This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 4/20

  It’s Friday!   Hello from the Southern Hemisphere, I’m presently editing on my Friday night, this week's edition is less campaigns and more deeper reads.   BTW, we continuously update all campaigns of the week here, the same with datapoints of note -> and if you’d like to submit your work, Gustaf has tee’d […] Read More

by , April 20, 2018


On Earth Day, Consumers Spend 89% Longer on Articles

  Earth Day is the world’s largest environmental movement and brands have been showing their support over the past few years.   In this piece, we look at some of our favorite environment-based campaigns.   We also share insights, backed by Nudge data, on the best performing content formats, which distribution channels to back, and […] Read More

by , April 18, 2018

This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 4/13

  It’s Friday!   Last night we hosted our second content dinner of the year. Thank you to all who came along.   With a content studio bias in attendance, some observations;   Everyone has a content studio at this point. Cheaper ‘viral’ sites can be distracting advertisers from real value. Brands aren’t adopting long […] Read More

by , April 13, 2018


How to squeeze more juice from the lemon

A post on maximizing every dollar of your content investments Nothing irritates me more than wasting time or money. Hence – Nudge. In 2017 Nudge measured 1000+ campaigns, each involving a different brand and content creator, which gives us a unique view into what delivers results and what does not. These are some tactics informed […] Read More

by , April 11, 2018

This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 4/6

I’m back from a brief break.   The Facebook narrative has continued (with not much really changing – just more of the same). Following Firefox’s cue, we have paused our Facebook ads – and actually been delighted with the performance on alternatives (Twitter/Google). I’m sure plenty of marketers are doing this right now.   Also, […] Read More

by , April 6, 2018