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103 Native Advertising Tools to Explore in 2018

We’ve compiled a comprehensive list of all the native advertising tools out there. This list is useful for agencies, brands and publishers. We’ve broken them down in to four categories. Content – Content Creation – Content Recommendation – Content Marketing & Amplification Platforms – Native Ad Platforms – Mobile Native Advertising – Native Ops – Native Video – Native Advertising DSPS – Native Content Publishers… Continue reading

Amanda-Anna-Caroline
Amanda-Anna-Caroline
January 28, 2016

This Week in Native Ads 01/29

Campaigns of the Week: Discover the Hidden Beauty of New York with Paul Jung Source: Design Milk Why we like it: In this piece of content brought to you by Range Rover and Design Milk, New York based photographer Paul Jing takes you on a trip around his favorite city. Showing angles and views sometimes hidden from the untrained eye. The piece is presented as both a video and an article, allowing the… Continue reading

Ben Young
Ben Young
January 28, 2016

South Park reflects on the digital generation to date – what is really happening in the world of sponsored content?

You might not know this, but a few months ago South Park decided to release a couple of episodes about the digital era of marketing, including pop-ups ads, sponsored content and native ads. The episodes got a lot of exposure and publishers such as Business Insider, Adweek and Techtimes wrote about it on their sites. Maybe, being aired in November 2015, they were just right in time considering what’s happening on the digital landscape right… Continue reading

Therese Bengtsson
Therese Bengtsson
January 28, 2016

3 Tips to Improve your Native Content

I was reviewing a bunch of Nudge campaigns this morning – and wanted to share three quick things that can be done to improve. Headlines Headlines Headlines Headlines need to be punchy, that doesn’t mean short but a bit more direct in what the user is going to get. Content Length Don’t be afraid to make the content longer, not beefing it up with fluff but just sharing more of the story. There is a strong correlation between increased content length… Continue reading

Ben Young
Ben Young
January 28, 2016

This Week in Native Ads 01/22

Campaigns of the Week: The Ultimate Guide to Cognac Source: Thrillist Why we like it: Cocktail recipes, history and cognac 101 – this sponsored article brings you everything you need to know about this french-originated brandy. This piece is featured in Thrillist and presented by cognac brand RĂ©my Martin. It’s smartly divided into three different sections with click-through links for further readings. It includes beautiful imagery and recipes that… Continue reading

Ben Young
Ben Young
January 21, 2016

Sponsored Content Examples

There’s a lot of sponsored content circling the web today, and here are some of my favorite examples of sponsored content and why I like them. For the latest visit The Best Native of 2021. See also Branded Content Examples. Mouth-watering reasons to visit Adelaide An article written with wit and compelling description invites you into this urban paradise Adelaide in southern Australia. Well-written… Continue reading

Therese Bengtsson
Therese Bengtsson
January 19, 2016

How to spot sponsored content

They key to identifying sponsored content, is looking for the disclosure. Under FTC guidelines, sponsored content has to be obviously disclosed and identified by a reasonable person. In the header, you are looking for a logo or a paid for by. Pre-click, on a feed, near the headline should be a brand logo. If you haven’t found these, it’s not likely to be sponsored content. Why is disclosure important? It’s important that consumers know when something is an advertisement, also… Continue reading

Ben Young
Ben Young
January 18, 2016

Definition of Native Content

What is the definition of native content? Definition: A piece of content that has been commissioned or paid to be placed on an external website with the view that the content fits and the form and function of where it exists. Sponsored content is a term often used for native content How does it relate to native advertising? Native content is a type of native advertising. The criteria making it native is that: It is designed to fit in with the publisher… Continue reading

Ben Young
Ben Young
January 18, 2016

Programmatic vs Native Advertising

What is the difference between programmatic and native advertising?  Programmatic advertising is the buying of advertising through online software. Native advertising, is simply a new form of digital advertising. Some of the placements are non-programmatic, whilst the industry has been building the infrastructure, however the goal of all native is to be programmatic. So, there is no difference, programmatic is a way to buy ads, and native is a kind of advertising. And that’s what people refer to when they… Continue reading

Ben Young
Ben Young
January 18, 2016

Native Advertising vs Banner Ads

The big question, what is the difference between native advertising and banner ads?  Native advertising is an evolution of the banner ad, as the internet has changed to feeds of information and news, ads to get attention have had to change. i.e. think about how Facebook organizes stories for you. This has changed how we browse the internet, we tend to go to a destination, then open lots of links from there. On the measurement side this has meant metrics… Continue reading

Ben Young
Ben Young
January 18, 2016