Add a little rock to your country ride! Why we like it: A unique collection of images and videos of country music and trucks. Likening the Ram Trucks to a classic pair of cowboy boots – a country staple, where every boot […] Read More

by , June 25, 2015

This Week in Native Ads, Uncategorized

This Week in Native Ads 06/19

Campaign of the Week: These are the tools you should be using to book travel Technology has radically altered the landscape of travel planning in recent years, creating a profusion of websites, apps, and devices designed to book trips better—making it significantly more difficult to cut through the noise in the process. The solution is a […] Read More

by , June 18, 2015